Accidental infringement of patent rights is a pervasive and growing problem in the Information Age. As IP rights proliferate and expand in scope, it is becoming increasingly easy for companies and individuals to inadvertently infringe patents. In this edition of IP Literature Watch, we question the normative desirability of strict liability in patent infringement cases. We also delve into American and Chinese perspectives on IP in today’s Information Age.
Additionally, we include a paper that proposes a substantive re-think of the modern patent system and explore challenges around implementing change.
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IP Literature Watch: January 2021
In this issue of IP Literature Watch we include a paper that explores how the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act has become a favorite legal tool for dominant firms...