Past Scholars in the News

2016 Scholars in the News

Sean O’Connor
Marvin Gaye’s Family Gets Boost from Songwriters, Musicologists in ‘Blurred Lines’ Appeal
The Hollywood Reporter
December 28, 2016

Adam Mossoff
US is Losing the Innovation War – To China
The Hill
December 27, 2016

Kristen Osenga & Devlin Hartline
Experts Deride Conclusions of FTC Patent-Assertion Study
Watchdog.org
November 25, 2016

Kristen Osenga
Law Prof Says FTC Report On Patent Assertion Entities Is ‘Totally Flawed’
Forbes
November 15, 2016

Adam Mossoff
A Most Fitting Tribute
The Weekly Standard
October 24, 2016

Sandra Aistars
The BIG Deal About Copyright Small Claims
Copyright Alliance
September 29, 2016

Adam Mossoff
Bills to Combat ‘Patent Trolls’ are Actually Counterproductive
The Hill
September 14, 2016

Adam Mossoff
Constitutional and Economic Policy Problems Raised by Inter Partes Review (IPR) Suggest Congress Should Consider Acting
IPWatchdog
September 12, 2016

Adam Mossoff
Ruled Out: Has the Supreme Court Set the Patent-Eligibility Bar Too High?
Law360
September 6, 2016

Adam Mossoff
A Decade of Court Decisions Has Shaken the Basis of Patent Law
Watchdog.org
August 22, 2016

Eric Priest
How Trump’s Intellectual Property Claims Stack Up
Politico Morning Tech
August 9, 2016

Adam Mossoff
“Their Points Really Don’t Justify Delaying Venue Reform”
American Inventors for Justice
August 8, 2016

Adam Mossoff
Patent Suit Limits Would Aid Tech Giants, Say Profs
Law360
August 2, 2016

Adam Mossoff
Law Professors in War of Letters
Managing IP
August 2, 2016

Adam Mossoff
Group of Academics Voice Opposition to Patent Venue Bill
Bloomberg Law
August 2, 2016

Adam Mossoff
VENUE Act: An Open Letter
State of Innovation
August 1, 2016

Adam Mossoff
Letter to Congress from 28 Law Professors & Economists Urging Caution on the VENUE Act
Patently-O
August 1, 2016

Matthew Barblan, et al.
Copyright Concerns Are Torpedoing The FCC Set Top Box Plan: Why That’s Good For Consumers
Forbes
July 28, 2016

Sandra Aistars
Did Melania Trump Infringe 2008 Obama Speech?
Bloomberg BNA
July 19, 2016

Sean O’Connor
UW Project Highlights Liability of Internet ‘Intermediaries’ in Developing Countries
UW Today
June 29, 2016

Adam Mossoff
Adam Mossoff Profiled at Watchdog.org, The Undercurrent
Check Your Premises
June 13, 2016

Adam Mossoff
How a Tech Geek Became One of the Nation’s Leading IP Experts
Watchdog.org
June 7, 2016

Adam Mossoff
Mentorship Q&A Recap: A Conversation with Adam Mossoff
The Undercurrent
June 6, 2016

Adam Mossoff
Nothing New in the World of Patents: “Patent Licensing and Secondary Markets in the Nineteenth Century”
IP Finance
June 6, 2016

Adam Mossoff
High Court Urged To Weigh AIA Reviews’ Legality
Law360
June 1, 2016

Adam Mossoff
‘The Labors of the Mind’
American Inventors for Justice
June 1, 2016

Adam Mossoff
Mossoff Files Amicus Brief in U.S. Supreme Court on Patent Rights
Scalia Law
May 31, 2016

Rebecca Cusey
The MTP Interview: @Rebecca_Cusey on the Copyright Office Notice and Takedown Roundtables
MusicTechPolicy Blog
May 22, 2016

Adam Mossoff
Some Hope for Software Patents in the US After the CAFC’s Enfish Decision, But This is No Game-Changer
IAM Magazine
May 13, 2016

Devlin Hartline
Attorneys Joust Over Copyright Law’s Legacy
Courthouse News Service
May 13, 2016

Adam Mossoff & Devlin Hartline
Proposed Federal Legislation Aims at Cracking Down on Forum Shopping of Patent Cases
Legal Newsline
May 10, 2016

Adam Mossoff
Predicting Cuozzo After Supreme Court Oral Arguments
IPWatchdog
May 4, 2016

Chris Holman
Can Science be Copyrighted? You Might be Surprised…
JD Supra
April 13, 2016

Sandra Aistars
Shaping up the US Copyright Office for the 21st Century
Legrand Network
March 22, 2016

Eric Priest
Creative Strategies for Beefing Up Copyright Enforcement
Jotwell
March 17, 2016

Adam Mossoff
Patent Bills: Too Broad, Too Soon, Too Heavy-Handed
The Washington Times
February 23, 2016

Kristen Osenga
Attorney General’s Patent Troll Unit
Community Idea Stations
February 11, 2016

Kristen Osenga
Attorney General Targeting ‘Patent Trolls’
8News WRIC Richmond
February 2, 2016

Adam Mossoff
Control of CRISPR, Biotech’s Most Promising Breakthrough, Is in Dispute
Washington Post
January 13, 2016


2015 Scholars in the News

Sandra Aistars
Ashley Madison Leans on DMCA to Wipe Hacked User Data From the Web
Politico Media
August 20, 2015

Adam Mossoff
New Study Shows First Decline in Patent Litigation in Five Years
Legal Newsline
May 26, 2015

