جستجو
   
    Delicious RSS ارسال به دوستان خروجی متنی
    کد خبر : 186913
    تاریخ انتشار : 27 تیر 1395 9:5
    تعداد بازدید : 2465

    Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal

    Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal

    2001, Vol.13                    

    2002, Vol.14                    

    2003, Vol.15                    

    2004, Vol.16                    

    2005, Vol.17                    

    2006, Vol.18

    2007, Vol.19

    2008, Vol.20

    2009, Vol.21
    2010, Vol.22
    2011, Vol.23
    2012, Vol.24
    2013, Vol.25
    2014, Vol.26
    2015, Vol.27
    2016, Vol.28
    2017, Vol.29


     


    Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal, 2000, Vol.12

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Lori E. Lesser

    "Cybersquatting" Law Aids in Pirate Prosecutions

    No.1

    pp. 2-6

    Laurie Kuslansky, Daniel Wolfe

    Juror Perception in Patent Cases: Neither Intellectual Nor Property

    No.2

    pp. 2-9

    Steven J. Rizzi, Christopher V. Roberts

    Procedural Considerations for Markman Hearings- Part I

    No.3

    pp. 2-8

    Thomas J. Hall, Rosa V. Estrella

    Privilege and the Errant Email

    No.4

    pp. 2-7

    Donald L. Zachary, Cindy A. Semmelroth

    Conflicts of Interest: Moving at the Speed of E-Commerce

    No.5

    pp. 2-5

    Graham Wood

    Domain Names as Security-A Solution

    No.6

    pp. 2-4

    Gerald W. Palmer

    Private Litigation Threatens to Upset Rational Internet Privacy Debate

    No.7

    pp. 2-7

    Elizabeth S. Weiswasser, Christopher V. Roberts

    Privilege Issues in Intellectual Property Due Diligence

    No.7

    pp. 8-10

    Roberta Jacobs-Meadway

    Supreme Court Limits Trademark Protection for Product Design

    No.8

    pp. 2-5

    Elizabeth S. Weiswasser, Christopher V. Roberts

    Privilege Issues in the Transfer of Patent Rights

    No.8

    pp. 6-7

    Curt Krechevsky

    The Multinational Approach to Anti-Counterfeiting

    No.9

    pp. 2-12

    Greg L. Berenstein, Christine R. Chase

    Application Service Providers as an Alternative to Outsourcing and In-House Information Services

    No.9

    pp. 13-19

    Charles L. Philbrick, Matthew Z. Hammoudeh

    Lawmakers Search for Ingredients to Make Spam Less Appetizing

    No.10

    pp. 1-5

    James S. DeiSordo

    The Government E-Commerce Marketplace and Contractor Data Rights

    No.10

    pp. 6-11

    Jed L. Marcus

    Restrictive Covenants: Protecting Intellectual Property from Dotcom Raiders

    No.10

    pp. 12-17

    I. Neel Chatterjee

    The Digital Millennium Copyright Act: A New Balance for a New Era

    No.11

    pp. 1-7

    jeffry W. Smith

    The Employee Inventor

    No.11

    pp. 8-11

    Stephen Lesavich

    Protecting Content in a Peer-to-Peer World

    No.11

    pp. 12-18

    Rita A. Abbati

    Links, Frames, and Robots: How Certain Online Practices Can Hurt and Help a Business

    No.12

    pp. 1-8

    Konrad L. Trope

    Confusion over the Dilution Doctrine in Federal Courts

    No.12

    pp. 9-12

    Matt J. Railo

    Protecting Brands Online: Practical Considerations in the Fight Against Cybersquatting

    No.12

    pp. 13-16

     

    Insertion Agreement for Advertisements on the Internet

    No.12

    pp. 17-18

    Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal, 2001, Vol.13

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    jeffry W. Smith

    Document Retention Can Create Legal Problems in Patent and Trade Secret Litigation

    No.1

    pp. 1-3

    Barry L. Cohen

    Nonpirated Domain Name Problems

    No.1

    pp. 4-9

     

    Online Privacy Policy

    No.1

    pp. 10-12

    Russell E. Cass

    Restrictions on Means-Plus-Function Claims Pave the Way for Alternate Claims-Drafting Approaches Based on Functionality

    No.2

    pp. 1-8

    Jeffry W. Smith

    Avoiding Enhanced Damages for Willful Patent Infringement

    No.2

    pp. 9-12

    Julie A. Katz, J. Aron Carnahan

    Battling the "CompanyNameSucks.com" Cyberactivists

    No.3

    pp. 1-7

    Mary M. Squyres

    Enforcement of Domain Name Rights Through ICANN

    No.3

    pp. 8-11

     

