Friday, March 11, 2016

Interesting Discussion Today on 43(B)log

Professor Rebecca Tushnet's excellent 43(B)log primarily discusses matters relating to trademarks, unfair competition, and copyright, but today she is live-blogging a conference at Harvard Law School on Private Law and Intellectual Property, the first panel of which touches on (among other things) patent remedies, the patents vs. prizes debate, and the IP-as-property debate.  This post reports on the first panel discussion as moderated by Professor Tushnet and involving Professors T.J. Chiang, Gideon Parchomovsky, Oskar Liivak, Adam Mossoff, Molly Van Houweling, and Julie Cohen, with further discussion from Ted Sichelman, Rachel Sachs, Henry Smith, Brett Frischmann, Jonathan Barrett, Patrick Goold, Greg Vetter, Oren Bracha, Michael Meurer, and former USPTO Director David Kappos.  Very interesting.

Update:  Additional posts on panels at this conference--some of them addressing matters relating to IP licensing, remedies, and standardization--can be accessed here, here, here, here, here, and here.  

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