Proposed Misuse of Section 1498 Relies on the False Claim that Patents Are Not Property

By Kathleen Wills* The question whether patents are property rights is a continuing and hotly debated topic in IP law. Despite an abundance of scholarship (see here, here, here, here, and here) detailing how intellectual property (“IP”) rights have long been equated with property rights in land and other tangible assets, critics often claim that … Continue reading “Proposed Misuse of Section 1498 Relies on the False Claim that Patents Are Not Property”

Statement of Professor Adam Mossoff on Oil States v. Greene’s Energy

The statement below is from Professor Adam Mossoff, whose law review articles (here and here) were heavily cited in Justice Gorsuch’s dissent (joined by Chief Justice Roberts) in today’s opinion in Oil States v. Greene’s Energy. Adam Mossoff Professor of Law Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University For the first time, the Supreme Court … Continue reading “Statement of Professor Adam Mossoff on Oil States v. Greene’s Energy”