A Patent Doctrine’s Effect on Innovation and Competition: New Book from Patent Expert at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago

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Professor Daryl Lim will host a book signing Feb. 20 at John Marshall.

Professor Daryl Lim will host a book signing Feb. 20 at John Marshall.

Anticompetitive concerns continue to plague industries including cable, smartphones, pharma and biotech. Amid those concerns, a new book by Professor Daryl Lim of The John Marshall Law School sheds fresh light on the role of “patent misuse” in innovation and competition.

“Both innovation and competition take place in increasingly complex environments where a clear understanding of where illegality ends and legitimate corporate strategy begins is critical,” Lim said. “But this has been very difficult to define operationally.”

The book – written for experts but accessible to laypersons – provides a combination of empirical, doctrinal and policy perspectives not often found in legal scholarship.

Professor Lim will be signing copies of his book, “Patent Misuse and Antitrust Law: Empirical, Doctrinal and Policy Perspectives,” and will be available to discuss current antitrust issues in the news.

EVENT DETAILS:

Who: Antitrust Professor Daryl Lim, Book Signing, The John Marshall Law School
What: “Patent Misuse and Antitrust Law: Empirical, Doctrinal and Policy Perspectives”
Where: John Marshall, 315 S. Plymouth Court, Chicago, IL 60604
When: 4:30 – 6 p.m., Feb. 20
Go to http://events.jmls.edu/registration/node/489 to register. For more information, please contact Christine Kraly at ckraly(at)jmls(dot)edu.

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