Patent Remedies and Complex Products: Toward a Global Consensus
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Through a collaboration among twenty legal scholars from eleven countries in North America, Europe and Asia, Patent Remedies and Complex Products presents an international consensus on the use of patent remedies for complex products such as smartphones, computer networks and the Internet of Things. It covers the application of both monetary remedies like reasonable royalties, lost profits, and enhanced damages, as well as injunctive relief. Readers will also learn about the effect of competition laws and agreements to license standards-essential patents on terms that are 'fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory' (FRAND) on patent remedies. Where national values and policy make consensus difficult, contributors discuss the nature and direction of further research required to resolve disagreements.
Cambridge University Press
Intellectual Property Law | International Business
Biddle, C. Bradford; Contreras, Jorge L.; Love, Brian J.; and Siebrasse, Norman V., "Patent Remedies and Complex Products: Toward a Global Consensus" (2019). Faculty Book Gallery. 450.