Differential Pricing Terms: Economic Insights and Recent Legal Developments From Around the World
12 PM EST
Several foreign jurisdictions have recently proposed standards for evaluating differential pricing and other terms focusing on factors such as "fairness" or "inequality" without requiring evidence of harm to the competitive process or to consumers. At the same time, there has been considerable debate on whether charging different royalty rates for standard-essential patents violates the nondiscriminatory prong of FRAND. Join our panelists of current and former enforcers, economists, and attorneys for a discussion of these recent developments and the relevant empirical and theoretical research.
Moderator: Jonathan Gleklen, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
Bernardine Adkins, Gowling WLG
Dr. Jay Ezrielev, Federal Trade Commission
Koren Wong-Ervin, Qualcomm Incorporated
Xin (Roger) Zhang, Tencent
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