IP Literature Watch: December 2018

IP Literature Watch: December 2018

Instead of dogmatically hewing to economic incentives and market rhetoric, should courts engage in a more transparent examination of the interests actually at stake in copyright disputes? Also, a recent paper argues that US trademark litigants should be able to rely on more reasonably priced providers of survey expertise. Finally in this month’s issue of IP Literature Watch, we explore the potentially problematic ways in which US IP law protects emojis. 
 
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