Kamil Kiljański

Kamil Kiljański is currently (acting) director for investment and head of the IPR unit at Directorate General for Single Market and Industry (DG GROW). Prior to this posting, he headed the units in charge of space data and international relations at Directorate General for Space and Defence (DG DEFIS), served as the Chief Economist at DG GROW and worked on regulatory matters in intellectual property and financial services at the (then) DG MARKT. Kamil began his career at the Commission in 2004 at the then newly established Chief Economist Team of DG Competition.

Summary of article: “AI for Patent and Essentiality Review” by Katie Atkinson & Danushka Bollegala

An important step in the process of developing novel standards for Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) is to determine whether a patent held by a company is, or might be, required in order to practice the concepts of a given ICT standard. Patented inventions that prove necessary for the practice
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International Pro-Competition Regulation of Digital Platforms: Healthy Experimentation or Dangerous Fragmentation?

Amelia Fletcher, Norwich Business School, and Centre for Competition Policy, University of East Anglia. The increasing dominance of a small number of ‘big tech’ companies across a range of critical online markets has led to growing calls for the adoption of regulation to promote competition and ensure that market power
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China’s Practice of Anti-Suit Injunctions in SEP Litigation: Transplant or False Friend?

In 2020, China abruptly became the largest grantor of anti-suit injunctions (ASIs), which are court orders that prevent the opposing party from beginning or continuing a proceeding in another jurisdiction. China’s use of ASIs, which were used to address patent litigation initiated in a foreign country, was explicitly supported by
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