The freedom to tinker: patent law and experimental use
This article considers the origins and the development of the defence of experimental use in patent law - the 'freedom to tinker'. It explores the impact of such an exemption upon a number of important industries - such as agriculture, biotechnology and pharmaceutical drugs. This article takes a comparative approach in its analysis of patent law and experimental use. It highlights the competing norms, and lack of harmonisation between a number of jurisdictions, including the United States, the...[Show more]
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