The Berkeley Technology Law Journal is a student-run publication of the UC Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall) focused on intellectual property, high-tech, and biotech. It is published four times a year. BTLJ strives to keep judges, policymakers, practitioners, and the academic community abreast of this dynamic field.
Current Issue: Volume 32 (Issue 4)
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WHY INCENTIVES FOR “PATENT HOLDOUT”
THREATEN TO DISMANTLE FRAND, AND WHY IT
Richard A. Epstein and Kayvan B. Noroozi
THE SMALLEST SALABLE PATENT-PRACTICING UNIT: OBSERVATIONS ON ITS ORIGINS, DEVELOPMENT, AND FUTURE
David Kappos and (The Honorable) Paul R. Michel
LITIGATION OF STANDARDS-ESSENTIAL PATENTS IN EUROPE: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
Jorge L. Contreras, Fabian Gaessler, Christian Helmers, and Brian J. Love
IS THERE AN ANTICOMMONS TRAGEDY IN THE WORLD SMARTPHONE INDUSTRY?
Alexander Galetovic, Stephen Haber, and Lew Zaretzki