[T]he benefit even of limited monopolies is too doubtful to be opposed to that of their general suppression.At the border of intellectual property monopolies and antitrust markets lies a field of dissonance yet to be harmonized by statute or the Supreme Court.
Aaron B. Rabinowitz,
When Does a Patent Right Become an Antitrust Wrong? Antitrust Liability for Refusals to Deal in Patented Goods,
Rich. J.L. & Tech
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