May 29, 2017 - 12:00 am
May 30, 2017 - 7:00 am
AddressFEB, 4 rue Ravenstein, 1000 Brussels View map
The LCII, in collaboration with TILEC, organized a 2-days Conference on “Innovation, Research and Competition in the EU: The Future of Open and Collaborative Standard Setting”.
This event was held in Brussels, on 29-30 May 2017.
The event gathered public officials, industry experts, legal practitioners and prominent academics.
A full recap of the conference is available in the LCII Policy Brief 2017/1: LCII/TILEC Conference Report: The Future of Open and Collaborative Standard Setting, by Prof. Bernard VAN BRABANT.
The slides of the speakers are available here-below:
- Justus BARON, The Causal Effect of SEPs on Innovation in Standards
- Ruddi BEKKERS, Discrimination against Foreigners in the Patent System: Evidence from Standard-Essential Patents
- Alfred CHAOUAT, Global Competition Amongst Standard Setting Organizations
- Ian CORDEN, Commercial and economic impact from IPR Policy changes
- Raphael DE CONINCK, Transparency, Predictability, and Efficiency of SSO-based Standardization and SEP Licensing
- Shivaram DEVARAKONDA, Patent Litigation in the Telecommunications Sector
- Joseph FARRELL, Standard-essential patents: private business problem or public policy problem?
- Ashok GANESH, Global Competition Amongst Standard Setting Organizations
- Axel GAUTIER, SSPPU and Component Licensing: Why 1$ is not 1$
- Stephen HABER, The Fallacies of Patent Holdup Theory
- Stephen HABER, What is the question to which rethinking SSO’s is the answer?
- Bowman HEIDEN, Patent Trespass and the Royalty Gap
- Klaus GRABINSKI, Patent Rights and Modern Technology – What is the Deal?
- Agnieszka JANCZUK-GORYWODA, The Evolving Legal Framework for EU endorsed Standards
- Bjorn LUNDQVIST, Big Data and Standard Setting – Big Challenges
- Yann MÉNIÈRE, Global Competition Amongst Standard Setting Organizations
- Nicolas PETIT, FRAND: Rules v Standards
- Florian SCHUETT, Repeated Interaction in Standard Setting
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