作者

Eelco Bergsma

Counsel

Read More

Dr. Dietrich Kamlah

合伙人

Read More

Michael Washbrook

合伙人

Read More
作者

Eelco Bergsma

Counsel

Read More

Dr. Dietrich Kamlah

合伙人

Read More

Michael Washbrook

合伙人

Read More

2019年12月16日

Transceiver - Winter 2019

Welcome to the Winter 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 Sisvel v Wiko case, which serves as a useful reminder that despite stricter requirements regarding non-discrimination and transparency for SEP holders, injunctions are still available to plaintiffs in SEP cases before German courts. Elsewhere, we examine two recent patent cases that provide interesting lessons for those operating in the Netherlands.

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.

 

Call To Action Arrow Image

Latest insights in your inbox

Subscribe to newsletters on topics relevant to you.

Subscribe
Subscribe

Related Insights

电信

Sisvel v Xiaomi et al – District Court, The Hague

2019年12月16日

作者 Eelco Bergsma

点击此处了解更多
电信

Sisvel v Wiko: Injunction based on a SEP in the Mannheim Regional Court

2019年12月16日

作者 Dr. Dietrich Kamlah

点击此处了解更多

Statistical trends in Dutch patent cases

2019年5月2日

作者 Eelco Bergsma

点击此处了解更多