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Volume XXI No.1: Fall 2010

Lead Articles


Fighting Words in the Era of Texts, IMs and E-Mails: Can a Disparaged Doctrine Be Resuscitated to Punish Cyber-Bullies
By Clay Calvert


Apples Are Not Common Sense in View of Oranges: Time to Reform KSR's Illusory Obviousness Standard?
By Timothy J. Le Duc


Seminar Circle


UMG Recordings, Inc. v. Veoh Networks, Inc.: The Future of Investor Liability for User-Generated Content
By Liz Brodzinski


Legislative Update


Not All Textbooks Are Created Equal: Copyright, Fair Use, and Open Access in The Open College Textbook Act of 2010
By Nicole A. Nguyen


Case Note and Comment


Finding a Remedy and Respect in Equity: Traditional Knowledge, Inventorship and PerSpective Biosystems v. Pharmacia Biotech
By Trevor J. Clarke


Case Summaries


Gaylord v. United States>
By Victoria M. Ger


Columbia Pictures Indus., Inc. v. Fung
By Sierra M. Falter

Volume XX No.1: Fall 2009

Lead Articles


Hoisting Originality: A Response
By Roberta Rosenthal Kwall


Critique of In Re Bilski
By Maayan A, Filmar


Seminar Circle


A Patent Pool's White Knight: Individual Licensing Agreements and the Procompetitive Presumption
By Justin R. Koscher


Legislative Update


Paint a New Picture: The Artist-Museum Partnership Act and the Opening of New Markets for Charitable Giving
By Sean Conley


Free-for-All: Public Access and Publisher Rights Collide in the Fair Copyright in Research Works Act of 2009
By Stephanie Snyder


Case Note and Comment


Hardly a Walk in the Park: Courts' Hostile Treatment of Site-Specific Works under VARA
By Virginia M. Cascio


Case Summaries


United States v. American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers
By Steve Jacobs


A.V. v. IParidigms, LLC
By Robert A. Paul

Volume XX No.2: Spring 2010

Lead Articles


Supreme Court Review of Federal Circuit Patent Cases: Placing the Recent Scrutiny in Context and Determining If It Will Continue
By Gary M. Hoffman & Robert L. Kinder


A Practitioner's Guide to Protecting Technology Assets
By John S. Paniaguas & Craig William Mandell


Is There Anything Fair about Fair Use? Edutainment's Place in the Courts
By Heather B. Siegelheim


Why the USPTO Should Adopt a Deferred Patent Examination System
By David P. Irimies


Seminar Circle


Faster than a Speeding Bullet! More Powerful than a Locomotive! Worth the Paper He's Drawn On? An Examination of the Practical & Economic Implications of the Recent District Court Decisions Involving the Superman Copyright
By M. Brian Bacher


Legislative Update


Access to Repair Parts Act: Will It Achieve Its Goal or Hurt an Already Struggling Industry
By Kara Y. Wanstrath


Case Note and Comment


Exergen v. Wal-Mart: A Costly Cure for the Plague of Inequitable Conduct Claims
By Adam R. Andrea


Come, Let us Return to Reason: Association of Molecular Pathology v. USPTO
By Lauren M. Dunne


Is There a Foreign “Right” of Price Discrimination under United States Copyright Law? An Examination of the First-Sale Doctrine as Applied to Gray-Market Goods
By Michael Stockalper


Case Summaries


Dream Games of Arizona, Inc. v. PC Onsite
By Andrew L. Daar


[4] Ltd. P'Ship v. Microsoft Corp.
By Nicholas A. Restauri