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Delong, James V. and Solveig Singleton. "Supreme Court of the United States. KSR International Co., Petitioner, v. Teleflex Inc. and Technology Holding Co., Respondents. Brief of Amicus Curiae in Support of the Petitioner." The Progress & Freedom Foundati
Ross, Patrick, Christian Castle, Mitch Glazier, Lee Knife, and Michael Petricone. "The Role of Music Licensing in a Digital Age." Progress on Point 13.18. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, July 2006.

DeLong, James V. "(Cable)Vision or Delusion?" Progress on Point 13.16. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, June 2006.
Ross, Patrick. "How Long is Long Enough? Copyright Term Extensions and the Berne Convention." Progress on Point 13.15. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, June 2006.
Singleton, Solveig, Prue Adler, Jonathan Band, Steven Metalitz, Jule Sigall. "Orphan Works: A Search for Solutions." Progress on Point 13.13. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, June 2006.
Einhorn, Michael A. "Canadian Quandary: Digital Rights Management, Access Protection, and Free Markets." Progress on Point13.12. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, May 2006.
Lichtman, Doug. "Patent Holdouts in the Standard-Setting Process." Academic Advisory Council Bulletin 1.3. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, May 17, 2006.
Singleton, Solveig. "The DMCA Dialectic: Toward Constructive Criticism," Progress on Point 13.11. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, May 2006.
Lenard, Thomas. "Issues in the Economics of Patents." Digital Europe 2006 Presentation on Intellectual Property and Innovation in the Digital, April 7, 2006.
DeLong, James. "Intellectual Property Rights and Innovation in the Information Technology Industries." Progress Snapshot 2.11. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, April 2006.
Ross, Patrick. "A Golden Opportunity for Orphan Works Not Perfect, But a Good Start." Progress Snapshot 2.7. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, March, 2006.
Leibowitz, Stan. "Parasite Technologies and Non Creative Destruction." Academic Advisory Bulletin 1.2. IPcentral, March 7, 2006.
Ross, Patrick. "Artists and Culture: Empowering the Former to Foster the Latter." Progress on Point 13.6 The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 2006.
Healy, Tony. "GPLv3 and Web Businesses." Progress Snapshot 2.6. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 2006.
Lichtman, Doug. "Defusing DRM." Academic Advisory Bulletin 1.1. IPcentral, February 14, 2006.
Epstein, Richard. "Why Libertarians Shouldn't Be (Too) Skeptical About Intellectual Property" Progress on Point 13.4. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 13, 2006.
Singleton, Solveig. "Patents and Loser Pays: Why Not?" Progress on Point 13.3 The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 2006.
Singleton, Solveig, Allan Adler, Jonathan Band, Allan Davidson, Keith Kumpferschmid. "Google Meets Gutenberg." Progress on Point 13.1. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, January 2006.
DeLong, James. "Standards, Interoperability and Intellectual Property." Remarks at Digital Europe 2006. January 17, 2006.
Gifford, Raymond. "Intellectual Property and Innovation in the Digital World." Remarks at Digital Europe 2006. January 17, 2006.
Lenard, Thomas. "Issues in the Economics of Patents." Remarks at Digital Europe 2006. January 17, 2006.
Singleton, Solveig. "Should the Patent Office be an Independent Corporation? Pros and Cons" Progress on Point 12.28 The Progress & Freedom Foundation, December 2005.
DeLong, James V. "The Importance of Intellectual Property for Information Technology Development in the Less-Developed World" Progress Snapshot 1.22. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, December 2005.
Delong, James V. "Fair Use: Its Effect on Consumers and Industry" Progress on Point 12.26. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, November 2005.
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