Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Top 10 New IP Paper Downloads

Here's an updated list of the most downloaded IP papers that were posted on SSRN in the past 60 days:
  1. Startups and Patent Trolls, by Colleen Chien (also see her "Ten Ways Startups Can Deal with Patent Troll Demands")
  2. The Trespass Fallacy in Patent Law, by Adam Mossoff
  3. Facebook's Afterlife, by Jason Mazzone (see press release and CNET article)
  4. Do Bad Things Happen When Works Enter the Public Domain?: Empirical Tests of Copyright Term Extension, by Christopher Buccafusco & Paul Heald (blogged about on Written Description)
  5. Solving the Patent Settlement Puzzle, by Einer Elhauge & Alex Kreuger
  6. The Potential Extraterritorial Consequences of Akamai, by Timothy Holbrook (discussed on PatentlyO)
  7. Ten Years of Inter Partes Patent Reexamination Appeals: An Empirical View, by Eric Rogers
  8. Intellectual Property and Shrinkwrap Licenses, by Mark Lemley (argues that shrinkwrap licenses should not be allowed to alter the balance of rights created under federal IP law)
  9. The Impact of Free Music Downloads on the Purchase of Music CDs in Canada, by George Robert Barker & Tim John Maloney (finds there is a negative association between downloads and CD demand, argues that prior analysis was wrong in concluding downloads did not affect album sales)
  10. Room for Maneuver: Julie Cohen's Theory of Freedom in the Information State, by Jack Balkin

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