The document prepared for the European Parliament quotes and has cited couple of publications from JIRICO:Standard Essential Patents and the Internet of ThingsDownload
Bharadwaj, A. and Verma, D. (2018). Failure is Not Falling Down But Refusing to Get Up: Implication of Huawei/ZTE Framework (CJEU 2015) in Europe. J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 17, 326.
Gupta, I., Vishwas, H., Jain, D. A. and Shrivastavam V. (2018). Evolving Huawei Framework: SEPs and Grant of Injunctions. In Bharadwaj A., Devaiah V., & Gupta I. (eds) Multi-dimensional Approaches Towards New Technology. Springer, Singapore.
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