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2019年5月2日

Transceiver – Spring 2019

Welcome to the Spring edition of Transceiver, the newsletter from Taylor Wessing focusing on key issues and developments regarding standards and patents for businesses operating in the technology and communications sectors.

In this edition of Transceiver, we take an in-depth look at the ongoing TQ Delta v ZyXEL saga, including observations on the March judgement and lessons to be learnt from ZyXEL's "hold-out" strategy.

Elsewhere, a recent case indicates that German courts grant patentees significant discretion in setting royalty rates and selecting the licensing arrangement and we provide insight into statistical trends in Dutch patent cases.

We hope you will find our newsletter interesting and helpful. If you would like to discuss or learn more about any of the topics we have covered, or have any feedback on this edition, please contact one of the team.

In this issue you will find:


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