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Título: Standard essential patents and court injunctions in the high tech sector under EU law after Huawei
Autor(es): John Temple Lang
Resumo: When 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
Publicado em: In: ERA Forum. - Trier. - V. 16, n.º 4 (dezembro 2015), p. 585-608
Assuntos: Direito da concorrência | Empresa | Segurança | Patente | Injunção
Veja também: Lang, John Temple
Localização: PP.249 (CEJ)

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Título: Implications of the European Community's Environment Policy for Turkey
Autor(es): John Temple Lang
Publicado em: In: "European Law Review", London, A. 13, (6), December 1988, p. 403-410.
Assuntos: Política do ambiente | Comunidade Europeia | Turquia | Poluição | Direito do ambiente
Veja também: Lang, John Temple
Localização: PP.56 (CEJ)

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Título: European competition law and intellectual property rights : a new analysis
Autor(es): John Temple Lang
Resumo: The article examines the controversial relationship between EU competition law and intellectual property. The analysis is carried out through a synthesis of the case law, taking into due consideration that the law has developed piecemeal without any explicit framework or general principle, and that the Court has never expleined the principles comprehensively. More specifically the article concerns the issue of compulsory licensing of intellectual property rights as a remedy to an "aditional abusive condut", ex Article 102 TFEU, and difficult application of that remedy in some specific cases. The conclusion is that, in a case in which a complainant seeks a compulsory licence of an intellectual property right, is needs first to prove that some identifiable abuse has been committed, to show that harm to consumers has been caused, and then to show that a compulsory licence is the appropriate remedy for that abuse. This interpretation seems essential if the case law is to be understood in a consistent and rational way.
Publicado em: In: ERA Forum. - Trier : ERA, [2000]- . - V. 11, Nº 3 (Nov. 2010), p. 411-437
Assuntos: Direitos de autor | Propriedade intelectual
Veja também: Lang, John Temple
Localização: PP.249 (CEJ)