    Software Consulting Agreement

    No.3

    pp. 12-16

    J. Fraser Mann, Anik Morrow

    New Law in Canada Governs Use of Personal Information

    No.4

    pp. 1-6

    L. Lawton Rogers, III

    Patent Poker after Festo: How the Stakes Have Changed

    No.4

    pp. 7-10

     

    Patent and Know-How License Agreement

    No.4

    pp. 11-16

    Susan D. Rector

    Use of Web Site Audits as a Preventive Tool

    No.5

    pp. 1-4

    Jeanne Andrea Di Grazio

    Professional Responsibility Considerations of Advising the Corporate Client on the Patent/Trade Secret Interface

    No.5

    pp. 5-10

     

    Invention Ownership Agreement

    No.5

    pp. 11-12

    Stephen Lesavich

    Are All Business Method Patents ''One-Click'' Away from Vulnerability?

    No.6

    pp. 1-5

    Thomas F. Holt Jr.

    The Need for Enhanced Procedural Safeguards in the Use of Court Appointed Masters and Expert Witnesses

    No.6

    pp. 6-20

    Monique A. Morneault

    A New Approach to an Old System: Proposals Toward Reforming the Patent Cooperation Treaty

    No.7

    pp. 1-5

    Craig A. Newman, Beth R. Kallet

    Technology Companies and the Obligations Imposed by Best Efforts and Commercially Reasonable Efforts Standards

    No.7

    pp. 6-12

     

    E-Commerce Associate Agreement

    No.7

    pp. 13-18

    Bradley C. Wright

    Linux Users Risk Infringement

    No.8

    pp. 1-7

    William F. Heinze

    A New Approach to Best Mode Disclosure in Software Patent Applications

    No.8

    pp. 8-10

     

    Linking Agreement

    No.8

    pp. 11-14

    Terrence M. Brennan

    The United States and Brazil Agree to Disagree over Brazil's Patent Law

    No.9

    pp. 1-6

    Ria Farrell Schalnat

    The Copyrightability of Menu Structures

    No.9

    pp. 7-17

    Robert G. Sugarman, Naomi J. Gray, Pierre M. Davis

    Electronic Publiching Rights: The Tasini Case

    No.9

    pp. 18-20

     

    Software Escrow Agreement

    No.9

    pp. 21-25

    Timothy R. Baumann

    Gathering Storm Clouds for Internet Patents

    No.10

    pp. 1-4

    Darleen J. Stockley, Heidi Belongia

    May Participation in Technical Standards Activities Be Hazardous to a Company's Intellectual Property?

    No.10

    pp. 5-10

     

    Domain Name Purchase and Sale Agreement

    No.10

    pp. 11-13

    Stephen Lesavich

    It May Take Robotic Vision to Determine When a Software Invention Is Ready for Patenting to Avoid an On-Sale Bar

    No.11

    pp. 1-4

    Andrew J. Mottes

    Beware the Unexpected Consequences of the Reexamination of an About-to-Expire Patent

    No.11

    pp. 5-14

     

    Generic Consulting Agreement

    No.11

    pp. 15-19

    Douglas L. Rogers

    The Future of Software Bundling After United States v. Microsoft

    No.12

    pp. 1-11

    Vincent P. Tassinari

    Patent Infringement and the Legal Meaning of a Claim Term

    No.12

    pp. 12-16

    Ralph Oman

    Congress Wrestles with State Liability for Intellectual Property Violations: What Will Pass Constitutional Muster?

    No.12

    pp. 17-19

    Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal, 2002, Vol.14

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Michael Leventhal

    The Golden Age of Wireless

    No.1

    pp. 1-6

    Karen Canaan, John C. Lenahan

    Making the Demand for the "Cessation of Trademark Infringement via Metatag Use" More Convincing

    No.1

    pp. 7-11

     

    Practice Aid: Web Based Application Development and Services Agreement

    No.1

    pp. 12-18

    jeffrey R. Kuester, N. Andrew Crain

    Beware of Back Door On-Sale Activities

    No.2

    pp. 1-4

    Marc Lieberstein, Anthony Lovensheimer

    "Offer of Judgment" as an Intellectual Property Litigation Tactic

    No.2

    pp. 5-14

     

    Trademark and Domain Name License Agreement

    No.2

    pp. 15-21

    Jeffrey J. Look

    Warning: TrafFix Jam Ahead for Product Configuration Trade Dress

    No.3

    pp. 1-8

    Tamsen Valoir

    The Duty of Candor in Patent Applications: What It Is and How to Comply with It

    No.3

    pp. 9-13

     

