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Public to Private LBOs and Innovation

May 21st, 2019 | Filed under: Private Equity, Debt Types of Private Equity, Newly Added, Regulatory Environment, Equity Types of Private Equity, Other Issues in Private Investments, The A.I. Industry, Private Investments

A new study considers the proposition that indebtedness can reduce innovation. It offers support for the view that indebtedness in a particular context reduces patent flow. But whether patent flow should be considered a good surrogate for innovation remains open to question. An argument that has long been aimed atRead More


Java IP War: The Obama Administration Picks the Wrong Side

Jun 8th, 2015 | Filed under: Technology, Intellectual Property

The Solicitor General, speaking for the United States, has filed the expected amicus brief in the Google/Oracle showdown. The SG's position is that the Supreme Court should refuse to hear the case so that the lower courts can get back to using what the brief calls the "flexible fair use doctrine" to do justice. Read More