By Susan Ning and Hazel Yin

On May 19, 2012, MOFCOM cleared, with conditions, Google’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility ("Motorola"), a USD 12.5 billion deal and the largest ever in Google’s M&A history.  The deal was announced in August 15, 2011 and obtained unconditional approval from the United States’ Department of Justice and the European Commission in February 2012.  This article outlines the major points of MOFCOM’s conditional clearance decision of the Google/Motorola deal  ("Decision").

Continue Reading MOFCOM Cleared Google/Motorola Deal with Conduct Remedies

By Ariel Ye, James Rowland and Richard  Wigley  of King & Wood ‘s Dispute Resolution Group and Intectual Property Group


By asserting rights which Motorola and Nokia Siemens Networks undoubtedly consider legitimate, and relevant to the protection of their interests in the wireless infrastructure market, Huawei has taken a meaningful step towards the successful resolution of its differences with Motorola over the sale of its wireless network assets to one of Huawei’s competitors. If Huawei had not taken this step before the US Federal District Court, then Huawei and Motorola may have spent years in private commercial arbitration of this issue, achieving no meaningful outcome.

Continue Reading Assertion of Huawei’s IP Rights: A lesson for China-outbound Investors

作者:叶渌罗必成韦理察    金杜争议解决组知识产权组



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