Wednesday, September 20, 2006

This is an experiment in decentralized legal scholarship. This is what we have so far:

Intellectual property is neither intellectual nor property. Or atleast that's what some people think; in reality, a moment's reflection will reveal that this is completely wrong. More correctly, a moment's reflection will reveal that the courts consider this completely wrong. But they, too, are quite wrong. It was a dark and stormy night.

The current authors of this article include (in order) Jim Gibson, Orin Kerr, Malla Pollack, Richard Stern, and Susan Crawford.

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