* please note the change of venue for this session: The Vernon Harcourt, St Hilda's College

Standard essential patents (SEPs) are encumbered by a FRAND commitment. Does the English Court have jurisdiction to decide upon global FRAND given that foreign patents are part of the analysis?  A discussion on the statement in Unwired Planet v Huawei that only a single FRAND rate exists for a given SEP. Is this correct if basic principles of bargaining theory show that multiple reasonable outcomes will occupy the bargaining range?  A look at how the  legal principles/ methodology for calculating FRAND will be applied in our Courts from here. 
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Each year the OIPRC hosts a number of leading academics from around the world as part of its Invited Speaker Series. These events typically run from 5:15-6:45pm on Thursday evenings at St. Peter’s College; if the venue or time is different, it will be noted on the Events calendar.  The Speaker Series consists of a presentation of about 45 minutes, followed by a Q&A session with the assembled group of academic staff, students (both undergraduate and graduate), researchers, and interested members of the public.  Discussion is informal and includes participants from several disciplines, with a wide range of prior knowledge.

Convenors: Graeme DinwoodieDev Gangjee and Robert Pitkethly

Refreshments and snacks are served at the conclusion of the discussion.  All are welcome.