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Before “After Consumer Welfare” — A Response To Professor Wu

Doug Melamud (Stanford) and Nicolas Petit (Liege) have a biting critique in Before “After Consumer Welfare” — A Response To Professor Wu. ABSTRACT: In a short article After Consumer Welfare, Now What? The “Protection of Competition” in Practice, Professor Tim… … Continue reading

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Google: Sorry professor, old Beethoven recordings on YouTube are copyrighted

Enlarge (credit: Ipsumpix/Corbis via Getty Images) Dr. Ulrich Kaiser is Professor of Music Theory, Ombudsman for Good Scientific Practice and Head of the Multimedia Department for Teacher Education at the Munich University of Music and Theatre. This article was originally … Continue reading

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Professor Nguyen on Sovereign Patent Funds

Professor Xuan-Thao Nguyen explores government created and funded patent funds in Sovereign Patent Funds recently published in the UC Davis Law Review.  In part, Professor Nguyen reviews and analyzes the sovereign patent funds of numerous countries and investigates their role … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents at SEALS Conference

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio presented at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) Annual Meeting in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on August 11th. Professor Sterio spoke on a panel entitled “Faculty Development Deans: Meeting Challenges and Supporting Faculty Members.” … Continue reading

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Professor In Hiding By Death Threats Over Brazil Abortion Hearing

From The Guardian: Days before a Brazilian supreme court hearing on a move that could eventually decriminalise abortion in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, a leading feminist campaigner is in hiding after receiving death threats. Debora Diniz, a professor… … Continue reading

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