Adam Mossoff

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Every property problem spans three distinct dimensions: number of owners, scope of each owner’s dominion, and asset design. These three basic dimensions can be traced back to Blackstone’s famous encapsulation of property law as the “sole and despotic dominion which one man claims and exercises over the external things of the world, in total exclusion of the(More)
Thank you for this opportunity to speak with you today about the Supreme Court’s recent decision in TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods concerning the venue in which a plaintiff can file a patent infringement lawsuit. 1 As a result of extensive lobbying for legislation by some companies and organizations in the past 5-6 years, patent litigation has had an unusual(More)
  • Eric R. Claeys, FRYING PANS, +11 authors Lindsay Strauss
  • 2009
In Plato’s Republic, Socrates persuades his conversationalists to help him construct a city organized around commerce. Glaucon, who has an idealist streak, dismisses this city as a “city of pigs.”1 In response, Socrates sketches for Glaucon an ideal city ruled by the most virtuous citizens—the philosophers.2 To make the city as just and harmonious as(More)
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