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Indirect Exploitation of Intellectual Property Rights By Corporations and Investors

Indirect Exploitation of Intellectual Property Rights By Corporations and Investors

Competitive pressures and rent-seeking behaviors have motivated companies and investors to develop indirect techniques for beneficially exploiting third-party intellectual property rights (IPRs) that qualitatively depart from the direct exploitation tools honed during the past thirty years of the … Read More

Competitive pressures and rent-seeking behaviors have motivated companies and investors to develop indirect techniques for beneficially exploiting third-party intellectual property rights (IPRs) that qualitatively depart from the direct exploitation tools honed during the past thirty years of the … Read more

Practical Considerations In The Indirect Deployment Of Intellectual Property Rights By Corporations And Investors

Practical Considerations In The Indirect Deployment Of Intellectual Property Rights By Corporations And Investors

  Competitive pressures and rent-seeking behaviors have motivated companies  and investors to develop indirect techniques for beneficially exploiting third-party intellectual property rights (IPRs) that qualitatively depart from the direct exploitation tools honed during the past thirty years … Read More

  Competitive pressures and rent-seeking behaviors have motivated companies  and investors to develop indirect techniques for beneficially exploiting third-party intellectual property rights (IPRs) that qualitatively depart from the direct exploitation tools honed during the past thirty years … Read more

Bitcoin: An Innovative Alternative Digital Currency

Bitcoin: An Innovative Alternative Digital Currency

Bitcoin is a digital, decentralized, partially anonymous currency, not backed by any government or other legal entity, and not redeemable for gold or other commodity. It relies on peer-to-peer networking and cryptography to maintain its integrity. Compared to most currencies or online payment … Read More

Bitcoin is a digital, decentralized, partially anonymous currency, not backed by any government or other legal entity, and not redeemable for gold or other commodity. It relies on peer-to-peer networking and cryptography to maintain its integrity. Compared to most currencies or online payment … Read more

Beyond Confusion – Survey Evidence of Consumer Demand and the Entire Market Value Rule

Beyond Confusion – Survey Evidence of Consumer Demand and the Entire Market Value Rule

The doctrine of apportionment serves to limit recovery for patent infringement to the economic value contributed by the infringed patent. However, the entire market value rule allows plaintiffs to base their recovery on the entire value of a product, if an infringing feature of the product is the … Read More

The doctrine of apportionment serves to limit recovery for patent infringement to the economic value contributed by the infringed patent. However, the entire market value rule allows plaintiffs to base their recovery on the entire value of a product, if an infringing feature of the product is the … Read more

Customers, Co-workers and Competition: Employee Covenants in California after Edwards v. Arthur Andersen

Customers, Co-workers and Competition: Employee Covenants in California after Edwards v. Arthur Andersen

California law is well settled that most contractual provisions prohibiting competing with or soliciting customers of a former employer are unenforceable under California Business and Professions Code 16600, unless the activity involves misappropriation of trade secrets or confidential information. … Read More

California law is well settled that most contractual provisions prohibiting competing with or soliciting customers of a former employer are unenforceable under California Business and Professions Code 16600, unless the activity involves misappropriation of trade secrets or confidential information. … Read more

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