This chapter, written with Jorge L. Contreras, is included in The Cambridge Handbook of Technical Standardization Law. The authors consider what non-discrimination pledges imply for SDO member conduct. They review the basic variants of such pledges, how they may be informed by broader legal and economic definitions of discrimination, and recent cases and agency guidance interpreting such commitments.
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SEP licensing in the United States: Understanding the impact on US business
US Business Survey On behalf of ACT | The App Association, consultants with Charles River Associates undertook a survey of US businesses that use technical...