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Gifford on Copyright and Antitrust
posted by mpawlo on Monday August 11, @05:21PM
from the complex-complex-complex dept.
Antitrust Mr Doug Simpson reports of a new article by Mr Daniel J. Gifford on the complex relationship between antitrust law and intellectual property law. Mr Gifford tells his views on 'patent abuse' and 'copyright abuse' in "The Antitrust/Intellectual Property Interface: An Emerging Solution to An Intractable Problem" 31 Hofstra Law Review 363 (2003).

Download the article by Mr Gifford (PDF format).

Running short on time? Read Mr Simpson's excellent summary of the article.

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