Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Harvard Law Review ranks Sup Ct 2005; maybe we should try the reverse?

The November 2005 issue of the Harvard Law Review ranks the leading Supreme Court cases for the last term. You will find
Grokster but you won't find Merck v. Integra.

Of the criticism of Justice Souter's opinion, don't worry. The HLR states: "Thus, where Justice Souter's opinion provides conflicting guidance, precedent and the Constitution offer an answer." The HLR also notes that the Grokster inducement rule is inconsistent with Sony.

Somebody ought to "rank" Harvard Law Review articles on intellectual property, like the 2003 article asserting a patent grant rate of 97%, or the more recent one on disclosure.


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