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The Hypothetical Negotiation and Reasonable Royalty Damages: The Tail Wagging the Dog

John C. Jarosz
Michael J. Chapman

Reasonable royalty damages are the predominant form of relief awarded in patent infringement cases and, of late, have been a lightning rod for assertions that the patent protection system is out of control. The primary tool used to assess reasonable royalty damages is the hypothetical negotiation construct arising from the seminal Georgia-Pacific Corp. v. United States Plywood Corp. decision in 1970.... Read more about The Hypothetical Negotiation and Reasonable Royalty Damages: The Tail Wagging the Dog

  • August 29, 2013
  • Stan. Tech. L. Rev. 769