Do firms that earn revenues from licensing their patent portfolios, rather than producing physical products, frustrate or facilitate innovation? In this month’s issue of IP Literature Watch, we also include a paper on Justice Gorsuch’s impact on patent law and on the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, and the potential effects his opinions will have on future rulings. Additionally, a recent paper explores the issue around the lack of protection for culturally significant symbols and artistic works through global copyright and trademark laws.
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IP Literature Watch: September 2022
Among the pieces featured in this month’s IP Literature Watch are a paper discussing the licensing of 5G SEPs by automotive manufacturers; an essay exposing...