An intellectual property trifecta

Compelling legal historical writing is hard to come by, but for intellectual property buffs, the cup has recently runneth over. First, legal historian and UCLA law professor Stuart Banner has authored a brilliant overview of property law, “American Property: A History of How, Why and What We Own” (Harvard University Press). A dogged researcher and lucid, plain-English writer, Banner moves …

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