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OPPO's complaint against Sisvel for SEP abuse returned to lower Chinese court ​

By MLex Staff
  • 26 Mar 2021 02:22
  • 28 Mar 2021 23:17
An abuse case involving standard essential patents, or SEPs, between OPPO, one of China’s largest mobile phone makers, and patent-pool Sisvel, has been thrown back to the Guangzhou Intellectual Property Court, according to a jurisdictional ruling by China’s top court.

China's IP Tribunal at the Supreme Court upheld the decision by the Guangzhou

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