The EU Commission publishes a decision finding that request and enforcement of an injunction before a German court regarding a smartphone standard essential patent constituted an abuse of dominant position (Motorola Mobility)

Motorola Mobility won’t appeal the European Commission’s decision on patent licensing* Motorola Mobility (Motorola) has decided not to appeal the European Commission’s decision holding that it was abusing the way it licensed standard essential patents for mobile-phone standards. The Commission had investigated technology companies since it was concerned that

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Nicole Daniel, The EU Commission publishes a decision finding that request and enforcement of an injunction before a German court regarding a smartphone standard essential patent constituted an abuse of dominant position (Motorola Mobility), 9 July 2014, e-Competitions Bulletin IT & Dominance, Art. N° 68270

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