Vol. 150 Nbr. 3, January 2002
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- Unraveling the patent-antitrust paradox.
- Extraterritoriality and political heterogeneity in American federalism.
- Lines in the sand: the importance of borders in American federalism.
- The First Amendment gone awry: City of Erie v. Pap's A.M., ailing analytical structures, and the supression of protected expression.
- Meeting the statute or beating it: using "John Doe" indictments based on DNA to meet the statute of limitations.