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Current antitrust problems in acquiring and licensing patents, trademarks and technology

Current antitrust problems in acquiring and licensing patents, trademarks and technology

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Published by Practising Law Institute in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Patent licenses -- United States.,
  • Trademark licenses -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJerrold G. Van Cise, chairman.
    SeriesCorporate law and practice course handbook series -- no. 29.
    ContributionsVan Cise, Jerrold G., Practising Law Institute.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14508355M

    In Quanta Computer, LG owned certain patents, and licensed the technology to Intel for use in microprocessors and chipsets, subject to a stipulation that no license was granted to any third-party chip purchasers using the Intel products in combination with non-Intel components. Quanta built computers that employed Intel chips with non-Intel.   Antitrust, Standard Development, and Essential Patent Licensing: The Antitrust Division Returns to Sound Enforcement Principles standards will delay or refuse to pay for patented technology.

    Maximize intellectual property rights and minimize antitrust risks with the Third Edition of IP and Antitrust: An Analysis of Antitrust Principles Applied to Intellectual Property intellectual property licensing agreements are generally pro-competitive, antitrust issues can arise.   Trademark rights under common law arise primarily through the use of a mark in commerce in connection with goods or services. Trademark rights and legal presumptions secured through trademark registration are generally given a priority date, once secured, as of the date the trademark registration application was filed.

      FTC V. Qualcomm: The Balance Between Patents And Antitrust By Derek Dahlgren and Spencer Johnson Aug , PM EDT Law, New York (Aug , PM EDT)   The issues surrounding standards and the licensing of IP are really global problems. Most of firms are operating globally and many of the SSOs are global organizations: consumers naturally want their coffee shop connection to Wi-Fi to be guaranteed to work wherever they are in the world. “Standard-Essential Patents: The Question of FRAND.


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Series Title: Corporate law and practice course handbook series, no. Responsibility: Jerrold G. Van Cise, chairman. Get this from a library. Current antitrust problems in acquiring and licensing patents, trademarks and technology, II.

[Jerrold G Van Cise; Practising Law Institute.;]. Thus, the Court hardly paused over the fact that, but for the Line/Southern cross-licensing arrangement, the blocking positions of the relevant patents made it impossible for "the public or the patentees [to] obtain the full benefit of the efficiency and economy of the inventions" or that the patents cross-licensed by Line and Southern were.

Cross-licensing • Cross-licensing is often done to efficiently enable both parties to compete free from fear of litigation. This is very procompetitive. • Serious problems arise if cross-licenses are used as a guise for price fixing or market allocation.

– E.g., Summit-VISXFile Size: 1MB. Patent and Antitrust: Differing Shades of Meaning. Robin Feldman. The relationship between patent law and antitrust law has Current antitrust problems in acquiring and licensing patents legal minds since the emergence of antitrust law in the late 19th century.

In reductionist form, the two concepts pose a natural contradiction: One encourages monopoly while the other restricts Size: KB. the antitrust tectonic plate was dominant, when patents and patent licensing practices – mostly of a vertical nature – were viewed with anti-competitive suspicion.

It was the era of the “Nine No-Nos,” articulated by the Antitrust Division in Over time, these per se illegal prohibitions succumbed to the free market thinking of. Antitrust And Intellectual Property Law. Although many attorneys now recognize the commonality of purpose between the antitrust and intellectual property laws, such commonality has not always been fully recognized.

Earlier in this century, courts and enforcement agencies often regarded the two bodies of law as having an adversarial relationship.

Avoiding the Antitrust Traps in Licensing Intellectual Property Ma A Mayer Brown Webinar Mayer Brown is a global legal services organization comprising legal practices that are separate entities ("Mayer Brown Practices").File Size: 1MB.

and cases 6, 10, 11, and 12 in Part II of the U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Enforcement Guidelines for International Operations. * These Guidelines would replace the “Antitrust Guidelines for the Licensing of Intellectual Property” issued on April 6,by the U.S.

Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission. power in the antitrust context; and (c) the Agencies recognize that intellectual property licensing allows firms to combine complementary factors of production and is generally procompetitive.

10 Federal law creates a private cause of action for the misappropriation of trade secrets. The Role of Antitrust in an Age of Technology, 9 CARDOzO L. REV. () (noting the importance of having intellectual property and antitrust laws that work together to promote invention, innovation, and the survival of the United States' high-technology market share in anCited by: 2.

Patent Reexamination: A process conducted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on a patent that already has been issued in order to verify the claims and scope of the patent. A patent.

Written by an expert in intellectual property law, this is the first book to address the full range of legal protections available-patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, and licensing-with innovative information you won't find elsewhere, including: € Legal landmines every successful entrepreneur must avoid/5(32).

The book discusses how antitrust policy and patent and copyright laws interact to create market dynamics that affect both competition and innovation. Antitrust and intellectual property policies for the most part are complementary, sharing common goals of promoting innovation and economic welfare.

Companies licensing patents in the cloud should be aware that certain licensing practices in the cloud might have anti-competitive effects that could trigger antitrust concerns.

This article reviews, at a high level, whether the nature of cloud computing raises special antitrust risks, and if so, when a company should consider further review of.

Licensing-in of patents, as discussed previously, is the process of obtaining a license for incorporating a desired technology into one o r more of the company’s products. T hereAuthor: Aynampudi Subbarao.

By Luke MacDowall. The case of American Needle, Inc. NFL, presently before the Supreme Court, primarily challenges the use of centralized licensing agreements under antitrust law, but it also raise important questions about the function of trademark law as means to protect consumers.

The move to centralized licensing agreements between sports leagues and the. Antitrust, Standard Development, and Essential Patent Licensing: The Antitrust Division Returns to Sound Enforcement Principles.

Nov On NovemMakan Delrahim, Assistant Attorney General for the Antitrust Division at the Department of Justice, delivered a speech announcing that DOJ would realign its policy and enforcement priorities in the areas of. In Pandora Media, Inc.

American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers, an antitrust case currently pending in federal court in New York, the streaming company is suing ASCAP and some of the major record labels for “withdrawing” their content from the ASCAP joint licensing venture, thus forcing individualized negotiations.

However, the antitrust laws constrain the use of property, including intellectual property, by a firm with market power and may place limitations on the licensing of intellectual property.

Jeffrey M Butler Kenyon & Kenyon. There is a superficial tension between US IP legislation and US antitrust laws. For example, while US patent law grants exclusive rights for a prescribed period of time (ie, a monopoly of a sort), the antitrust laws are intended to prevent and break up monopolies (at least those that have been created or maintained unlawfully).Start studying Microeconomics - Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

President Xi Jinping is in the midst of an effort to strengthen laws on patents, copyrights and trademarks, giving fledgling firms in China new sources of revenue and prestige.