Antitrust Law and Intellectual Property Rights: Cases and by Christopher R. Leslie

By Christopher R. Leslie

In Antitrust legislation and highbrow estate Rights: situations and Materials, Christopher R. Leslie describes how patents, copyrights, and logos confer exclusionary rights on their vendors, and the way corporations occasionally workout this exclusionary strength in ways in which exceed the valid bounds in their highbrow estate rights. Leslie explains that whereas great highbrow estate legislation defines the scope of the exclusionary rights, antitrust legislation usually offers crucial effects while vendors of highbrow estate misuse their rights in a manner that harms shoppers or illegitimately excludes opponents. Antitrust legislations defines the bounds of what highbrow homeowners can do with their IP rights. during this booklet, Leslie explores what behavior organisations can and can't interact in whereas buying and exploiting their highbrow estate rights, and surveys these facets of antitrust legislations which are helpful for either antitrust practitioners and highbrow estate legal professionals to appreciate. This publication is perfect for a complicated antitrust path in a JD application. as well as development on easy antitrust strategies, it fills in a spot that's frequently lacking in uncomplicated antitrust classes but severe for an highbrow estate legal professional: the intersection of highbrow estate and antitrust legislations. the connection among highbrow estate and antitrust is very important as more and more legislations colleges provide specializations and LLMs in highbrow estate. This publication additionally presents significant fabric for either undergraduate and graduate enterprise faculties courses since it explains how antitrust legislations limits the marshalling of highbrow estate rights.

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