Federal antitrust enforcers and the Federal Trade Commission made clear last week they are unlikely to pursue antitrust claims against firms for refusing to license their patents to competitors.
That decision and other conclusions provide new and far-reaching guidance for intellectual property and antitrust attorneys that federal antitrust prosecutors are willing to tread lightly on intellectual property owners when it comes to potential antitrust violations.
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