Nokia placing transparent bet on German injunction gap with non-standard-essential WiFi patent against OPPO in Mannheim

Tomorrow (Tuesday, May 31) the Mannheim Regional Court’s Second Civil Chamber (Presiding Judge: Dr. Holger Kircher) will hold its second Nokia v. OPPO trial. As I already reported last summer, the patent-in-suit in case no. 2 O 73/21 is EP1704731 on a “method and apparatus for indicating service set identifiers to probe for.” I was clear all along that it’s a WiFi patent. What I have meanwhile researched is that this patent hasn’t been declared essential to WiFi (IEEE 802.11).On the first of this month I expressed skepticism regarding the impact of the new Art. 83 of the German Patent…

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