Welcome to the 1st TOTM Blog Symposium on Michael Carrier’s Innovation in the 21st Century: Harnessing the Power of Intellectual Property and Antitrust Law
Welcome to the first TOTM Blog Symposium. This is a format we hope to make more use of on TOTM in the future and we’ve got an ideal project to start with. For the next two days (and maybe three) we’ll be discussing Professor Michael Carrier’s (Rutgers) forthcoming book: Innovation for the 21st Century: Harnessing the Power of Intellectual Property and Antitrust Law. We’ve invited a number of leading commentators in both intellectual property and antitrust law to contribute to the symposium. I’m thrilled that each has agreed to participate. The lineup includes: Dan Crane (University of Chicago/ Cardozo), Geoff Manne (TOTM/LECG), Phil Weiser (Colorado), Dennis Crouch (Patently-O/Missouri), Brett Frischmann (Cornell/ Loyola), F. Scott Kieff (Wash U./ Hoover/ and on his way to GW), Mike Carrier, and me.