DIPP RELEASES A DISCUSSION PAPER ON SEPs

The ICT space has managed to garner a lot of heat in the recent past. After the release of CRI guidelines which has created a furore amongst the stakeholders, the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP) has published a discussion paper on “Standard Essential Patents, and their availability on FRAND terms” on March 1,2016.

The idea behind the paper is claimed to build a suitable policy framework to define the obligations of SEP patent holders and their licensees.

The DIPP invites views from the concerned stakeholders regarding the following issues for resolution and the last date to respond to it March 31, 2016. A digest on this paper, our observations and comments shall follow very soon.

Stay tuned for further updates on this section.

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