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20 Feb 2022, 2:19 pm by Keith Mallinson
They state there that ’we present empirical evidence of “hold-up”—i.e., evidence of opportunistic behavior by SEP enforcers that is intended to unreasonably inflate royalties. [read post]
27 Aug 2021, 10:29 am
Candeub and Volokh do not address this, and their esjudem generis argument therefore seems stronger than the language of the statute warrants, as it implicitly reads the statute as prohibiting "other objectionable" content rather than "otherwise objectionable" content.Second, this reading takes an overly narrow view of the purpose of the provision it analyzes and the Stratton Oakmont, Inc. v. [read post]
7 Apr 2021, 4:13 pm by Apsosredesign
” Early medical malpractice cases 1164: Everad v Hopkins: a case where a master and his servant received damages due to a physician practicing “unwholesome medicine,” resulting in the servant being made more ill. 1374: Stratton v Swanlond: Agnes of Stratton and her husband sued John Swanlond, a surgeon, for failing to treat and cure her mangled hand. [read post]
3 Aug 2020, 9:00 am by Eric Goldman
“Finding #4: Forty three percent of decisions’ core claims related to allegations of defamation, just like in the Stratton Oakmont v. [read post]