Tomorrow, June 11, we will livestream Adam Mossoff’s talk titled “Life, Liberty and Intellectual Property.” In this talk, Mossoff will explain why intellectual property rights are an essential requirement of a growing free market and flourishing society.
Objectivist Summer Conference 2017 will celebrate productive heroes. The conference includes a series of stimulating sessions on significant human achievements, and one such session is Adam Mossoff’s “Life, Liberty and Intellectual Property.”
The other day, Townhall.com published an article by a friend of ARI, namely Adam Mossoff, professor of law at George Mason University and Director of Academic Programs and Senior Scholar at the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property, in which he takes on policy analyst Mytheos Holt’s argument that patents are not property rights.
Confused about the need for and justification for intellectual property rights? In this episode, Yaron Brook and Adam Mossoff, Director of Academic Programs and a Senior Scholar at the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property Rights, address intellectual property rights, what it means to the individual and government’s role as protector.
On June 7, 2016, Watchdog.org published an article on how a friend of ARI, Adam Mossoff, a law professor at George Mason University School of Law and the co-founder of the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property, became one of America’s most respected and influential intellectual property law scholars.
There are widespread complaints today that the “patent system is broken” and that the “smart phone wars” and “patent trolls” are killing innovation. Yet patented innovation has revolutionized our lives — tablet computers, smart phones and antiviral drugs are just a few of these modern marvels. How to make sense of this contradiction? This talk by Adam Mossoff answers that question.