After providing a legal characterization of the open patenting phenomenon and discussing many of the empirical and theoretical experiences that relate to both Open Innovation and defensive patenting, this paper suggests standardized terms and conditions that a patent license should contain in order to foster both the free movement of patented knowledge and its business applications.
Maggiolino, Mariateresa; Montagnani, Maria Lillà.
Standardized Terms and Conditions For Open Patenting.
Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology.
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