Scholars in the News

2017 Scholars in the News

Adam Mossoff & David Lund
RecogniCorp: Can Data Processing be Patented?
Patently-O
December 13, 2017

Adam Mossoff
Misrepresentations in Service to Efficient Infringer Lobby
IPWatchdog
December 10, 2017

Adam Mossoff
Law Professors File Briefs With the Supreme Court in Oil States
IPWatchdog
November 26, 2017

Kristen Osenga
Fighting Multiple Fronts, Comcast Awaits Patent Decision That Could Raise Prices
Forbes
November 15, 2017

Adam Mossoff
Federal Panel Destroys U.S. Inventors’ Property Rights
Washington Free Beacon
October 28, 2017

Adam Mossoff
The Supreme Court Tackles Patent Reform
Federalist Society
October 27, 2017

Sandra Aistars
Legal Expert Discusses Statute of Limitations Impact on Assault Cases
WJLA-TV – Washington, D.C.
October 11, 2017

Adam Mossoff
A Patents as Property Rights History Lesson
IPWatchdog
September 7, 2017

Adam Mossoff
Staying Off President Trump’s Twitter Feed and Other Priorities for the New USPTO Director
IAM Magazine
September 1, 2017

Eric Priest
Q&A with Eric Priest on Chinese Music Industry Investment
US-China Today
July 25, 2017

Adam Mossoff
The Rise and Fall of Property Rights in America
Capitalism Magazine
July 4, 2017

Kevin Madigan
Investment Moving Overseas
IP Strategic
June 28, 2017

Adam Mossoff
Issa Seems to Believe Patents Are an Entitlement, Not a Property Right
IPWatchdog
June 28, 2017

Sandra Aistars
‘Suing the Government Is Very Punk Rock’: SONA Hosts Third Songwriters Summit as It Strategizes DOJ Lawsuit
Billboard
June 26, 2017

Adam Mossoff
Post-Factual Society, The Patent Edition
IP Wire
June 21, 2017

Adam Mossoff
House IP Subcommittee Looks for Further Ways to Curb Patent Trolls After TC Heartland Decision
IPWatchdog
June 18, 2017

Adam Mossoff
Reps. Considering New Patent Venue Law Post-TC Heartland
Law360
June 13, 2017

Adam Mossoff
Congress Urged to Reform Laws on Patent-Suit Venue
Courthouse News Service
June 13, 2017

Adam Mossoff
After SCOTUS Shake-Up, Lawmakers Plot Next Steps on Patent Reform
National Law Journal
June 13, 2017

Adam Mossoff
Supreme Court to Decide Whether Inter Partes Review Is Unconstitutional
IP Wire
June 12, 2017

Adam Mossoff
Lefstin, Mossoff Critique SCOTUS’ Sense of History and Negative Impacts on Today’s Patent System
IPWatchdog
June 11, 2017

Sandra Aistars
Afghanistan Considers Copyright Treaty After Mason Legal Clinic Advocates for Filmmaker
The George
June 7, 2017

Kevin Madigan
Internal and External Accounts of IP
New Private Law
June 6, 2017

Adam Mossoff
Deconstructing the Patent Troll Myth: Are Patents Property? – Part 1
IP Wire
May 30, 2017

Eric Priest
How a Plague on the Movie and Music Industries Became Their Chief Protector in China
Wall Street Journal
May 21, 2017

Adam Mossoff
Time to Kill Patents, 2012 Told Me So
IP Wire
May 16, 2017

Kevin Madigan & Adam Mossoff
Through the Looking Glass: Recent Federal Circuit Decisions Do Not Change the Need for Action on Alice
IPWatchdog
May 11, 2017

Adam Mossoff
Patents as Property Rights: What Will it Take to Restore Sanity to the Narrative Surrounding US Patents?
IPWatchdog
May 10, 2017

Adam Mossoff
In-House IP Counsel on the Future of USPTO Director Michelle Lee
Corporate Counsel
May 8, 2017

Adam Mossoff & Kevin Madigan
US Businesses Deal with Devastating Effects of SCOTUS Decisions; Support Grows for Subject Matter Reform Bill
IAM Magazine
May 16, 2017

Adam Mossoff
Law Profs Urge Fed. Circ. To Take On AIA Constitutionality
Law360
March 10, 2017

Adam Mossoff
Years of FTC Reports and Litigation Have Shaped Patent Law With and Without Congress
Watchdog.org
March 7, 2017

Adam Mossoff
At CPAC, Nevada AG Adam Laxalt Blasts ‘Hubris of Government’ in Land Seizure Cases
Las Vegas Review-Journal
February 24, 2017

Sandra Aistars
Songwriters of North America File Motion to Proceed in DOJ Consent Decree Lawsuit: Exclusive
Billboard
February 12, 2017

Adam Mossoff
New FTC Chair Could Push Changes in Qualcomm Case, Other Tech Issues
Watchdog.org
February 9, 2017

Adam Mossoff
Lee Staying On as Patent Chief Under Trump Administration
Politico
January 19, 2017

Sean O’Connor
UW Law Professor Leads Group Defending ‘Aural Tradition’ of Creativity in Famous ‘Blurred Lines’ Copyright Case
UW Today
January 12, 2017


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


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