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Counter-Ip Conspiracies: Patent Alienability And The Sherman Antitrust Act, Hannibal Travis Apr 2017

Counter-Ip Conspiracies: Patent Alienability And The Sherman Antitrust Act, Hannibal Travis

University of Miami Law Review

Anticompetitive collusion by intellectual property owners frequently triggered antitrust enforcement during the twentieth century. An emerging area of litigation and scholarship, however, involves conspiracies by potential licensees of intellectual property to reduce or eliminate opportunities by a property’s holders to profit from it, or even to recoup their investments in creating and protecting it. The danger is that potential licensees will collude with one another to suppress royalties or sale prices. This Article traces the history of such litigation, provides an overview of the scholarly and theoretical arguments against monopsonistic or oligopsonistic collusion against licensors of intellectual property, and ...


Changing Invention Economics By Encouraging Corporate Inventors To Sell Patents, William A. Drennan Jul 2004

Changing Invention Economics By Encouraging Corporate Inventors To Sell Patents, William A. Drennan

University of Miami Law Review

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Eli Lilly & Co. V. American Cyanamid Co.: A "Patent Case" Of Dangerous Dicta In The Federal Circuit?, Nancy J. Flint Oct 1997

Eli Lilly & Co. V. American Cyanamid Co.: A "Patent Case" Of Dangerous Dicta In The Federal Circuit?, Nancy J. Flint

University of Miami Law Review

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Antitrust Liability Premised, Edward D. Cavanagh Apr 1996

Antitrust Liability Premised, Edward D. Cavanagh

University of Miami Business Law Review

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Product-By-Process Patent Claims: Majority Of The Court Of Appeals For The Federal Circuit Forgets Purpose Of The Patent Act, Mark D. Passler Oct 1994

Product-By-Process Patent Claims: Majority Of The Court Of Appeals For The Federal Circuit Forgets Purpose Of The Patent Act, Mark D. Passler

University of Miami Law Review

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Environmentally Dependent Inventions And The "On Sale" And "Public Use" Bars Of § 102(B): A Proffered Solution To A Statutory Dichotomy, James A. Jorgensen Oct 1994

Environmentally Dependent Inventions And The "On Sale" And "Public Use" Bars Of § 102(B): A Proffered Solution To A Statutory Dichotomy, James A. Jorgensen

University of Miami Law Review

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