Mark Helprin is a successful novelist. He is also on a mission to keep the content he and others create out of the public domain.
Misleading Bloomberg Law Post Claims IP Litigation Finance is for Investors, Not Inventors
Opinions run hot and facts loose when it comes to describing providers of litigation capital, especially if the funds are used in support of plaintiffs
Lawyer says the EFF is “Gaslighting the Public in a Crusade Against Patents”
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is at it again, says a patent attorney and former Northwestern University law professor, “gaslighting the public in its ongoing
Election Year Fight Looms Over Copyright Legislation; Issues Reflect Creators’ Concerns and Industry Biases
Are internet content aggregators little more than public utilities or must they take a more active part in combating fake news and hate speech carried
March 5 is Deadline for Comments on Draft Bill to Restrict Online Piracy and Copyright Abuse
It’s time to take some of the wild out of the West when it comes to providing and policing copyrightable content on the Internet. Sen.
EFF’s narrow position on university tech transfer is “wildly misguided”
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is attempting to paint a scarlet letter on universities with public funding who benefit from sharing discoveries with those best-equipped