An article co-authored by Jay Jurata and Emily Luken of Orrick’s Antitrust and Competition practice group is the winner of Concurrences 2022 Antitrust Writing Awards Readers’ Choice Award in Intellectual Property Academic Articles.
First published in San Diego Law Review, their article, “Glory Days: Do the Anticompetitive Risks of Standards-Essential Patent Pools Outweigh their Procompetitive Benefits,” offers a new perspective in assessing the competition risks and benefits of using patent pools to resolve SEP licensing issues.
The Antitrust Writing Awards highlight a broad range of contributions from lawyers and scholars on competition law. Over 350 articles were submitted for nomination in 2022, and the Reader’s Choice award is given to the academic and business articles with the most reader votes. Congratulations to the winners!