Forty-Fifth Selected Bibliography on Computers, Technology, and the Law

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Forty-Fifth Selected Bibliography on Computers, Technology, and the Law


7.1 Patent

7.1.0 General

Alexa L. Ashworth, Race You to the Patent Office! How the New Patent Reform Act Will Affect Technology Transfer at Universities, 23 ALB. L.J. SCI. & TECH. 383 (2013).

T. Leigh Anenson & Gideon Mark, Inequitable Conduct in Retrospective: Understanding Unclean Hands in Patent Remedies, 62 AM. U. L. REV. 1441 (2013).

Sandy Azer, A Three-Tiered Public Policy Approach to Copyright Misuse in the Context of Tying Arrangements, 82 FORDHAM L. REV. 81 (2013).

Josh Baskin, Competitive Regulation of Mobile Software Systems: Promoting Innovation through Reform of Antitrust and Patent Laws, 64 HASTINGS L.J. 1727 (2013).

Melissa Black, Innovation and Consumers as Casualties of War in Global Technology Patent Battles, 22 TRANSNAT'L. & CONTEMP. PROBS. 181 (2013).

Daniel Harris Brean, Asserting Patents to Combat Infringement via 3D Printing: It's No "Use", 23 FORDHAM INTELL. PROP. MEDIA & ENT. L.J. 771 (2013).

Tom Brody, Negative Limitations in Patent Claims, 41 AM. L. ASS'N Q. J. 29 (2013).

Thomas P. Brown and Samuel C. Zun, Cascades Computer Innovation, LLC v. RPX Corporation--Can't we at Least Agree that There's No Per Se Claim Here?, 28 ANTITRUST MAG., Summer 2013, at 36.

Josh Calabro, Robert H. Fischer, & Douglas Sharrott, CLS Bank v. Alice Corporation: En Banc Federal Circuit Finds Financial Services Patents Invalid Under 35 U.S.C. [section]101 As Patent Ineligible, 25 INTELL. PROP. & TECH. L. J. 24 (2013).

Joseph S. Classe, Genes and the Supremes: Will the Supreme Court Uphold Patents for Isolated Gene Sequences?, 45 TEX. TECH. L. REV. 533 (2013).

Jorge L. Contreras, Fixing FRAND: A Pseduo-Pool Approach to Standards-Based Patent Licensing, 79 ANTITRUST L. J. 47 (2013).

Peter J. Corcoran, III, Strategies to Save Resources and Reduce E-Discovery Costs in Patent Litigation, 21 TEX. INTELL. PROP. L.J. 103 (2013).

Carlos M. Correa, Innovation and Technology Transfer of Environmentally Sound Technologies: The Need to Engage in a Substantive Debate, 22 REV. EUR. COMP. & INT'L ENVTL. L. 54 (2013).

Vianney Dequiedt & Bruno Versaevel, Patent Pools and Dynamic R&D Incentives, 36 INT'L REV. L. & ECON. 59 (2013).

Aaron Edlin, et al, Activating Actavis, 28 ANTITRUST MAG., Fall 2013, at 16-23.

Kevin Emerson Collins, Patent Law's Functionality Malfunction and the Problem of Overbroad, Functional Software Patents, 90 WASH. U. L. REV. 1399 (2013).

Amanda Frye, "Inextricably Commingled": A Restitution Perspective in Patent Remedies, 26 HARV. J.L. & TECH. 669 (2013).

John M. Golden, Patent Privateers: Private Enforcement's Historical Survivors, 26 HARV. J.L. & TECH. 545 (2013).

John M. Golden, The USPTO's Soft Power: Who Needs Chevron Deference?, 66 SMU L. REV. 541 (2013).

Leon B Greenfield et al., SEP Enforcement Disputes Beyond the Water's Edge: A Survey of Recent Non-U.S. Decisions, 28 ANTITRUST MAG., Summer 2013, at 50-56.

James A. Gromada, Special Considerations for Protecting Business Method Inventions via Patents, 25 INTELL. PROP. &TECH.L.J. 7(2013).

John D. Harkrider, Seeing the Forest Through the SEPs, 28 ANTITRUST MAG., Summer 2013, at 22-29.

Joseph Kattan, FRAND Wars and Section 2, 28 ANTITRUST MAG., Summer 2013, at 30-35.

William O. Kerr & Cleve B. Tyler, Measuring Reverse Payments in the Wake of Actavis, 28 ANTITRUST MAG., Fall 2013, at 29-35.

Amy Kapczynski & Talha Syed, The Continuum of Excludability and the Limits of Patents, 122 YALE L.J. 1900 (2013).

Kirti Gupta, The Patent Policy Debate in the High-Tech World, 9 J. COMP. L. & ECON. 827 (2013).

Mark A. Lemley, et al., Rush to Judgment: Trial Length and Outcomes in Patent Cases, 41 AM. INTELL. PROP. L. ASS'N 169 (2013).

Michael A Lindsay, Standards, Antitrust, FRAND Royalties, Injunctions and Free Speech: An Introduction, 28 ANTITRUST Mag. …

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