    Software Reseller License Agreement

    No.3

    pp. 14-22

    Sheila M. Heidmiller

    Digital Copying and File Sharing on Trial

    No.4

    pp. 1-8

    Douglas L. Rogers

    The DMCA and Prohibitions of Technology

    No.4

    pp. 9-18

     

    Marketing Agreement

    No.4

    pp. 19-25

    Michael J. Garvin, Sonja C. Rice

    A Modest Expansion of the Attorney-Client Privilege Relating to patent Opinions Could Foster Honest Innovation

    No.5

    pp. 1-5

    Robert P. Schweihs

    Valuation of Intellectual Property Is the Focus of the New Accounting Guidelines

    No.5

    pp. 6-12

     

    Technology License Agreement

    No.5

    pp. 13-18

    Kara W. Swanson

    "Click to Accept": When Is an Enforceable Contract Formed?

    No.6

    pp. 1-6

    Scott J. Lochner

    Risk-Minimization Strategies in Licensing Intellectual Property from Entities That Are, or Might Become, Financially Troubled

    No.6

    pp. 7-11

     

    Confidentiality and Intellectual Property Assignment Agreement

    No.6

    pp. 12-18

    F. Gregory Lastowka

    Search Engines Under Siege: Do Paid Placement Listings Infringe Trademarks?

    No.7

    pp. 1-7

    Vernon W. Johnson III

    Use of Expert Testimony in Copyright Infringement Cases

    No.7

    pp. 8-11

     

    Content License Agreement

    No.7

    pp. 12-19

    George R. Meyer

    The 'First' First Inventor Defense vs. the 'Second' First Inventor Defense

    No.8

    pp. 1-8

    Douglas W. Kim, John Andrew Demos

    Intellectual Capital: An Economic Approach to Understanding the Societal Effect of Patent Protection

    No.8

    pp. 9-12

     

    Distribution Agreement

    No.8

    pp. 13-20

    Greg L. Berenstein, Christopher E. Campbell

    Electronic Contracting: The Current State of the Law and Best Practices

    No.9

    pp. 1-11

    Dan Sarel, Howard Marmorstein

    Designing Confusion Surveys for Cyberspace Trademark Litigation: The Admissibility vs. Weight Debate

    No.9

    pp. 12-17

     

    Sponsored Research Agreement

    No.9

    pp. 18-24

    William B. Slate

    Filing Strategies Under the Patent Cooperation Treaty

    No.10

    pp. 1-6

    Robert P. Andris

    Do Software Manufacturers Still Have the License to Sue?

    No.10

    pp. 7-11

     

    Material Transfer Agreement

    No.10

    pp. 12-16

    William H. Baker, Patrick D. Ertel

    The Lemelson Patents: A Retrospective

    No.11

    pp. 1-6

    John C. Gatz, Jeremie D. Moll

    Willfulness Trends of the Federal Circuit and Recommendations to Avoid Willful Infringement

    No.11

    pp. 7-15

    Mark E. Waddell

    Antitrust Concerns in Settlement of Pharmaceutical Patent Litigation

    No.12

    pp. 1-8

    Robert Groover III

    Maximizing Patent Productivity

    No.12

    pp. 9-16

    Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal, 2003, Vol.15

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    D. Chad. McCoy

    The Business Practicality of Electronic Discovery

    No.1

    pp. 1-7

    Thomas J. Parker, Amy S. Manning, Philippe Bennett

    FDA Marketing Exclusivity for Single Enantiomers of Previously Approved Racemates

    No.1

    pp. 8-10

    Edward Grief

    Electronic Laboratory Notebook Systems

    No.2

    pp. 1-5

    Dean A. Pelletier

    Access Denied -- Under What Circumstances Should In-House Counsel Fight to See the Other Party's Confidential Materials in Patent Litigation?

