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IP Literature Watch: September 2022

September 28, 2022
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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 software mistakes wherein bugs in the patent system keep expired patents alive; a paper investigating characteristics of patents involved in infringement lawsuits in weak intellectual property rights regimes; a study highlighting Australia’s and the United States’ relative strengths and weaknesses in innovation; an article exploring the often-unrecognized costs of publishing unexamined patent applications and proposing solutions that balance the benefits of early notice with the costs of patent system uncertainty; and a paper studying the impact of climate-related patent approvals on financial markets.

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