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Josh Lerner

Standard-Essential Patents

By: Josh Lerner and Jean Tirole | March 13, 2014

This paper proposes a solution to the problem of inefficient license pricing for patents included in standards.

Mark Lemley

A Simple Approach to Setting Reasonable Royalties for Standard-Essential Patents

By: Mark Lemley and Carl Shapiro | November 04, 2013

This article suggests binding arbitration as a way to resolve disputes arising within standard-setting organizations.

Peter Swire

Why the Right to Data Portability Likely Reduces Consumer Welfare: Antitrust and Privacy Critique

By: Peter Swire and Yianni Lagos | May 30, 2013

This article analyzes the potential weaknesses of the European Union’s potential new right to data portability.

Mark Schankerman

Trading and Enforcing Patent Rights

By: Alberto Galasso , Carlos J. Serrano and Mark Schankerman | January 22, 2013

We study how the market for innovation affects enforcement of patent rights.

Economic Impact of Cloud Computing on Business Creation, Employment and Output in Europe, The

By: Federico Etro | April 30, 2009

This paper examines the expected benefits of the development of cloud computing in Europe.

Rebecca S. Eisenberg

Story of Diamond v. Chakrabarty, The: Technological Change and the Subject Matter Boundaries of the Patent System

By: Rebecca S. Eisenberg

This chapter explains how the courts came to decide that living things could be patented.

Helen Nissenbaum

An Analysis of Google Log Retention Policies

By: Helen Nissenbaum and Vincent Toubiana

Web search data stored by Google is not sufficiently anonymized and could be used by third parties.

Tim Wu

Network Neutrality, Broadband Discrimination

By: Tim Wu | June 04, 2003

This paper looks at ideas to support open access to the Internet, including net neutrality rules.

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Empirical Studies of IP Protection for Software

How do technology companies actually use intellectual property? This is the final report in a 7-part series of posts from The 20th Annual BCLT/BTLJ Symposium.

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