Patents Are Property: A Fundamental But Important ConceptSuffolk University Law School Faculty Publications
Comments4 J. of Bus. & Tech. Law 87 (2009).
AbstractPatents have historically been viewed as property and patent owners have traditionally been entitled to property remedies for patent infringement. This essay argues that a shift to liability remedies in lieu of property remedies for patent infringement is unjustified despite the 2006 Supreme Court decision in eBay v. MercExchange.
Date of Authorship for this Version2-1-2009
Citation InformationAndrew Beckerman Rodau. "Patents Are Property: A Fundamental But Important Concept" (2009)
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