Margot Kaminski on the Capture of International Intellectual Property Law through the U.S. Trade Regime

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Podcast via http://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/podcasts/20131030-Levine-195-Kaminski.mp3


Description

"Show 195, October 30, is my interview with Margot Kaminski of Yale Law School’s Information Society Project. We discussed an earlier draft of her forthcoming article The Capture of International Intellectual Property Law through the U.S. Trade Regime. Related to the above, Margot has written an insightful analysis of the administrative law that has arguably created the lack of public input in trade negotiations like TPP. Margot’s article is an important contribution to the growing body of scholarship on trade and intellectual property."


(http://www.hearsayculture.com/?p=1087)