Brian J. Love

Books

Patent Remedies and Complex Products. edited by C. Bradford Biddle, Jorge L. Contreras, Brian J. Love, and Norman V. Siebrasse. Cambridge University Press (2019)

Chapters

U.S. Patent Sales by Universities and Research Institutes with others. in Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer. Jacob H. Rooksby ed. Edward Elgar Publishing (forthcoming 2020)

Patent Duration in Research Handbook on the Economics of Intellectual Property Law (Vol. II -- Analytical Methods) . edited by Peter S. Menell & David L. Schwartz. Edward Elgar Publishing (2019)

Patent Assertion Entities in Europe with Helmers, Gaessler, and Ernicke in Patent Assertion Entities and Competition Policy. Sokol, editor. Cambridge University Press (2017) | Link to Digital Commons

Articles

The Determinants of Patent Quality: Evidence from Inter Partes Review Proceedings, with Shawn P. Miller and Shawn Ambwani, 90 University of Colorado Law Review 67 (2019)

Who Needs a Copyright Small Claims Court? Evidence from the U.K.'s IP Enterprise Court, with Christian Helmers, Yassine Lefouili, and Luke McDonagh, 2018 Berkeley Technology Law Journal Commentaries (January 10, 2018)

An Empirical Look at the 'Brokered' Market for Patents, with Kent Richardson, Erik Oliver and Michael Costa, 83 Missouri Law Review 359 (2017)

Litigation of Standards-Essential Patents in Europe: A Comparative Analysis, with Contreras, Gaessler, and Helmers, 32 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1457 (2017)

Predictably Expensive: A Critical Look at Patent Litigation in the Eastern District of Texas, with James Yoon , 20 Stanford Technology Law Review 1 (2017)

To Improve Patent Quality, Let's Use Fees to Weed Out Weak Patents, 2016 Berkeley Technology Law Journal Commentaries (March, 12, 2016) | Link to Digital Commons

Patent Litigation in China: Protecting Rights or the Local Economy?, with Helmers, Gaessler, and Ernicke, 18 Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law 713 (2016)

Inter Partes Review as a Shield for Technology Purchasers: A Response to Gaia Bernstein's 'The Rise of the End-User in Patent Litigation', 56 Boston College Law Review 1075 (2015)

Bad Actors and the Evolution of Patent Law, 101 Virginia Law Review Online 1 (2015)

Inter Partes Review: An Early Look at the Numbers, with Shawn Ambwani, 81 University of Chicago Law Review Dialogue 93 (2014)

Do University Patents Pay Off?: Evidence from a Survey of University Inventors in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, 16 Yale Journal of Law and Technology 285 (2014 ) | Link to Digital Commons

Is There a Patent Troll Problem in the U.K.?, with Helmers & McDonagh, 24 Fordham Intellectual Property Media and Entertainment Law Journal 509-553 (2014) | Link to Digital Commons

Expanding Patent Law’s Customer Suit Exception, with Yoon, 93 Boston University Law Review 1605-1641 (2013) | Link to Full Text

Make the Patent "Polluters" Pay: Using Pigovian Fees to Curb Patent Abuse, with Bessen, 4 California Law Review Circuit 84-91 (2013) | Link to Full Text

An Empirical Study of Patent Litigation Timing: Could a Patent Term Reduction Decimate Trolls Without Harming Innovators?, 161 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1309-1359 (2013)

Best Mode Trade Secrets, with Seaman, 15 Yale Journal of Law and Technology 1-23 (2013) (Reprinted at 45 Intellectual Property Law Review 723-745 (2013)) | Link to Digital Commons

Why Patentable Subject Matter Matters for Software, 81 George Washington Law Review Arguendo 1-11 (2012) (Arguendo is the online companion to the George Washington Law Review) | Link to Digital Commons

Like Deck Chairs on the Titanic: Why Spectrum Reallocation Won't Avert the Coming Data Crunch, with Krogmeier and Love, 89 Washington University Law review 705-719 (2012) | Link to Digital Commons

Interring the Pioneer Invention Doctrine, 90 North Carolina Law Review 379-459 (2012) | Link to Digital Commons

The Misuse of Reasonable Royalty Damages as a Patent Infringement Deterrent, 74 Missouri Law Review 909-949 (2009) | Link to Digital Commons

Patentee Overcompensation and the Entire Market Value Rule, 60 Stanford Law Review 263-294 (2007) | Link to Digital Commons