Adam Mossoff
Former Federal Circuit Judge: Patent Licensing ‘Best Practices’ Are Well-Intentioned, Though Unrealistic
Legal Newsline
May 15, 2015

Adam Mossoff
Patent Reform on a Knife-Edge; Germany’s Growing Appeal; PIPCO Consolidation; and Other Highlights from NPE 2015
IAM Blog
March 13, 2015

Adam Mossoff
Fiorina: ‘Don’t Boil The Oceans!’
The Daily Caller
March 4, 2015

Adam Mossoff
Senate Democrats Introduce STRONG Patents Act; Supporters Claim it’s More ‘Balanced,’
Legal Newsline
March 4, 2015

Adam Mossoff
Patent Controversies
CQ Researcher
February 27, 2015

Adam Mossoff
The Diaper Wars
Life of the Law
February 10, 2015

Adam Mossoff
Reform Bill Takes Aim At Patent Trolls, Pisses Off Conservatives Instead
The Daily Caller
February 6, 2015

Adam Mossoff
US Patent Legislation Undercut by MPHJ Settlement, Attorneys Say
Policy & Regulatory Report (subscription only)
February 6, 2015

Adam Mossoff
Patent Law Reform Bill to Stop Trolls Could Also Stifle Innovation, Critics Say
The Washington Times
February 5, 2015

Adam Mossoff
Goodlatte Patent Reform Bill Re-Introduced In U.S. House
Legal Newsline
February 5, 2015

Adam Mossoff
Patent Law Experts: New GOP-Controlled Congress Could Pump Up Reform Legislation
Legal Newsline
January 8, 2015


2014 Scholars in the News

Adam Mossoff
Congress is Pushing Patent Reform That Only China Would Want
The Blaze
December 18, 2014

Eric Priest
Why China’s Mobile Providers Are a Giant Problem for Its Music Industry
Billboard
December 16, 2014

Adam Mossoff
Federal Circuit Issues Ruling in Case Over Standard Essential Patents, Royalty Rates
Legal Newsline
December 8, 2014

Adam Mossoff
Federal Circuit Offers Much-Needed Guidance on Calculating Royalties for Standard-Essential Patents
MLex Market Insight (subscription only)
December 5, 2014

Adam Mossoff
Conservative Lawyers Question Need for Patent Troll Legislation
PCWorld
December 2, 2014

Adam Mossoff
Patent Lawsuits as Business Model Erodes as Rules Tighten
Bloomberg Business
October 29, 2014

Kristen Osenga
Policy Makers Must Realize Not All Licensing-Based Businesses Are the Same
IAM Magazine
October 1, 2014

Mark Schultz
U.S. Trade Secrets Law, Panasonic: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg Business
September 8, 2014

Mark Schultz
Senate Trade Secrets Bill Discussed in Committee
Managing Intellectual Property
September 5, 2014

Adam Mossoff & Mark Schultz
Why Copyright Still Matters to Today’s Tech Pros
IEEE-USA InSight
August1, 2014

Adam Mossoff
Law Professor: Federal Patent Reform “Certainly” Not Going Away
Legal Newsline
July 23, 2014

Mark Schultz
NAB: Aereo Decision Means Copyright Theft Not Tolerated
Broadcasting & Cable
June 25, 2014

Mark Schultz
Supreme Court Clamps Down on Internet Video Streaming Services
The Washington Times
June 26, 2014

Adam Mossoff
Software Patents Survive US Supreme Court Test
Financial Times
June 19, 2014

Mark Schultz
Experts Say Redskins Can Win Case in U.S. District Court
The Washington Times
June 20, 2014

Adam Mossoff
Software Patents Take a Hit, But They’re Far From Dead
ZDNet
June 19, 2014

Adam Mossoff
Running Concept Through Computer Doesn’t Merit Patent
Washington Post
June 19, 2014

Adam Mossoff
Lawyers Weigh In On High Court’s Software Patent Ruling
Law360
June 19, 2014

Adam Mossoff
Patent Demand Letter Hearing in House Shows Difficulty in Drafting Targeted Bill
Bloomberg BNA
May 22, 2014

Adam Mossoff
House “Trolls” for Patent Letter Abuse Solutions
Broadcasting & Cable
May 22, 2014

Mark Schultz
High Court to Decide Fate of Renegade Television Service
The Hill
April 20, 2014

Adam Mossoff
Law Professor: McCaskill’s Legislation Has Potential to be “Most Destructive” of Patent Troll Bills
Legal Newsline
March 6, 2014

Adam Mossoff
Law Professor Warns Against Current Patent Troll “Rhetoric”
Legal Newsline
February 19, 2014


2013 Scholars in the News

Adam Mossoff
Supreme Court May Complicate Congressional Patent Debate
CQ Roll Call
December 13, 2013

Adam Mossoff
U.S. Senate Gets Bill Clamping Down on ‘Patent Trolls”
Reuters
November 18, 2013

Mark Schultz
Flurry of Support for YouTube, As Case with Viacom Continues
Communications Daily (subscription only)
November 6, 2013

Adam Mossoff
Google, Microsoft Split on Proposal To Expand CBM Challenge Program
Bloomberg BNA
November 2013

Adam Mossoff
Senators Eye New Demand Letter Rules To Fight Patent Trolls
Law360
November 7, 2013

Adam Mossoff
FTC Votes for Inquiry Into Patent Business
The New York Times
September 27, 2013

Adam Mossoff
PAEs Forming Association That Would Be First of Its Kind
Washington Internet Daily (subscription only)
September 23, 2013


2012 Scholars in the News