Unverified Theory Continues to Inform FTC’s Policies Toward Patent Owners

The Federal Trade Commission’s unfair competition case against Qualcomm, Inc., has now concluded. The parties gave their closing arguments on Tuesday, January 29, and all that remains is Judge Lucy Koh’s ruling. To prevail, the FTC needed to demonstrate actual, quantifiable harm. It completely failed to do so. The FTC’s complaint charged Qualcomm with using … Continue reading “Unverified Theory Continues to Inform FTC’s Policies Toward Patent Owners”

A New Librarian of Congress and a New Copyright Office

By Sandra Aistars With the Senate considering the confirmation of Dr. Carla Hayden as the next Librarian of Congress, I have joined thirteen other intellectual property law professors in an Open Letter suggesting that her confirmation should serve as an important reminder that the U.S. Copyright Office, a department within the Library of Congress, needs … Continue reading “A New Librarian of Congress and a New Copyright Office”