The FTC and the Department of Justice’s (DOJ’s) Antitrust Division are updating the Antitrust Guidelines for the Licensing of Intellectual Property, also known as the IP Licensing Guidelines. The agencies have determined that some revisions are in order because the IP Licensing Guidelines should accurately reflect intervening changes in statutory and case law. The IP Licensing Guidelines state the agencies’ antitrust enforcement policy with respect to the licensing of intellectual property protected by patent, copyright and trade secret law, and of know-how, and were issued in 1995. The FTC and DOJ’s Antitrust Division are seeking public comment on the proposed update of the guidelines. Interested parties may submit public comments until September 26, 2016.