Scalia Often Put Limits On Rights In IP Decisions

By Ryan Davis (February 16, 2016, 11:03 PM EST) -- Justice Antonin Scalia wrote few opinions and dissents in intellectual property cases and was upfront that it was not exactly his favorite area of the law, but when he did opine on patents and copyrights, he often tended to favor positions that put limits on IP rights, experts say....

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