Vol. 14 Nbr. 2, June 2010
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- The Thirteenth Annual Honorable Helen Wilson Nies Memorial Lecture in Intellectual Property Law: innovation and recovery.
- The time and place for 'technology-shifting' rights.
- What about know-how: heightened obviousness and lowered disclosure is not a panacea to the American patent system for biotechnology medication and pharmaceutical inventions in the post-KSR era.
- Possessing trademarks: can Blackstone or Locke apply to fast food, grocery stores, and virtual sex toys?
- Quilt artists: left out in the cold by the Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990.
- Actual or hypothetical: determining the proper test for trademark licensee rights in bankruptcy.
- An uncomfortable fit? Intellectual property policy and the administrative state.
- Annual intellectual property law review banquet speech: lessons learned from fifteen years in the trenches of patent litigation.