US antitrust chief speech “marks a major pro-IP and pro-innovator shift in DOJ policy” 16 Nov 17
In a speech that signalled a new approach inside the US government with regards to the interplay between antitrust and IP, the Department of Justice’s antitrust head Makan Delrahim has called for greater scrutiny of hold-out in licensing negotiations and criticised the current inability of holders of standard essential patents (SEPs) to get injunctions.
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