    No.2

    pp. 6-10

    Kevin E. Noonan, Michael S. Greenfield, Donald L. Zuhn

    Paradise Lost: The Uncertain Future of Research Tool Patents

    No.3

    pp. 1-11

    David J.F. Gross, Lee Pulju

    Ten Things to Consider Before Sending a Patent Infringement Warning Letter

    No.3

    pp. 12-14

    Iliana Haleen, Adam Lindquist Scoville

    United States Ratifies the Madrid Protocol: Pros and Cons for Trademark Owners

    No.3

    pp.1-13

    James E. Ruland

    Identifying the Unglittering Gold: Recognizing Minor Improvements and Obtaining Valuable Patents

    No.4

    pp. 4-9

    Robert Groover

    Managing Patent Quality

    No.5

    pp. 1-8

    Stephen Becker

    Claim Drafting for Literal Infringement

    No.5

    pp. 9-13

    Russell J. Genet

    Caught by the Web: A Web Site Can Subject a Company to Lawsuits in Far Away States

    No.6

    pp. 1-5

    Scott W. Breedlove

    Clean Flicks v. Hollywood: Intellectual Property Owners Losing Control

    No.6

    pp. 6-11

    Douglas L. Rogers

    The SCO Litigation: Maintaining Walls Around Trade Secrets or Attacking the Knowledge of Those Outside the Walls?

    No.7

    pp. 1-9

    B. Parker Livingston Jr., Bryce J. Maynard

    US Supreme Court's Ruling Roils Dilution Waters

    No.7

    pp. 11-15

    Kenneth S. Weitzman

    A Patentee's Dilemma: Providing Actual Notice of Infringement Without Becoming Subject to a Declaratory Judgment Action

    No.8

    pp. 1-5

    Terrence M. Brennan

    Purchasing Software: What Corporate Counsel Need to Know

    No.8

    pp. 6-9

    Steven Z. Szczepanski, Justin D. Swindells

    How to Evaluate and Properly Rely on Patent Opinions

    No.9

    pp. 1-8

    Jon Dettmann, Mike Stanchfield

    Will Intellectual Property Rights Survive a Merger?

    No.9

    pp. 9-11

    Marguerite S. Walsh

    The Top Ten Reasons Employers Lose Trade Secret Cases--And How To Prevent Them

    No.10

    pp. 1-4

    Michael S. Greenfield, Anita J. Terpstra, David S. Harper

    The Doctrine of Equivalents: What's Left After Festo, Johnson and Johnston, and Sage Products?

    No.10

    pp. 5-14

    Frank M. Linguiti

    Preparing for a Visit from Ronald A. Katz Technology Licensing

    No.11

    pp. 1-5

    Robert P.Andris, Elise R.Vasquez

    Supreme Court Clarifies the Meaning of "Origin of Goods" in Trademark Law

    No.11

    pp. 6-10

    Dockrey, Jasper W.

    Licensee Estoppel: Coping with the Licensee's Dilemma

    No.12

    pp. 1-5

    Shari Claire Lewis

    UDRP Dispute Resolution Process Does Not Block Litigation in Cybersquatting Cases, Courts Rule

    No.12

    pp. 6-11

    Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal, 2004, Vol.16

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Adam Petravicius, Joseph T. Miotke

    Beyond the NDA: Digital Rights Management Isn't Just for Music

    No.1

    pp. 1-5

    John E. Nemazi, Michael S. Brodbine, Jeremy J. Curcuri

    The Provisional Priority Land Mine

    No.1

    pp. 6-9

    Coe A. Bloomberg

    Federal Funded Inventions and Bayh-Dole Act Compliance: Do You Really Own What You Think You Own?

    No.2

    pp. 1-6

    Thomas A. Lewry

    Managing Patent Cases: A Critique of the Northern District of California's Patent Local Rules and Suggestions for Doing It Right

    No.2

    pp. 7-11

    Robert M. Schulman

    A Review of Significant 2003 Federal Circuit Decisions Affecting Chemical, Pharmaceutical, and Biotech Inventions

    No.3

    pp. 1-11

    Cathryn Campbell

    Integra v. Merck: Is There a Safe Harbor for Research?

    No.3

    pp. 12-15

    Todd L. Krause, Brian D. Coggio

    Electronic Discovery: Where We Are, and Where We're Headed

    No.3

    pp. 16-24

    Robert M. Schulman

    A Review of Significant 2003 Federal Circuit Decisions Affecting Chemical, Pharmaceutical, and Biotech Inventions

    No.4

    pp. 1-7

    David C. Bohrer, Michael I. Frankel

    The Question Left Unanswered In WMS Gaming: What Is the Algorithm?

    No.4

    pp. 8-20

    Christopher N. Bolinger

    Using US Customs To Help Police Trademarks

    No.4

    pp. 21-24

    Robert M. Schulman

    A Review of Significant 2003 Federal Circuit Decisions Affecting Chemical, Pharmaceutical, and Biotech Inventions

    No.5

    pp. 1-11

    Cathryn Campbell

    Integra v. Merck: Is There a Safe Harbor for Research?

