Tag Archives: Perspectives

Special Issue: Multidisciplinary Perspectives to the Adjudication of Indigenous Rights

The latest issue of the Erasmus Law Review (2018, no. 1) focuses on "Multidisciplinary Perspectives to the Adjudication of Indigenous Rights." The table of contents is here. Read more detail on Recent International Law posts –

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The View from Alexandria: New Perspectives at the USPTO

In late May, I attended the sixteenth annual Rocky Mountain IP Institute. I also spoke at the Institute about best practices for communicating between in-house team and outside counsel (more on that later). The Rocky Mountain IP Institute has grown … Continue reading

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Marda & Milan on Multistakeholder Perspectives on the Fake News Debate

Vidushi Marda (Article 19: Global Campaign for Free Expression) & Stefania Milan (University of Amsterdam) have posted Wisdom of the Crowd: Multistakeholder Perspectives on the Fake News Debate on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: Social media platforms are increasingly accused of shaping public … Continue reading

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Perspectives on the Right to Exclude and the Dilemma of Climate Change

Katrina M. Wyman, Limiting the National Right to Exclude, 72 U. Miami L. Rev. 425 (2018). Carol Necole Brown As the United States Supreme Court said in 1979 and restated in 1982 and then restated again in 2002, “‘the right … Continue reading

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Book Review: Patent Pledges Global Perspectives on Patent Law’s Private Ordering Frontier

This Kitten is pleased to put her paws on the book, Patent Pledges Global Perspectives on Patent Law’s Private Ordering Frontier, coedited by Jorge L. Contreras (Associate Professor at the University of Utah) and Meredith Jacob (Assistant Director at the … Continue reading

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