I'll probably have something of my own pretty soon, but in the meantime here are some commentaries on the U.K. Supreme Court's decision last week in Unwired Planet v. Huawei:
1. Jonathan Browning & Susan Decker, Huawei Loses U.K. Top Court Ruling Over Global Patent Rates, Bloomberg, Aug. 26.
2. Jorge Contreras, The UK Supreme Court’s Re-interpretation of FRAND in Unwired Planet v. Huawei, Patently-O, Aug. 27.
3. BREAKING: UKSC upholds decision in Unwired Planet, confirms English courts have jurisdiction to set global FRAND rates (and much more), IPKat, Aug. 26.
4. Bonnie Eslinger, English Courts Can Set Global SEPs Rates, Top Court Rules, Law360, Aug. 26.
5. Roya Ghafele, Is the new world order of the English Supreme Court sustainable?, IPKat, Aug. 28.
6. Mathieu Klos, UK Supreme Court sets new standards in global FRAND litigation, JUVE Patent, Aug. 26.
7. Alex Latham & Andrew Bowler, Open for Business: UK Supreme Court has final say on SEP licensing, Kluwer Patent Blog, Aug. 28.
8. Florian Mueller, BREAKING: UK Supreme Court upholds lower courts' decisions in Unwired Planet favoring standard-essential patent holders, FOSS Patents, Aug. 26.
Meanwhile, on August 25, Erik Puknys and Michelle Rice published a piece about the German Federal Supreme Court's decision in Sisvel v. Haier, titled German FRAND Decision May Shape Global SEP Landscape, Law360, Aug. 25. And Enrico Bonadio and Dr. Luke McDonagh published a piece about the Mannheim District Court's Nokia v. Daimler decision, titled The Mannheim Regional Court refuses CJEU reference in Nokia v Daimler – time for the Commission to investigate?, Kluwer Patent Blog, Aug. 31.