Notre Dame in London Hosted "The Google Book Project: Antitrust and Intellectual Property Perspectives”

Notre Dame in London hosted “The Google Book Project: Antitrust and Intellectual Property Perspectives.” The antitrust and intellectual property issues raised by the Google Book Project and the judicial challenges resulting therefrom were discussed on March 4 by a panel consisting of Doctor Ioannis Lianos of University College London and Professor Jonathan Griffiths of Queen Mary University of London

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NDLS LAMB Program Hosted a Roundtable on the Knockoff Economy

Notre Dame Law School hosted a “Roundtable on the Knockoff Economy” on Friday, January 18, 2013. As part of the Program on Law and Market Behavior, this all day roundtable focused on the notion that imitation does not stifle creativity, but rather inspires innovation. The topic is based on the work of Kal Raustiala and Christopher Sprigman in their book, 

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Professor Tor Publishes New Article The Innocence Effect

Professor Tor has published a new article, The Innocence Effect. This Article provides field and empirical evidence for the hitherto neglected “innocence effect,” revealing that innocents are significantly less likely to accept plea offers that appear attractive to similarly situated guilty defendants. The Article further explores the psychological causes of the innocence effect and examines its implications for plea bargaining policy.

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