Monday, January 29, 2018

Papers from the June 2016 Patent Damages Conference at the University of Texas

The Review of Litigation (TROL) has published seven of the papers presented at this conference back in June 2016.  The remaining eight papers (including one of mine) will be published in the Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal (TIPLJ) and should be out soon.  In the meantime, all fifteen papers, published and not-yet-officially-published, are available on TROL's website.  Below is a comprehensive list:
Foreword:  Patent Damages: Working With Limits (John M. Golden)
Reliable Problems from Unreliable Patent Damages (Erik Hovenkamp and Jonathan Masur)
A Restitution Perspective on Reasonable Royalties (John M. Golden and Karen Sandrik)
Rationalizing FRAND Royalties: Can Interpleader Save the Internet of Things? (Jason Bartlett and Jorge Contreras)
U.S. Patent Extraterritoriality within the International Context (Amy L. Landers)
Patent Assertion Entities, Reasonable Royalties, and a Restitution Perspective (W. Keith Robinson)
Enhanced Damages for Patent Infringement: A Normative Approach (Keith Hylton)
The Federal Circuit Disavows Mandatory Smallest Salable Patent-Practicing Unit "Rule" (Douglas A. Cawley and Lindsay Leavitt)
Patent Damages Heuristics (Thomas Cotter)
Reconceptualizing Patent "Comparables" (Colleen Chien)
Final Report of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology Patent Damages Workshop (Stuart Graham, Peter Menell, Carl Shapiro, and Tim Simcoe)
Allocating Patent Litigation Risk Across the Supply Chain (Michael Meurer)
Patent Damages Without Borders (Sapna Kumar)
Innovation Factors for Reasonable Royalties (Ted Sichelman)
Buying Monopoly: Antitrust Limits on Damages for Externally Acquired Patents (Erik Hovenkamp and Herbert Hovenkamp)
Gatekeeping Trends in Reasonable Royalty Cases (Andrew Amerson)

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