The National Productivity and Innovation Act and Related Legislation: Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Ninety-eighth Congress, First and Second Sessions, on S. 1841 ... and on S. 568, S. 737, S. 1383, June 29, October 26, 1983; and March 12, 1984
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1984 - 344 lappuses
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90. lappuse - SEC. 306. (a) Except as provided in subsection (b), no criminal or civil action may be brought under the antitrust laws against a person to whom a certificate of review is issued which is based on conduct which is specified in, and complies...
178. lappuse - No patent owner otherwise entitled to relief for infringement or contributory infringement of a patent shall be denied relief or deemed guilty of misuse or illegal extension of the patent right by reason of his having done one or more of the following...
12. lappuse - SRC's activities on behalf of the 1C industry of joint research and development were for the first time clearly articulated: Joint research and development, as our foreign competitors have learned, can be procompetitive. It can reduce duplication, promote the efficient use of scarce technical personnel, and help to achieve desirable economies of scale. ... [W]e must ensure to our US industries the same economic opportunities as our competitors, to engage in joint research and development, if...
301. lappuse - Industrial advance may indeed be in inverse proportion to economic power; for creativity in business as in other areas, is best nourished by multiple centers of activity, each following its unique pattern and developing its own esprit de corps to respond to the challenge of competition. The dominance of any one enterprise inevitably unduly accentuates that enterprise's experience and views as to what is possible, practical, and desirable with respect to technological development, research, relations...
171. lappuse - October 11, 1984: to promote research and development, encourage innovation, stimulate trade, and make necessary and appropriate modifications in the operation of the antitrust laws.
131. lappuse - ... disclosure of the information to be necessary in connection with making the determination, (E) in accordance with any requirement imposed by a statute of the United States, or (F) in accordance with any rule or regulation promulgated under section 310 permitting the disclosure of the information to an agency of the United States or of a State on the condition that the agency will disclose the information only under the circumstances specified in subparagraphs (A) through (E).
301. lappuse - Sullivan, Monopolization: Corporate Strategy, The IBM Cases, and the Transformation of the Law, 60 Tex.
301. lappuse - Compo is limited to the simpler cement process machines, too much reliance should not be placed on this comparison. Nonetheless, one point is worth recalling. Compo's inventors first found practical ways to introduce the cement process which United had considered and rejected. This experience illustrates the familiar truth that one of the dangers of extraordinary experience is that those who have it may fall into grooves created by their own expertness. They refuse to believe that hurdles which they...
221. lappuse - ... from individual use licenses. The blanket license is composed of the individual compositions plus the aggregating service. Here, the whole is truly greater than the sum of its parts; it is, to some extent, a different product. The blanket license has certain unique characteristics: It allows the licensee immediate use of covered compositions, without the delay of prior individual negotiations and great flexibility in the choice of musical material.
83. lappuse - For example, firms have difficulty retaining the benefits of research that are the product of multifirm collaboration; prospective "safe-harbor" rulings are not readily available; and there is a general uncertainty regarding what corporate actions may elicit legal actions on the basis of antitrust legislation. Because of this uncertainty, management cites antitrust policy as creating excessive risk for a range of activities that may benefit innovation and trade, such as pooling research efforts,...