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Utility Emphasis Lacking in the Examination of Aggregations

Utility Emphasis Lacking in the Examination of Aggregations

The distinction between combinations and aggregations is a well-accepted principle of patent law. A combination is an assemblage of known elements whose combined use leads to a result that is different from the sum of the results of the individual elements. Whereas, an aggregation is an assemblage of elements that each produce their expected result […]

Looks Are Not Everything; Professor Amy Adler's Future of Art

Looks Are Not Everything; Professor Amy Adler's Future of Art

Earlier this month, Osgoode Hall Law School welcomed Amy Adler, New York University‚Äôs Emily Kempin Professor of Law, to present on copyright and the future of art. Professor Adler is a leading scholar of art law and specializes in the legal regulation of artistic expression, sexuality and free speech. Visual artists today, as she describes, […]