Conversant's London SEP suit underlines Europe’s growing appeal for FRAND licensing disputes 28 Jul 17
The growing status of London’s High Court as a venue of choice for licensing disputes involving standard essential patents (SEPs) was reinforced this week when Conversant filed a lawsuit against ZTE and Huawei, accusing the Chinese telecoms giants of patent infringement (you can see Conversant’s statement announcing the case here).
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