Digging Deeper: Supplemental Reading

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Douglas Ginsburg, Joshua Wright, Bruce Kobayashi, Koren Wong-Ervin, Oct 14, 2015

For those interested in digging deeper into the subject, we’re providing links below to four comments made to Canada, Japan, China, and Korea regarding their respective approaches to Intellectual Property. The first two papers on Canada and Japan were written by the two authors of of our first article in this issue, former FTC Commissioner Joshua Wright and Judge Douglas Ginsburg. For the third article (China) the authors were joined by Bruce Kobayashi, and for the fourth article (Korea) they were joined by both Bruce Kobayashi and Koren W. Wong-Ervin.

 

COMMENT OF U.S. FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSIONER JOSHUA D. WRIGHT AND JUDGE DOUGLAS H. GINSBURG ON THE CANADIAN COMPETITION BUREAU’S DRAFT UPDATED INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ENFORCEMENT GUIDELINES

 

COMMENT OF UNITED STATES FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSIONER JOSHUA D. WRIGHT AND JUDGE DOUGLAS H. GINSBURG ON THE JAPAN FAIR TRADE COMMISSION’S DRAFT PARTIAL AMENDMENT TO THE GUIDELINES FOR THE USE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY UNDER THE ANTIMONOPOLY ACT

 

COMMENT ON THE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND REFORM COMMISSION’S QUESTIONNAIRE ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MISUSE ANTITRUST GUIDELINES

 

COMMENT OF THE GLOBAL ANTITRUST INSTITUTE, GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, ON THE KOREA FAIR TRADE COMMISSION’S REVISED REVIEW GUIDELINES ON UNFAIR EXERCISE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

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