The US DoJ issues statement as regards the closing of an investigation into the use of a portfolio of standards-essential patents on the pursuit of obtaining exclusion orders from the U.S. ITC relating to certain iPhone and iPad models (Samsung)

U.S. DOJ closes its investigation of Samsung’s use of its SEPs* On February 7, 2014 the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) issued a statement declaring that it closed its investigation into Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.’s (“Samsung”) use of its Standards-Essential Patent (“SEP”) portfolio to license industry participants to exclude certain iPhone and iPad models from

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Nicole Daniel, The US DoJ issues statement as regards the closing of an investigation into the use of a portfolio of standards-essential patents on the pursuit of obtaining exclusion orders from the U.S. ITC relating to certain iPhone and iPad models (Samsung), 7 February 2014, e-Competitions Telecom & Dominance, Art. N° 64810

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