MRLC Co-organized the Power-nation Intellectual Property Expert Lecture Phrase III
On the afternoon of July 28th, 2015, the
Power-nation Expert Lecture Phrase III was successfully completed in Renmin
University. This lecture was hosted by Beijing Power-nation Intellectual
Property Institute, and co-organized by China-Korea Market & Regulation Law
Center. Associate Professor Meng Yanbei of Renmin Law School hosted this
lecture. In the meanwhile, almost 300 persons from the industry circles,
academic circles and professional circles attended the lecture.
The senior partner of Finnegan Henderson Mr.
Yao Keshi introduced the newest cases and trend in the US, and introduced
emphatically the licensee’s practice and trend based on the FRAND principle.
Besides, he especially introduced the contract-based benefited third party’s
defense situations, reasons and the court’s standpoint.
Doctor Bi Chunli from China Academy of
Telecommunication gave a detailed introduction of Huawei v. IDC Case. She
introduced Huawei, IDC and the practice and attitude of the courts of first
instance and second instance. Finally, the meeting further discussed the
standard essential patent rate.
Chief Inspector Qu Xiaoyang of Siemens intellectual
property department, Chief Inspector Wang Bin of Huawei Company, Vice president
Guo He of Renmin Law School and President Yang Xuri of Power-nation
Intellectual Property Research Institute made wonderful comments.
The participants in the meeting shared their
experience and exchanged opinions, which created quite active atmosphere. In
this meeting, members attending the meeting preliminarily reached consensus on
some basic issues. Moreover, their discussion pointed out the legal practice of
standard essential patent in our country.
The standard essential patent is an important
bonding point of industry and patent, meanwhile, it’s also the major policy and
industry rule of ICT industry. In recent years, with the appearance of cases
like Huawei v. IDC and Qualcomm anti-monopoly cases, the courts in our country
gradually involved in the issue of standard patent disposal (FRAND), and it
becomes a significant event for China’s industrial circle and judicial