Mike Burstein of Cardozo School of Law will be joining us as a guest blogger for the next two weeks. Mike writes about IP law, and I particularly enjoyed his article "Exchanging Information Without Intellectual Property," published last year in the Texas Law Review, which questions the need for intellectual property for the promotion of information markets. Also, check out his newer piece, "Rethinking Standing in Patent Challenges", forthcoming in The George Washington Law Review, which argues, "When ... market participants are deterred from engaging in innovative activity ... they have standing to bring what amounts to a quiet title action" before making costly investments. We are grateful to welcome Mike to the Glom.
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