Japanese patent hunting Chinese mobile phones, Panasonic, IP Bridge, etc. abused intellectual property rights

Recently, the China Mobile Phone Alliance has dealt with the monopoly agreement and abuse of intellectual property rights between Godo Kaisha IP Bridge No. 1 ("IPB") and its parent companies such as Panasonic, Fujitsu, and Hitachi. Initiate a complaint to the competent department for other behaviors.

In the past few years, IPB has successively filed patent infringement lawsuits against major Chinese mobile phone manufacturers in the United States, Germany, and other extraterritorial courts, and applied for injunctions and injunctions. The intention is to force mobile phone manufacturers to accept their unreasonable patent licensing fees based on the risk of banning overseas products.

In recent years, China’s anti-monopoly law enforcement has frequently pointed to relevant monopolistic behaviors. When monopolistic behaviors that abuse market dominance restricts the healthy and orderly development of the industry and harm the interests of Chinese enterprises and consumers, the "Anti-Monopoly Law" has become fair in maintaining the order of competition.

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