Oracle lawyer E. Joshua Rosenkranz wields a new metaphor as computer code copyright fight goes before the Federal Circuit
Originally Published: The Recorder
...are generally adopted by industries participating in a corresponding standard-setting organization (SSO). SSOs may deem a member's patent "essential" to an...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...products are compatible. In practice, companies routinely stand accused of abusing the SSO process to drive up the value of their products and IP. Such...
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