Vol. 15 Nbr. 2, June 2011
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- Can the Patent Office be fixed?
- Canada and the three-step test: a step in which direction?
- Coercion will not protect trademark owners in China, but an understanding of China's culture will: a lesson the United States has to learn.
- Intellectual property rights and exclusive (subject matter) jurisdiction: between private and public international law.
- Using intellectual property to secure financing after the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression.
- ACTA fool or: how rights holders learned to stop worrying and love 512's subpoena provisions.
- Balancing acts: using a mixed test to ensure better results in rule of reason patent misuse analysis within section 337.
- MedImmune v. Genentech: a game-theoretic analysis of the Supreme Court's continued assault on the patentee.