Now showing items 21-24 of 24

    • Solving the Patent Settlement Puzzle 

      Elhauge, Einer Richard; Krueger, Alex (The University of Texas, 2012)
      Courts and commentators are sharply divided about how to assess reverse payment patent settlements under antitrust law. The essential problem is that a PTO-issued patent provides only a probabilistic indication that ...
    • Treating RAND Commitments Neutrally 

      Elhauge, Einer Richard (Oxford University Press, 2015)
      This Article argues that the same legal standards should apply to RAND commitments whether they are made to standard-setting organizations or not. The arguments for concluding that RAND commitments should limit injunctive ...
    • The Welfare Effects of Metering Ties 

      Elhauge, Einer Richard; Nalebuff, Barry J. (2015)
      Critics of current tying doctrine argue that metering ties can increase consumer welfare and total welfare without increasing output and that they generally increase both welfare measures. Contrary to those claims, we prove ...
    • Why the Google Books Settlement is Procompetitive 

      Elhauge, Einer Richard (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2010)
      Although the Google Books Settlement has been criticized as anticompetitive, I conclude that this critique is mistaken. For out-of-copyright books, the settlement procompetitively expands output by clarifying which books ...