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Patents
11.
Antitrust
11.1
Are there any limits on patent protection due to antitrust laws?
 
Taiwan
Yes. Under Article 87 of the Patent Law, where a patentee has committed acts that restrict competition, or unfair competition acts for which a judgment has been made by a court of law or a decision has been rendered by the Fair Trade Commission, an interested party may request the Taiwan IP Office to grant a compulsory licence to the patent at issue.

For more information about this answer please contact: Tony Tung-Yang Chang from Saint Island International Patent & Law Offices