A. Douglas Melamed (born December 3, 1945) is a nationally known American legal scholar who is currently Professor of the Practice of Law at Stanford Law School. He was previously Senior Vice President and General Counsel at Intel Corporation. He is famous in the field of law and economics for his views on the natural evolution of property rights and co-authored with Guido Calabresi a classic law review article on the different types of property rights accorded by tort rules and property rules in Property Rules, Liability Rules and Inalienability: One View of the Cathedral. He served in the Justice Department's antitrust division under Joel Klein during the Clinton Administration.
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