Vol. 47 Nbr. 2, April - April 2014
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- The constitutional protection of information in a digital age.
- An unexpected friend: liberalism's response to corporate political spending.
- Bare-naked ladies (and gentlemen): analyzing protection of nude protesting under the First Amendment and state constitutions.
- Abuse of diplomatic immunity in family courts: there's nothing diplomatic about domestic immunity.
- Pirate patents: arguing for improved biopiracy prevention and protection of indigenous rights through a new legislative model.
- Connecting the spheres of trade and gender: creating a gender-conscious World Trade Organization.
- Multifactors, multiconfusion? Refining "likelihood of confusion" factors for reverse-confusion trademark infringement claims to achieve more consistent and predictable results.
- Patent law - first-sale doctrine does not extinguish patentee's rights in self-replicating organisms - Bowman v. Monsanto Co.
- Evidence - admission of autopsy reports and surrogate testimony of medical examiners does not violate Confrontation Clause - United States v. James.