Study: Anti-competitive problems may result from patent pools

05/10/2013 | National Law Journal (free registration), The

Patent pools may cause problems in the marketplace, according to David Balto, a former Federal Trade Commission official who recently released a study on the topic. "While patent pools may generate some efficiencies and benefits, they may also cause anticompetitive effects like price fixing, collusion and thwarting innovation," Balto said.

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