I just received word that Patent Remedies and Complex Products: Toward a Global Consensus (Brad Biddle, Jorge L. Contreras, Brian J. Love & Norman V. Siebrasse eds., Cambridge Univ. Press 2019), is now available in print. I understand that the book also will available on an open-access basis shortly. Here is CUP's webpage for the book, and here is Amazon.com's.
As I have mentioned before on this blog (see, e.g., here), the book is the work of the International Patent Remedies for Complex Products project, of which I was fortunate to be a part. (INPRECOMP began as a joint venture between the Center for Law, Science and Innovation (CLSI) at Arizona State University's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law and the Dickson Poon School of Law at King's College London, and is primarily funded by a gift to CLSI from Intel.) It was a terrific experience working with the editors and other scholars involved in this project, and I hope that the book will achieve a wide readership not only among academics but also among lawyers, judges, and other professionals involved in the global patent system. Reviews would be most welcome!
Here is the table of contents:
Foreword by the Honorable Kathleen M. O'Malley
1. Reasonable royalties. Thomas F. Cotter, John M. Golden, Oskar Liivak, Brian J. Love, Norman V. Siebrasse, Masabumi Suzuki and David O. Taylor
2. Lost profits and disgorgement. Christopher B. Seaman, Thomas F. Cotter, Brian J. Love, Norman Siebrasse and Masabumi Suzuki
3. Enhanced damages, litigation cost recovery, and interest. Colleen V. Chien, Jorge L. Contreras, Thomas F. Cotter, Brian J. Love, Christopher B. Seaman and Norman V. Siebrasse
4. Injunctive relief. Norman V. Siebrasse, Rafal Sikorski, Jorge L. Contreras, Thomas F. Cotter, John M. Golden, Sang Jo Jong, Brian J. Love and David O. Taylor
5. The effect of FRAND commitments on patent remedies. Jorge L. Contreras, Thomas F. Cotter, Sang Jo Jong, Brian J. Love, Nicolas Petit, Peter Picht, Norman V. Siebrasse, Rafal Sikorski, Masabumi Suzuki and Jacques de Werra
6. The effect of competition law on patent remedies. Alison Jones and Renato Nazzini
7. Holdup, holdout, and royalty stacking: a review of literature. Norman V. Siebrasse
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