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Volume III:

Issue 2

  • Alfred C. Server and Peter Singleton "Licensee Patent Validity Challenges Following Medimune: Implications For Patent Licensing"
  • Michael A. Carrier "Provigil: A Case Study Of Anticompetitive Behavior"
  • Daniel A. Crane "Provigil: A Commentary"
  • Richard A. Epstein "Branded Versus Generic Competition? A Kind Word For The Branded Drugs by Robin Feldman"
  • Nima Nayebi "The Geosynchronus Orbit And The Outer Limits Of Westphalian Sovereignty"
  • Issue 1

  • Lorie Graham and Stephen McJohn "Thirty-Two Short Stories About Intellectual Property"
  • Charles Tait Graves "Analyzing The Non-Competition Covenant as a Category of Intellectual Property Regulation"
  • Dmitry Karshtedt, Ph.D. "Limits on Hard-to-Reproduce Inventions: Process Elements and Biotechnology's Compliance with the Enablement Requirement"
  • Stephen J. Morse "An Accurate Diagnosis, But Is There a Cure?: An Appreciation of The Role of Science in Law by Robin Feldman"
  • Peter Touschner "Subverting New Media for Profit: How Online Social Media 'Black Markets' Violate Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act"
  • Peter C. Harman "'Locked-In' to Their Decisions: Investigating How the States Govern Revocation of Advance Directives and How Three States Make Revocation Impossible for People with Locked-In Syndrome"
  • Jeanne Yang "A Pathway to Follow-On Biologics"
  • Volume II:

    Issue 2

  • Ron A. Dolin, J.D., Ph.D. "Search Query Privacy: The Problem of Anonymization"
  • Robert A. McFarlane and Timothy V. Fisher "Software Patents Under 35 U.S.C. §271(F): Should Congress Amend §271(F) to Harmonize Protection Between Tangible and Intangible Inventions?"
  • Engey Elrefaie "Injunctive Relief Post-Ebay and the Various Applications of the Four-Factor Test in Differing Technological Industries"
  • Patrick Hagan "Reach Through Royalties as a Workaround for Patent Exhaustion"
  • Candice Roman-Santos "Concerns Associated with Expanding DNA Databases"
  • Matthew Show "A Dreadful Prognosis: Patentability of Diagnostic and Personalized Medical Procedures in the Wake of In re Bilski"
  • Issue 1

  • Robin Feldman "The Role of the Subconscious in Intellectual Property Law"
  • Michael L. Rustad and Maria Vittoria Onufrio "The Exportability of the Principles of Software: Lost in Translation?"
  • Julie E. Zink "Shifting the Burden: Proving Infringement and Damages in Patent Cases Involving Inconsistent Manufacturing Techniques"
  • Ashutosh Bhaghwat "A Brief History of the Commercial Speech Doctrine (With Some Implications for Tobacco Regulation)"
  • Leslie Zellers and Ian McLaughlin "State and Local Policy as a Tool to Complement and Supplement the FDA Law"
  • Comments In re Bilski 545 F.3d 943 (Fed. Cir. 2008) and Princo Corp. v. Intl. Trade Comm. 563 F.3d 1301 (Fed. Cir. 2009)
  • Volume I:

    Issue 2

  • Alicia Pitts and Joshua Kim, Ph.D. "The Patent Prosecution Highway: Is Life in the 'Fast Lane' Worth the Cost?"
  • Michael J. Shuster Ph.D. and Juleen Konkel "Of Babies and Bathwater - The Impact of In re Bilski on Life Science Patents"
  • James W. Beard "A Better Carrot: Incentivizing Patent Reexamination"
  • William J. Newsom "Exceeding the Scope of the Patent: Solving the Reverse Payment Settlement Problem Through Antitrust Enforcement and Regulatory Reform"
  • Adam Powell "KSR Fallout: Questions of Law Based on Findings of Fact and the Continuing Problem of Hindsight Bias"
  • Comments Ariad Pharmaceuticals, Inc. v. Eli Lilly and Co. 560 F.3d 1366 (Fed. Cir. 2009) and Wyeth v. Diana Levine 129 S.Ct 1187 (2009)
  • Issue 1

  • Cecily Anne O'Regan "Is Intellectual Property a Hurdle for Transferring Technology to Developing Countries? If so, How High of a Hurdle?"
  • Alfred C. Server, M.D., Ph.D., Nader Mousavi, and Jane M. Love, Ph.D. "Reach-Through Rights and the Patentability, Enforcement, and Licensing of Patents on Drug Discovery Tools"
  • Comments Prometheus Labs v. Mayo Collaborative Services Slip Copy, 2008 WL 878910 (S.D. Cal. March 28, 2008) and Triantafyllos Tafas and Smithkline Beecham Corp. v. Dudas 541 F. Supp. 2d 805 (E.D. Va. 2008)


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