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: Common Ground: How Intellectual Property Unites Creators and Innovators
- Richard A. Epstein, Keynote Address: Common Ground: How Intellectual Property Unites Creators and Innovators
- 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
Symposium Issue- Volume 22:5
In anticipation of our 18th Annual Antitrust Symposium entitled Perspectives on Global Competition Law, the George Mason Law Review is proud to announce a special early online release of one of the forthcoming articles in our 2015 Antitrust Symposium Issue. The article is co-authored by Yong Huang, Elizabeth Xiao-Ru Wang, and Roger Xin Zhang, and discusses the essential facilities doctrine and its use in Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law. Elizabeth Xiao-Ru Wang will also be a panelist at our global antitrust symposium. Read the article here.