We are pleased to announce the recipients of our Ace of Spading winners from GMLR 23:2!
After the last Scholarly Writing class for our Candidate Members, which happened on Friday, our Editor in Chief, Rod Harrell, passed out 4 “Ace of Spading” Awards for Research Excellence on Issue 23:2 to the following superstars:
Please congratulate them on a job well done, and look for the first issues of Volume 23 here soon!
From left to right:
Tim Snyder, Ellen Hutchinson, Mackenzi Siebert, Editor in Chief Rod Harrell, and Rodger Nayak
The George Mason Law Review is delighted to announce that our latest issue, featuring articles from the 18th Annual Antitrust Symposium, is now online.
Volume 22:5 Symposium Issue: Perspectives on Global Competition Law
- Terry Calvani, Jaffer Abbasi, David Blonder, Aimee Imundo, Keynote Panel Discussion
- Damien Geradin, Collective Redress for Antitrust Damages in the European Union: Is this a Reality Now?
- Yong Huang, Elizabeth Xiao-Ru Wang, & Roger Xin Zhang, Essential Facilities Doctrine and Its Application in Intellectual Property Space Under China’s Anti-Monopoly Law
- John “Jay” Jurata & Inessa Mirkin Owens, A New Trade War: Applying Domestic Antitrust Laws to Foreign Patents
- William E. Kovacic, The United States and Its Future Influence on Global Competition Policy
- Derek W. Moore & Joshua D. Wright, Conditional Discounts and the Law of Exclusive Dealing
- D. Daniel Sokol, Tensions Between Antitrust and Industrial Policy
- Randolph W. Tritell, Meeting the Challenges of the Evolving International Antitrust Landscape
Volume 22:4- Summer 2015
Featuring Articles from the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property’s Conference, Common Ground: How Intellectual Property Unites Creators and Innovators.
- Adam Mossoff & Mark Schultz, Introduction
- Richard A. Epstein, Keynote Address
- Eric R. Claeys, The Conceptual Relation Between IP Rights and Infringement Remedies
- Kirti Gupta, Technology Standards and Competition in the Mobile Wireless Industry
- Jay Kesan, Economic Rationales for the Patent System in Current Context
- Bruce H. Kobayashi, Opening Pandora’s Black Box: A Coasian 1937 View of Performance Rights Organizations in 2014
- Stan J. Liebowitz, A Critique of Copyright Criticisms
- Adam Mossoff, Patent Licensing and Secondary Markets in the Nineteenth Century
- Sean M. O’Connor, Creators, Innovators, and Appropriation Mechanisms
- Kristen Osenga, Sticks and Stones: How the FTC’s Name-Calling Misses the Complexity of Licensing-Based Business Models
- Sean Pager, Making Copyright Work for Creative Upstarts
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