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Patent Nonuse and Technology Suppression: The Use of Compulsory Licensing to Promote Progress

University of Pennsylvania Law Review

June 2018
Reprinted with permission and copyrighted by the University of Pennsylvania Law Review.

Morrison & Foerster associate Neil S. Tyler argues that utilizing compulsory licensing to combat patent nonuse and technology suppression can help to better achieve the primary goal of the Intellectual Property Clause of the U.S. Constitution in his comment for the University of Pennsylvania Law Review titled “Patent Nonuse and Technology Suppression: The Use of Compulsory Licensing to Promote Progress.”

 Neil S. Tyler, Patent Nonuse and Technology Suppression: The Use of Compulsory Licensing to Promote Progress, 162 U. PA. L. REV. 451 (2014)

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