David Reichenberg was quoted in The San Diego Union-Tribune discussing Qualcomm's appeal of last year's verdict that it violated anti-monopoly laws. David explained how the panel seemed to wrestle with whether Qualcomm should be punished for its uncommon business model of licensing patents and selling chips in the mobile market. “They want to avoid a world of a standard-less standard for anti-competitive conduct.” David said. “They were really searching for that authority, and I think one of the reasons that people were up in arms about this case in general was the question of what are you basing this on? What line of cases? What theory of harm?"
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