Appendix D - Hearing Transcripts

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APPENDIX D

HEARINGS TRANSCRIPTS

Competition and Intellectual Property Law and Policy in the Knowledge-Based Economy
February 6 - November 6, 2002

Primary source: http://www.ftc.gov/opp/intellect/index.htm

February 6, 2002
Welcome and Overview of Hearings

February 8, 2002
Patent Law for Antitrust Lawyers (Morning Session)
Antitrust Law for Patent Lawyers (Afternoon Session)

February 20, 2002
Intellectual Property and Innovation (Morning Session)
Competition and Innovation (Afternoon Session)

February 25, 2002
Economic Perspectives on Intellectual Property, Competition, and Innovation

February 26, 2002
Economic Perspectives on Intellectual Property, Competition, and Innovation (Morning Session)
Business Perspectives on Patents: Biotech and Pharmaceuticals (Afternoon Session)

February 27, 2002
Business Perspectives on Patents: Software and the Internet (Morning Session)
Diverse Perspectives on Patents (Afternoon Session)

February 28, 2002
Independent Inventor Perspective on Patents (Morning Session)
Economic and Other Perspectives on Patent Standards and Procedures (Morning Session)
Business Perspectives on Patents: Hardware and Semiconductors (Afternoon Session)

March 19, 2002
Diverse Perspectives on Patents (Morning Session)
Business Perspectives on Patents: Biotech and Pharmaceuticals (Afternoon Session)

March 20, 2002
Business Perspectives on Patents: Hardware and Semiconductors (Morning Session)
Business Perspectives on Patents: Software and the Internet (Afternoon Session)

April 9, 2002
Cross-Industry Perspectives on Patents

April 10, 2002
Substantive Standards of Patentability (Morning Session)
Patenting Procedures, Presumptions, and Uncertainties (Afternoon Session)

April 11, 2002
Patentable Subject Matter ­ Business Method and Software Patents (Morning Session)
Patent Criteria and Procedures ­ International Comparisons (Afternoon Session)

April 17, 2002
Patent Pools and Cross-Licensing: When Do They Promote or Harm Competition?

April 18, 2002
Intellectual Property Strategies in Standards Activities (Morning Session)
Licensing Terms in Standards Activities (Afternoon Session)

May 1, 2002
The Strategic Use of Licensing: Is There Cause for Concern About Unilateral Refusals to Deal?

May 2, 2002
A Competition View of Patent Settlements: Introductory Presentations (Morning Session)
A Competition View of Patent Settlements: Panel Discussion (Afternoon Session)

May 14, 2002
Antitrust Analysis of Specific Intellectual Property Licensing Practices: Bundling, Grantbacks and Temporal Extensions (Morning Session)
Practical Issues Encountered in Antitrust Analysis of Licensing Practices: The Problem of Dealing with Uncertain or Disputed Patent Rights (Afternoon Session)

May 22, 2002
Refusals to License and Compulsory Licensing in the European Union, Canada, and Australia (Morning Session)
Licensing in the European Union: The Technology Transfer Block Exemption and Agreements that Fall Outside its Scope (Afternoon Session)

May 23, 2002
Asian Perspectives

July 10, 2002
Trends in Federal Circuit Jurisprudence (Morning Session)
Patent Law Analysis in Federal Circuit Jurisprudence (Afternoon Session)

July 11, 2002
Federal Circuit Jurisprudence: Jurisdiction, Choice of Law, and Competition Policy Perspectives

October 25, 2002
Competition, Economic, and Business Perspectives on Patent Quality and Institutional Issues: Competitive Concerns, Prior Art, Post-Grant Review, and Litigation

October 30, 2002
Competition, Economic, and Business Perspectives on Substantive Patent Law Issues: Non- Obviousness and Other Patentability Criteria

November 6, 2002
Standard Setting Organizations: Evaluating the Anticompetitive Risks of Negotiating IP Licensing Terms and Conditions Before a Standard Is Set (Morning Session)
Relationships Among Competitors and Incentives to Compete: Cross-Licensing of Patent Portfolios, Grantbacks, Reach-Through Royalties, and Non-Assertion Clauses (Afternoon Session)

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