‘The rise of intellectual property in the 18th and 19th centuries’ – special number of Case Western Reserve Law Review

The Traditional Burdens for Final Injunctions in Patent Cases c 1789 and Some Modern Implications (H Tomás Gómez-Arostegui and Sean Bottomley)

Oliver Evans and the Framing of American Patent Law (Christopher Beauchamp)

The Place of Scienter in Trade Mark Infringement in Nineteenth Century England: The Fall and Rise of Millington v Fox (Lionel Bently)

The History of Intellectual Property as The History of Capitalism (Oren Bracha)

Understanding Copyright’s First Encounter with the Fine Arts: A Look at the Legislative History of the Copyright Act of 1870 (Robert Brauneis)

Encoding Music: Perforated Paper, Copyright Law, and the Legibility of Code, 1880–1908 (Gerardo Con Díaz)

The Myth of Well-Settled Rules in Merrill v Yeomans (John F Duffy)

Patent Originalism (Richard A Epstein)

O’Reilly v Morse and Claiming a ‘Principle’ in Antebellum Era Patent Law (Adam Mossoff)

Making Patents: Patent Administration, 1790–1860 (Kara W Swanson)


Case Western Reserve University Law Review, Volume 71 Issue 2 (2020)

First posted 2021-09-02 17:00:45

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