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IP Literature Watch: December 2020

December 21, 2020
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Topics in this issue of IP Literature Watch include a paper on how Chinese courts have signaled a new willingness to vie for jurisdictional authority in global battles over standard-essential patents and FRAND licensing. Another paper argues that the value of standard-essential patents should be independent of the level of licensing in the value chain.

In the area of copyright law, we include an article that asserts the high social utility of music therapy coupled with the high transaction costs to license various uses of music, justify a carve out under copyright law.

To read more about these topics and other recent publications concerning intellectual property issues around the world, download the PDF.

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