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24 May 2016, 11:14 am
Pamela Samuelson has published an opinion piece in the Chronicle of Higher Education titled "Colleges Shouldn't have to Deal With Copyright Monitoring. [read post]
12 Jul 2011, 6:48 am by Kluwer Blogger
by Kluwer Blogger Guest Blog by Pamela Samuelson, Berkeley Law School Are programming languages, program functionality, and data interfaces protectable by copyright law or not? [read post]
21 Apr 2009, 11:38 am
  Pamela Samuelson in her forthcoming ACM article on the settlement notes that "the settlement would, in effect, give Google the exclusive right to commercially exploit millions of orphan books. [read post]
14 May 2015, 12:12 pm by Lawrence Solum
Pamela Samuelson (University of California, Berkeley - School of Law) has posted Freedom to Tinker (Theoretical Inquiries in Law, Forthcoming) on SSRN. [read post]
20 Jul 2010, 9:14 am by Dennis Crouch
Guest Post by Robert Merges and Pamela Samuelson, UC Berkeley School of Law; Ted Sichelman, University of San Diego School of Law In our previous post, we discussed three major findings from the Berkeley Patent Survey—the most comprehensive survey to date in the United States, probably worldwide, on how patents are used by and affect entrepreneurs, startups, and early-stage high technology companies. [read post]
21 Sep 2007, 6:57 am
Pamela Samuelson (University of California, Berkeley): 970 citations, age 59. 4. [read post]
1 Dec 2017, 3:30 am by Pamela Samuelson
Pamela Samuelson How pervasive are software-based information technologies in the criminal justice system these days? [read post]
23 Sep 2015, 9:22 pm by Valarie Kaur
Glasser (Stanford), Larry Lessig (Harvard), Pamela Samuelson (Berkeley), Fred Turner (Stanford), and Barbara van Schewick (Stanford) -- filed a friends-of-the-Court brief in federal court defending the Open Internet Rules on First Amendment grounds. [read post]
21 Jul 2010, 9:16 am by Dennis Crouch
Guest Post by Robert Merges and Pamela Samuelson, UC Berkeley School of Law; Ted Sichelman, University of San Diego School of Law In our previous post, we discussed some of the major findings from the Berkeley Patent Survey—the most comprehensive survey to date in the United States, probably worldwide, on how patents are used by and affect entrepreneurs, startups, and early-stage high technology companies. [read post]
10 Apr 2009, 8:57 am
CloudThe complete working paper is available for download online, in *pdf format, at the excellent Social Science Research Network, at the following URL:"Statutory Damages in Copyright Law: A Remedy in Need of Reform, by Pamela Samuelson and Tara Wheatland"[UPDATE 4/10/09 9:50 PM] THE SERVERS AT SSRN ARE DOWN FOR THE WEEKEND SO I HAVE HOSTED AN ALTERNATE COPY HERE ON A TEMPORARY BASIS:Alternate link to "Statutory Damages in Copyright Law: A Remedy in Need of Reform,… [read post]
13 Dec 2012, 8:36 am by Geoffrey Manne
Patterson, Fordham University School of Law Pamela Samuelson, University of California, Berkeley, School of Law How should the antitrust laws apply to Google? [read post]
5 Feb 2019, 3:30 am by Pamela Samuelson
Pamela Samuelson When an employee has had lawful access to her firm’s trade secrets and later uses them when working for a new employer or when starting her own firm, the former employer may well sue her for trade secret misappropriation. [read post]
19 Jul 2010, 6:08 am by Dennis Crouch
Guest Post by Robert Merges and Pamela Samuelson, UC Berkeley School of Law; Ted Sichelman, University of San Diego School of Law Why do entrepreneurs and startup companies file for patents? [read post]
5 Apr 2015, 10:10 am by Camilla Alexandra Hrdy
What’s more, the approach has implications for developing privacy rules for enforcement by other actors, such as administrative agencies, and even in conceptualizing other areas of privacy law outside of tort law, such as Fourth Amendment jurisprudence.Henry's project is an explicit response to Pamela Samuelson's rejection of privacy as intellectual property. [read post]