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200 1 ^aStandard essential patents and court injunctions in the high tech sector under EU law after Huawei ^fJohn Temple Lang
330   ^aWhen companies agree on a standard, they agree to licence patents that are essential for that standard on “fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory” (FRAND) terms. This is an obligation under competition law, to ensure that the agreement is lawful. The obligation means that a patent owner must offer FRAND terms, and may not seek an injunction against a user that is willing to accept FRAND terms, if necessary as decided by the court or an arbitrator. The article discusses the obligations of both parties, and the procedures for dealing with them in the light of the Huawei judgment
461  1^tERA Forum^cTrier^vV. 16, n.º 4 (dezembro 2015)^pp. 585-608
606   ^aDireito da concorrência
606   ^aEmpresa
606   ^aSegurança
606   ^aPatente
606   ^aInjunção
700  1^aLang,^bJohn Temple
801   ^aPT^bCEJ^c20130103
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