A world gone FRAND

In October 2018, a UK appellate court upheld an order for Huawei to accept a global patent licence from Unwired Planet based on fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) rates that the court itself had determined – or face an injunction to prevent the device maker from infringing two of the portfolio company’s UK patents. Tom Madge-Wyld digests the extraterritorial implications of that decision.

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