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Cancer's Ip, Jacob S. Sherkow Jan 2018

Cancer's Ip, Jacob S. Sherkow

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The state of publicly funded science is in peril. Instead, new biomedical research efforts — in particular, the recent funding of a “Cancer Moonshot” — have focused on employing public-private partnerships, joint ventures between private industry and public agencies, as being more politically palatable. Yet, public-private partnerships like the Cancer Moonshot center on the production of public goods: scientific information. Using private incentives in this context presents numerous puzzles for both intellectual property law and information policy. This Article examines whether—and to what extent — intellectual property and information policy can be appropriately tailored to the goals of public-private partnerships. …


The Industrial Internet Of Things: Risks, Liabilities, And Emerging Legal Issues, Mauricio Paez, Kerianne Tobitsch Jan 2018

The Industrial Internet Of Things: Risks, Liabilities, And Emerging Legal Issues, Mauricio Paez, Kerianne Tobitsch

NYLS Law Review

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H&M V. Revok: Use Of Street Art In Commercial Ad Campaigns, Richard H. Chused Jan 2018

H&M V. Revok: Use Of Street Art In Commercial Ad Campaigns, Richard H. Chused

Other Publications

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The Crispr Patent Decision Didn’T Get The Science Right. That Doesn’T Mean It Was Wrong, Jacob S. Sherkow Jan 2018

The Crispr Patent Decision Didn’T Get The Science Right. That Doesn’T Mean It Was Wrong, Jacob S. Sherkow

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