Dr Garry A. Gabison, BA, JD, University of Virginia; MA, MPhil, PhD, Yale University; Member of the Virginia State Bar & the District of Columbia Bar
Senior Lecturer of Law, Economics and Regulations
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Garry A. Gabison is a Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London. Garry joined CCLS as a Lecturer in 2018 from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He joined the Institute for Global Law, Economics and Finance group which focuses on Law, Economics and Finance issues.
At Georgia Tech, Garry taught economics and public policy at the School of Public Policy and the School of Economics. He created and taught seminars on Innovation Policy. Before Georgia Tech, he worked at the Joint Research Centre (JRC), a Directorate General of the European Commission. At the JRC, Garry investigated issues related to the Information and Communications Technology sector. He focused on the financing of start-ups and investigating how to overcome the “Valley of Death”. Before that, he worked for the American Antitrust Institute, a non-profit think tank promoting competition.
Garry earned his B.A. and J.D. from the University of Virginia and his M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. in Economics from Yale University. He is licensed to practice law in Virginia and the District of Columbia. He has published in journals in Europe and in the United States.
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- CCLF001 Law and Economics
- CCLF002 Advance Law and Economics
- SOLM033 US Constitutional Law
- SOLM034 US State Law in Practice: Torts and Contracts
- SOLM237 Law and Finance in Practice
- SOLM258 Regulation & Compliance Clinic
- SOLM259 Law and Economics of Regulation and Compliance
Garry’s main research interests are in the area of law & economics, competition law, intellectual property, and innovation policy. Garry is working on estimating the defensive values of patents. He is also working on a project dealing with intellectual property issues linked with artificial intelligence and a project looking at reverse payments in the pharmaceutical industry.
Articles in Academic Journals
- The First Sale Doctrine and Foreign Sales: The Economic Implications in the US Textbook Market, UMass L. Rev., Vol. 15, N. 2, 2020 (Forthcoming).
- Platform Liability in Copyright Enforcement, Columbia Science & Tech. L. Rev., Vol. 22 (2020) (with Miriam C. Buiten)
- Who Holds the Right to Exclude for Machine Work Products?, Intellectual Property Quarterly, Vol 2020, N. 1.
- A Platform Paradox: Two Sides, Three Markets, DePaul Bus. & Com. L. J., Vol. 17, N. 2, 2019.
- Worldwide FRAND Licensing Standard, Am. U. Bus. L. Rev., Vol. 8, N. 2, 2019
- Government-Sponsored Patent Monetizing Entities, Pepper. J. Bus., Entrepreneurship & L., Vol. 23, N. 2, 2019
- A Two-Dimensional Approach to Non-Discriminatory Terms in FRAND Licensing Agreements, Boston Univ. J. Science & Tech. L., Vol. 24, 2018
- Public Enforcement of Private Rights, Florida Coastal L. Rev., Vol. 18, 2017
- Dual Enforcement of Electric Utility Mergers and Acquisitions, J. Business & Securities Law, Vol. 17, 2017
- The Gray Problem: Should Athletes Be Punished For Their Social Media Posts?, DePaul J. Sports L. & Contemporary Problems Vol. 13, 2017
- The Incentive Problems with the All-or-Nothing Crowdfunding Model, Hastings Business L. J., Vol. 13 N. 3, 2016
- The Problems with the Private Enforcement of CERCLA: an Empirical Analysis, Geo. Wash. J. Energy & Envtl. L., Vol. 7, N. 3, 2016
- Policy Considerations for the Blockchain Technology Public and Private Applications, SMU Sci. & Tech. L. Rev., Vol. 18, N. 2, 2016.
- Equity Crowdfunding: All Regulated But Not Equal, DePaul Bus. & Com. L. J., Vol. 13, N. 2, 2015
- Lessons that Europe Can Learn from the U.S. Patent Assertion Entity Phenomenon, Information & Communications Tech. L., Vol. 24, N. 3, 2015
- Spotting Software Innovation in a Patent Assertion Entity World, Hastings Science & Tech. L. J., Vol. 8 N. 1, 2015
- Juries Can Quick Look Too, Seton Hall Circuit Rev., Vol. 10, N. 2, 2014
- Limited Solution to a Dangerous Problem: The Future of the Oil Pollution Act, Ocean and Coastal Law Journal, Vol. 18, N. 2, 2013
Published Policy Papers
- 7 ways to boost to support digital innovation and entrepreneurship in Europe. Key messages from the European innovation policies for the digital shift project, European Commission – JRC Science for Policy Reports, 2017 (with Nepelski, D., Bogdanowicz, M., Biagi, F., Desruelle, P., De Prato, G., Piroli, G., Pesole, A., Thumm, N. and Van Roy, V.)
- When Large Companies Builds Ecosystem, Should Small Companies Join? A Role for Open Innovation, Open Innovation 2.0 Yearbook 2016 – European Union, May. 2016 (with Annarosa Pesole, Alberto Di Minin, Cristina Marullo)
- Venture Capital Principles in the European ICT Ecosystem, European Commission – Joint Research Centre Publication, Dec. 2015
- Understanding Crowdfunding and Its Regulations, European Commission – Joint Research Centre Publication, Feb. 2015
- Birth, Growth, Survival, and Death of ICT Companies, European Commission – Joint Research Centre Publication, Feb. 2015
- An Overview of Models of Distributed Innovation - Open Innovation, User Innovation, and Social Innovation, European Commission – Joint Research Centre Publication, Dec. 2014 (with Annarosa Pesole)
Policy paper editing
- Case Studies on Open Innovation in ICT, European Commission – Joint Research Centre Publication, Mar. 2016, Edited with Annarosa Pesole (written by A. Di Minin, C. De Marco, C. Marullo, A. Piccaluga, E. Casprini, M. Mahdad, Paraboschi)
- Patent Assertion Entities in Europe – their impact on innovation and knowledge transfer in ICT markets, European Commission – Joint Research Centre Publication, Oct. 2016, Edited with Nikolaus Thumm (written by Europe Economics)
Professor Gabison welcomes proposals for postgraduate research in any area of law and economics, intellectual property, competition law, and innovation policy.
Current PhD Students
- Grace Yajie Gao
September 2020: Presented a working paper entitled Defensive Patenting and Portfolio Spillovers at the 37th Annual Conference of the European Association of Law and Economic.
October 2019: Presented a talk on a World without SEPs and FRAND commitments at the 4th IP and Competition Forum.
September 2019: Presented a working paper entitled Law and Economics of Unbundling at the 36th Annual Conference of the European Association of Law and Economic.
June 2019: Presented a working paper entitled Chinese Foreign Direct Investment and European Regulations at the 6th Annual UK-Sino Conference.
June 2018: Presented and chaired a panel at How Do Patent Intermediaries Affect Innovation and the Markets for Technologies? Lessons from the United States and Europe.