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The Huawei Case and Its Aftermath: a New Test for a New Type of Abuse
Yearbook of Antitrust and Regulatory Studies
Competition law sets limits on the exercise of intellectual property rights by dominant companies, namely in cases involving standard essential patents (SEPs). This article will examine the framework for SEP owners' right to seek an injunction, discussing competitive problems that such situations may cause as well as the solutions adopted by the European Institutions, comparing them with the US and Japanese approach, and finally reflecting upon the opportunity for a new test for a new type ofdoi:10.7172/1689-9024.yars.2017.10.16.1 fatcat:svsv2g22zbauzhvcvv2qv2mfi4