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There’s an interesting case percolating in the Court of Appeals dealing with the Turtles and Sirius XM radio. Here is an excerpt from “Copyright Litigation Blog” by Ray Dowd (the entire blog post can be found here: … 525 more words
[#120.2] Avi Baranes on financialization, mergers, and innovation from an (old) institutional economics perspective
Part 2 of our conversation with Avi. We definitely need him back ASAP for more!
Special guest: Avi Baranes on financialization in general, and the pharmaceutical industry in particular…46 more words
[#120.1] Avi Baranes on financialization, mergers, and innovation from an (old) institutional economics perspective
I’ve been discussing this with Avi in between work since we hired him last year, and have learned a great deal from this promising young (old) Institutional Economist! 17 more words
Rapper Rick Ross and his producers sued LMFAO members Skyler and Stefan Gordy in December 2013, claiming that “Party Rock Anthem,” which topped the Billboard charts for six weeks and sold more than 7.5 million copies in the U.S., infringed Rick Ross’s 2006 hit “Hustlin’.” The court held that Rick Ross and his producers didn’t have the copyright registration necessary to sue for infringement. 229 more words