Global Perspectives on Patent Law’s Private Ordering Frontier
Edited by Jorge L. Contreras and Meredith Jacob
Chapter 19: Overcoming information asymmetry in patent pledge records
There are several informational shortcomings in the way patent pledges are currently made. The default method for pledging, which usually involves a press release, is suboptimal in distributing the underlying open access contained in these pledges. This chapter discusses why proper information structuring is the key to unlocking the private ordering frontier for technology transfer. It then explores current research into new patent information technology systems that could aid in multi-party communications.
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