The Conference on Patent Damages, Part I
Thank you to all who attended Part 1 of the Conference on Patent Damages at The University of Texas School of Law. This conference was generously supported by a fund at the University of Texas School of Law created through a gift from Intel Corporation. Part 2 of the conference was held on February 17 & 18, 2017.
Papers from the conference will appear in either The Review of Litigation or the Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal. Papers from Part 1 of the conference can be accessed electronically below.
Versions of the papers that are still in draft form are indicated below. This page will be updated as final versions of each paper are completed.
Date: June 9 & 10, 2016
John M. Golden
Articles for The Review of Litigation
Erik Hovenkamp & Jonathan Masur
Reliable Problems from Unreliable Patent Damages
John M. Golden & Karen Sandrik
A Restitution Perspective on Reasonable Royalties
Jason Bartlett & Jorge Contreras
Rationalizing FRAND Royalties: Can Interpleader Save the Internet of Things?
Amy L. Landers
U.S. Patent Extraterritoriality within the International Context
W. Keith Robinson
Patent Assertion Entities, Reasonable Royalties, and a Restitution Perspective
Enhanced Damages for Patent Infringement: A Normative Approach
Douglas A. Cawley & Lindsay Leavitt
The Federal Circuit Disavows Mandatory Smallest Salable Patent-Practicing Unit "Rule"
Articles for Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal
Patent Damages Heuristics (Draft)
Reconceptualizing Patent "Comparables" (Draft)
Stuart Graham, Peter Menell, Carl Shapiro, & Tim Simcoe
Final Report of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology Patent Damages Workshop (Draft)
Allocating Patent Litigation Risk across the Supply Chain (Draft)
Patent Damages Without Borders
Innovation Factors for Reasonable Royalties (Draft)
Erik Hovenkamp and Jonathan Masur
Buying Monopoly: Antitrust Limits on Damages for Externally Acquired Patents (Draft)
Gatekeeping Trends in Reasonable Royalty Cases (Draft)