Monthly Archives: March 2018


Our observations on IPR pricing

In our previous blog we dealt with “IPR made easy” and argued that standardizers don’t have to consider IPR as a difficult topic when they involve the proper functions within their company. One reason why people are uncomfortable with IPR is because of the legal aspects (incomprehensible jargon, sanctions on violations), which we discussed in the previous blog. Another is the uncertainty about the cost of the license fees in case of a RAND or similar clause in the membership agreement. In this article therefore we look at what may be considered “reasonable” from a variety of angles. Is it [...]

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