When websites communicate copyrighted works to members of the public or use trademarks unlawfully, domestic requirements of equitable relief come into tension with global enforcement cultures. In this month’s edition of IP Literature Watch, we examine the welfare trade-off between patent and antitrust law, as the two can often come into conflict. We also address the role of AI in accelerating disruptive innovation by bringing a data-driven approach to invention and creation.
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License to all or access to all? A law and economics assessment of standard development organizations’ licensing rules
Should FRAND commitments be interpreted to require licensing all comers or could access to standards can be achieved through other, less rigid means?