This monograph deals with some of the problems under U.S. antitrust law that may be encountered in international patent and know-how licencing.Where, however, each cross-license contains territorial restrictions, some commentators have suggested that it could be inferred that ... This view also appears to have been adopted in the Cartel Cases, each of which involved reciprocal licensing restraints. ... without mutuality, it would be difficult to show that a territorial restraint was part of a market division scheme. ... to the licensora#39;s technology a a consideration that would make the restraint ancillary to the transfer of the technology.
|Title||:||U.S. antitrust law in international patent and know-how licensing|
|Author||:||American Bar Association. International Patent and Know-how Licensing Task Force|
|Publisher||:||Amer Bar Assn - 1981-06|