The US DoJ announces that a proposed patent-pooling platform dedicated to 5G cellular technology standards for use in the automotive industry is unlikely to harm competition (Avanci)

DOJ Antitrust Division Approval of Pooling of “Essential” Standards Will Help Speed Integration of 5G Technology Into New Vehicles* The US Department of Justice (DOJ) Antitrust Division recently announced that it has concluded that a proposed patent-pooling platform dedicated to “essential” 5G cellular technology standards for use in the automotive industry was unlikely to harm competition. The decision comes after an eight-month review at the request of platform owner Avanci LLC under the DOJ’s business review process, which allows companies to pre-clear proposed

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Alison Eggers, The US DoJ announces that a proposed patent-pooling platform dedicated to 5G cellular technology standards for use in the automotive industry is unlikely to harm competition (Avanci), 28 July 2020, e-Competitions July 2020, Art. N° 99247

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