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Copyright And The Dead Sea Scrolls (Program), David Nimmer Nov 2006

Copyright And The Dead Sea Scrolls (Program), David Nimmer

Stanley H. Mervis Lecture

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The Procompetitive Interest In Intellectual Property Law, Thomas F. Cotter Nov 2006

The Procompetitive Interest In Intellectual Property Law, Thomas F. Cotter

William & Mary Law Review

When government recognizes intellectual property (IP) rights, it is often viewed as sanctioning the existence of private "monopolies," in contrast to the general antimonopoly thrust of the antitrust laws. And yet, on occasion IP law itself condemns conduct on the part of IP owners-or excuses otherwise infringing activity on the part of IP defendants-expressly for the purpose of promoting competition. It does so even though antitrust law -if one were to apply it at all under analogous circumstances-would not find anticompetitive harm without conducting a more thorough analysis of whether the antitrust defendant possesses power over a well-defined market. Salient ...


Towards A Feminist Theory Of The Public Domain, Or Rejecting The Gendered Scope Of United States Copyrightable And Patentable Subject Matter, Malla Pollack Apr 2006

Towards A Feminist Theory Of The Public Domain, Or Rejecting The Gendered Scope Of United States Copyrightable And Patentable Subject Matter, Malla Pollack

William & Mary Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice

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Inducement As Contributory Copyright Infringement: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. V. Grokster, Ltd., Laura A. Heymann Jan 2006

Inducement As Contributory Copyright Infringement: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. V. Grokster, Ltd., Laura A. Heymann

Faculty Publications

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