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2014

Boston College Law School

Science and Technology Law

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Book Review: Minds, Brains, And The Law: The Conceptual Foundations Of Law And Neuroscience, Karen Breda Dec 2014

Book Review: Minds, Brains, And The Law: The Conceptual Foundations Of Law And Neuroscience, Karen Breda

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

Review of Minds, Brains, and Law: The Conceptual Foundations of Law and Neuroscience by Michael S. Pardo and Dennis Patterson, published by Oxford University Press.


Compelled Disclosure Of Internet Interconnection Agreements Creates Anticompetitive Risks, Daniel A. Lyons Jun 2014

Compelled Disclosure Of Internet Interconnection Agreements Creates Anticompetitive Risks, Daniel A. Lyons

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

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On Npes, Holdups, And Underlying Faults In The Patent System, David S. Olson Jan 2014

On Npes, Holdups, And Underlying Faults In The Patent System, David S. Olson

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

This piece offers commentary on two essays in the current volume of the Cornell Law Review: James Bessen and Michael J. Meurer’s The Direct Costs from NPE Disputes and David L. Schwartz and Jay P. Kesan’s Analyzing the Role of Non-Practicing Entities in the Patent System. Schwartz and Kesan’s essay critiques Bessen and Meurer and offers some further thoughts on the role of empirical work regarding non-practicing entities (NPEs). Before I begin my substantive comments on the two pieces, I must say that these two essays, which engage each other fulsomely, carefully, and respectfully, are models of ...