Stanford University Law School
Paul Brest Hall
Tom McQuail and Roxann E. Henry
Are companies strategically using patents to reduce competition, raise prices, and exclude competitors? Are competition enforcement agencies pushing antitrust too far, inappropriately cutting into legitimate intellectual property rights and reducing incentives to innovate? Is antitrust law deliverer or destroyer?
Join the discussion by attending the biennial ABA Antitrust and Intellectual Property Conference, co-sponsored with the Section of IP Law and Stanford Law School. This one-day conference with multiple panels of industry, government, and academic luminaries will focus on the fundamental questions that continue to arise from the tension between patent monopoly rights and the antitrust law’s protection of competition.
Join Morrison & Foerster antitrust partners Sean Gates, co-chair of the conference and featured speaker, Tom McQuail, panelist, and Roxann Henry, chair of the ABA Antitrust Section, for a full day of key issues and risks related to patent aggregation, standard essential patents, and other issues inherent to the enforcement of intellectual property rights.
For more information and to register, please visit the conference website.
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