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A Celebration of the Work of Wendy Gordon, part 4

A Natural Right to Copy by Glynn Lunney, Texas A&M University School of Law Thanks to the great women who encouraged intellectual honesty in topics and analysis of topics, not just Gordon but also Litman, Samuelson, others.  Gordon doesn’t agree w/how far … Continue reading

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A Celebration of the Work of Wendy Gordon, part 3

Death in Copyright: Remarks on Duration by Abraham Drassinower, University of Toronto Faculty of Law What would a rights based account of duration look like?  Really about death, not duration. Patents have a fixed term; trademark registrations also persist for a specific amount … Continue reading

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A Celebration of the Work of Wendy Gordon, part 2

Harmless Free Riding by Wendy Gordon, Boston University School of Law  (Additional related drafts from Wendy: Time and Intellectual Property After Coaseand Proximate Cause in the Law of Copyright: Linking Liability to Incentives) Common law imposes penalties on those who harm much more readily than … Continue reading

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