Liège University (Liège)

Iris Demoulin

Liège University (Liège), Matray Matray Hallet (Liège)
Lawyer (Associate)

Iris Demoulin is an assistant at the University of Liège and a lawyer at the Matray Matray & Hallet office in Liège, where she specializes in the management of arbitration litigation. She obtained an LL.M. at the King’s College of London.

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Liège University (Liège)
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Articles

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Iris Demoulin 100.FRAND terms : The Advocate General Wathelet considers that the ownership of a standard-essential patent leads to a rebuttable presumption of dominant position, and that introducing an action for infringement against an infringer willing to negotiate a licensing agreement can be regarded as an abuse of dominance (Huawei Technologies/ZTA)

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According to Advocate General Wathelet, ownership of an essential patent gives rise to a simple presumption of the existence of a dominant position which can be rebutted by concrete and detailed evidence (paragraph 58). In the present case, Advocate General Wathelet proposes that the Court (...)

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