June 23, 2015

PLSAs, SEPs and PAEs: The Antitrust/IP Acronyms You Should Know and Understand

PLSAs, SEPs and PAEs: The Antitrust/IP Acronyms You Should Know and Understand

June 23, 2015

In this program, a panel of experienced antitrust practitioners from the US, the UK and Canada and a senior official from the Canadian Competition Bureau will discuss how recent and important regulatory and jurisprudential developments, including the draft update to the Canadian Competition Bureau's Intellectual Property Enforcement Guidelines issued on June 9, 2015, the US Supreme Court's decision in FTC v. Actavis and its progeny, and precedent setting decisions from the European courts, affect antitrust counseling and risk assessment in the US, Europe and Canada with regard to "standard setting", the licensing of "standard essential patents", conduct involving "patent assertion entities" and patent litigation settlement agreements.

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