Vol. 11 Nbr. 2, June 2007
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- The extended protection of "strong" trademarks.
- Intellectual property, competition rules, and the emerging internal market: some thoughts on the European exhaustion doctrine.
- Copyright's empire: why the law matters.
- Finding common ground in the world of electronic contracts: the consistency of legal reasoning in clickwrap cases.
- Creating consumer confidence or confusion? The role of product certification marks in the market today.
- Fixing through legislative fixation: a call for the codification and modernization of the staple article of commerce doctrine as it applies to copyright law.