Private Agreements for Coordinating Patent Rights : The Case of Patent Pools

@inproceedings{Gallini2010PrivateAF,
  title={Private Agreements for Coordinating Patent Rights : The Case of Patent Pools},
  author={Nancy Gallini},
  year={2010}
}
  • Nancy Gallini
  • Published 2010
Since 1982, changes in the U.S. patent office, a restructuring of the courts, and an expansion of intellectual property rights to new product areas have made patents easier to acquire and enforce in the United States. An explosion of litigation activity followed these changes, as patent and copyright holders exercised their intellectual property rights… CONTINUE READING