And of course, Rajiv brought us August's list of decisions at the Controller's office, with a slight change in format as per reader's feedback. Out of 126 decisions listed, 54 were granted (including partly allowed), 44 refused (including abandoned and withdrawn) and no file uploaded for the remainder (12).
More in IP scholarship: Written Description, a great IP scholarship blog, covers Amy Kapczynski's latest paper "The Cost of Price: Why and How to get beyond IP Internalism": a thought provoking paper that looks beyond just 'efficiency' as a value while looking into the normative inquiries around the incentives and tradeoffs in the structure of IP based legal thought.
more detail here.
Meanwhile, in USA, Jamiee Thomas-Rasset, the first alleged file-sharer to take her RIAA initiated law suit to all the way to court back in 2007, continues to fight her battle as she now moves on to the Supreme Court over the constitutionality of her $222,000 music piracy fine.
And that wraps up our Weekly Review for this week! Do drop us a line in the comments if there's something you think we should have included.