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Toward a Copyright Unified Field Theory–Part 2: Why Sue Those Patent Lawyers?

Back in April, I wrote Part 1 after a trio of reports hit me like person-bites-dog stories. One told of copyright infringement lawsuits against patent lawyers for submitting scholarly publications to the PTO as prior art. One of the lawsuits is American Institute of … Continue reading

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Toward a Copyright Unified Field Theory–Part 1

A cluster of recent litigation reports leaves me more discouraged than ever by the lack of agreement about the purpose of federal copyright law. We need a reset, and the adversarial process isn’t producing it. Maybe the only hope is academics who aren’t hired by one … Continue reading

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