In Kimble v. Marvel, the Supreme Court reaffirmed its oft-criticized holding in Brulotte v. Thys Co. that charging post-expiration patent royalties is per se misuse. In doing so, the Court distinguished between patent and antitrust precedent, holding that interpretations of the Patent Act enjoy a “superpowered form of stare decisis.” Joanna Tsai is a panelist during this webinar.
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When Antitrust's Consumer Welfare Standard And ESG Collide
The consumer welfare standard has been a subject of intense interest and debate recently in the U.S., punctuated by the 19-hour debate session in Congress in...