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Fair, Reasonable, and Non-Discriminatory (FRAND) - International Implications

On 10 May 2018 Thomas Raphael QC will deliver a lecture at the Singapore Law Academy of Law on the current developing international practices on how and where to decide FRAND cases, and consider whether it makes sense. He will address topics such as:

  • Who decides?
  • What should the courts decide on?
  • How should the courts determine who can enforce what obligations, the relief that can be sought for infringements
  • How a FRAND rate is decided – and the implications of these on parties to a FRAND negotiation or deal.
  • How should they shape their remedies?

For more details and how to register please see the attached flyer.

Relevant members: 
SAL LEC - Lecture by Mr Thomas Raphael QC CPD TBC dd 11Apr18.pdf1.08 MB