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Contigiani, Barankay & Hsu on the Innovation Costs of Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine

For those looking on more trade secret empirics after Michael's post on Tuesday: Researchers at the Wharton School—Andrea Contigiani, Iwan Barankay, and David Hsu—have an interesting empirical study of the inevitable disclosure doctrine in trade secret law: Trade Secrets and … Continue reading

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CMS Cancels Another Pending CMS Innovation Project: the Direct Decision Support (DDS) Model

CMS will not proceed with its planned Direct Decision Support (DDS) innovation model “due to operational and technical issues with the proposed Model design.” When this model was announced in December 2016, it was expected to test a shared decision-making approach … Continue reading

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Exposing Children to Innovation More Likely to Lead to Innovation than Financial Incentives?

In a fascinating article titled, Who Becomes an Inventor in America? The Importance of Exposure toInnovation, economists Alexander M. Bell, Raj Chetty, Xavier Jaravel, Neviana Petkova, and John Van Reenen, argue that exposing children to innovation may be more likely … Continue reading

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Innovation Economics for Antitrust Lawyers – Concurrences + King's College London Friday, 23 February 2018 from 08:30 to 18:00 London ,

Innovation Economics for Antitrust Lawyers Concurrences + King's College London Friday, 23 February 2018 from 08:30 to 18:00 (GMT) London , United Kingdom Event Details 08.30 Coffee & Registration 09.05 Welcome Gillian DOUGLAS | Acting Dean, King’s College London 09.15… … Continue reading

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Express Employee Patent Assignments: Staying True to Intellectual Property's Credo of Rewarding Innovation

Express Employee Patent Assignments: Staying True to Intellectual Property's Credo of Rewarding InnovationPaul SpielEmployees often assign away rights without knowing they are doing so, introducing what some have called ”cube-wrap” contracts. In ProCD, the 7th Circuit concluded that shrink-wrap agreements … Continue reading

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