- Global norms on compulsory licensing
- Country experiences
- Compulsory licensing in the United States
- Compulsory licensing as a remedy to anticompetitive practices
- Compulsory licensing under the Bayh-Dole Act
- Compulsory licensing as a limitation on remedies under 28 USC § 1498
- Compulsory licensing as a limitation on availability of injunctions under eBay doctrine.
- Compulsory licensing of medical patents in Europe
- Compulsory licensing of medical patents in South and Central America and the Carribean
- Compulsory licensing of medical patents in Asia Pacific
- Compulsory licensing of medical patents in Africa
- Compensation/remuneration for non-voluntary use of a patent.
- Compulsory licensing for standards essential patents
- Compulsory licensing for other specific topics
We have a few past surveys of compulsory licensing here.
- 2014:1 KEI Research Note: Recent European Union Compulsory Licenses. March 1, 2014
- 2014:2 KEI Research Note: Recent United States Compulsory Licenses. March 7, 2014
- 2007:2 KEI Research Note: James Love. Recent examples of the use of compulsory licenses on patents.
This is one of the WTO’s FAQs on compulsory licensing: TRIPS AND HEALTH: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS. Compulsory licensing of pharmaceuticals and TRIPS. September 2006.
There is also the still informative CPTech page on this, here: http://www.cptech.org/ip/health/cl/
We will be adding some earlier papers on compulsory licensing, like this one.
2001: Compulsory Licensing: Models For State Practice In Developing Countries, Access to Medicine and Compliance with the WTO TRIPS Accord, Prepared for the United Nations Development Programme. January 21, 2001.