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Letter from the Editor – Fall 2013

The CPI Autumn 2013 issue features contributions from some of the participants to two roundtables on the intersection between intellectual property and antitrust that...

Patently Obvious: Why Seeking Injunctions on Standard-Essential Patents Subject to a...

Greg Sivinski, Oct 15, 2013 Technical standards are a necessary exception to a competitive marketplace based upon feature differentiation, but they pose risks because of...

Turning the Page: The Next Chapter of Disputes Involving Standard-Essential Patents

Jay Jurata, David Smith, Oct 15, 2013 A technology company is on the verge of introducing a cutting-edge device that builds on a widely adopted...

Canadian Perspectives on Competition Law and Reverse Payments Following FTC v....

David Rosner, Navin Joneja, Joshua Krane, Sep 30, 2013 The Canadian Competition Bureau, pharmaceutical companies operating in Canada, and Canadian lawyers have been following the...

Achieving the Most Effective Outside Counsel and Client Relationship for Both...

Michael McFalls, Apr 29, 2013 Transactional work can provide outside antitrust counsel immense opportunities to create, cement, and expand relationships with in-house counsel. For IP-intensive...

Patent Assertion Entities: Six Actions the Antitrust Agencies Can Take

Jan 29, 2013 One of the most pressing issues confronting antitrust in 2013 (and beyond) involves patent assertion entities ("PAEs"), previously known as patent trolls....

Competition Advocacy at the Federal Trade Commission: Recent Developments Build on...

Tara Isa Koslov, Aug 14, 2012 Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act broadly empowers the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC" or "Commission") to prevent...

“Potential” Downstream Markets in European Antitrust Law: A Concept in Need...

John Temple Lang, Dec 22, 2011 Under European Union competition law, a dominant company has a duty to provide important inputs to its competitors. The...

The New EU Competition Rules for the Assessment of Horizontal Agreements,...

Paul Lugard, Feb 18, 2011 Following a consultation process of more than two years, the European Commission has now adopted its Guidelines on the applicability...

The New EU Competition Rules for the Assessment of Horizontal Agreements

Paul Lugard, Feb 18, 2011 Following a consultation process of more than two years, the European Commission has now adopted its Guidelines on the applicability...
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