Vol. 18 Nbr. 2, June - June 2013
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- Beyond the "embryonic stage": Younger v. Harris and "proceedings of substance on the merits" in the context of preliminary injunctive relief.
- Defining patent eligibility by extrapolating the judicial outlook of software onto biotechnology patents.
- Papadopoulos v. Target: finally melting away the century-old natural accumulation standard in Massachusetts.
- The doctrine of harmless error in criminal cases in Massachusetts.
- Punishing and deterring the unknowing: mandatory treble damages under the Massachusetts Wage Act.
- Administrative law - United States entitled to sovereign immunity under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act's civil-liability provision, section 1810.
- Antitrust law - Seventh Circuit sees through facade, exposes NCAA scholarship limits to Sherman antitrust scrutiny.
- Criminal law - duress: no defense to murder?