Vol. 11 Nbr. 1, January 2007
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- Trade secrets and their history.
- Property as a potential justification.
- The justification for trade secrets.
- The marginal utility of trade secrets.
- Appendix: an illustrative example.
- Available remedies for copyright infringement.
- Place of infringement and questions of choice of law.
- Exercising rights in the right forum - questions of jurisdiction.
- The failed Hague draft convention - an explanation of its ineffective negotiations.
- Proposed mechanism.
- Probable extraterritorial effects and a public choice democracy perspective.
- The proper scope of patentability in international law.
- What is patentable subject matter? The Supreme Court dismissed LabCorp v. Metabolite Laboratories, but the issue is not going away.
- Breaking the law to break into the black: patent infringement as a business strategy.
- Gone in a blink: the overlooked privacy problems caused by contactless payment systems.