    No.5

    pp. 12-15

    Todd L. Krause, Brian D. Coggio

    Electronic Discovery: Where We Are, and Where We're Headed

    No.5

    pp. 16-24

    Gary Edward Hood

    Refuse to Play the Game: An Alternative Document Production Strategy in Intellectual Property Litigation

    No.5

    pp. 1-9

    Konrad L. Trope, Paula K. Royalty

    Current Legal Issues Surrounding the Regulation of Voice Over Internet Protocol

    No.5

    pp. 10-15

    Carlo M. Cotrone

    Patent Applications Containing Personal Information: A Survival Guide to Minimize Exposure Under Privacy Laws

    No.5

    pp. 16-20

    Peter Katz

    Copyright Infringement: The Perils of Indirect Liability

    No.6

    pp. 1-6

    Deanna Conn

    Are Independent Distributor Web Sites Too Independent?

    No.6

    pp. 7-11

    Peter S. Sloane

    Preventing the Unauthorized Importation of Altered Gray Market Goods: Practical Suggestions for US Trademark Owners

    No.6

    pp. 12-15

    Michael Bednarek, Markus Ineichen

    Patent Pools as an Alternative to Patent Wars in Emergent Sectors

    No.7

    pp. 1-5

    Charles Vorndran

    The Many Faces of Nanotechnology

    No.7

    pp. 6-11

    Ronald R. Urbach, Gary A. Kibel

    Adware/Spyware: An Update Regarding Pending Litigation and Legislation

    No.7

    pp. 12-16

    Manny D. Pokotilow

    Why Alternative Dispute Resolution Should Be Used for Intellectual Property Disputes

    No.7

    pp. 17-20

    J. Michael Martinez De Andino, Rodger L. Tate, Tyler Maddry

    Conducting an Intellectual Property Due Diligence Investigation

    No.8

    pp. 1-3

     

    Checklist: products and competitors

    No.8

    pp. 4-6

    Rouz Tabaddor, Samuel Shehadeh

    Implied Warranty Against Infringement: U.C.C. 2-312(3)

    No.8

    pp. 7-11

     

    Federal Circuit Holds That Settlement Agreement Between Patent Owner and Component Supplier Sublicenses Supplier's Customers to Use Component

    No.8

    pp. 12-12

    Brian M. Buroker

    Business-Method Patents: They're Not Just for Dotcom Companies Anymore

    No.9

    pp. 1-4

    Teresa O. Bittenbender, John W. Ryan

    Recent Developments in Pharmaceutical Patent Litigation

    No.9

    pp. 5-7

    Elliott C. Bankendorf, Sherry L. Rollo

    Hopping the HIPAA Hurdle: Proving Trademark Use in the Healthcare Industry

    No.10

    pp. 1-5

    Christopher S. Channel

    The Twisted Path of the Music File-Sharing Litigation: The Cases That Have Shaped the Litigation and the RIAA's Litigation Strategy

    No.10

    pp. 6-12

    Patrick D. Ertel, Thomas J. Ramsdell

    Common Interest and Joint Representation Groups in Patent Litigation: The Practical Aspects of an Emerging Legal Tool

    No.10

    pp. 13-21

    Timothy J. Meinhart, Gregg S. Gaffen

    A Lawyer's Guide to Discount Rates and Capitalization Rates

    No.10

    pp. 22-25

    Robert J. Benson

    The Increasing Significance of Computer Forensics in Litigation

    No.11

    pp. 1-4

    Russel O. Primeaux, Dustin Flint

    Instant Messaging: Does It Belong in the Workplace?

    No.11

    pp. 5-7

    Vickie L. Henry, Barbara A. Fiacco

    The Federal Circuit Ends the Adverse Inference: Do You Still Need an Opinion of Counsel?

    No.11

    pp. 8-12

    Amy L. Landers

    US Supreme Court Set to Make a Lasting Impression in Trademark Law: K.P. Permanent

    No.11

    pp. 13-16

    Bruce D. Sunstein, Rebecca L. Hanovice

    Making Words Mean Just What We Choose Them to Mean: Patent Claim Interpretation in Light of Phillips v. AWH

    No.12

    pp. 1-4

    William G. Abbatt

    Bringing Out the Big Gun: Invoking the Sherman Act in Patent Litigation

    No.12

    pp. 5-7

    Dana Kolesar

    Intra-Family Electronic Surveillance and Access: Application of Traditional Privacy Law and Exceptions to New Technology

    No.12

    pp. 8-18

    Donald J. Featherstone, Michael D. Specht

    Nanotechnology Patents: A Snapshot of Nanotechnology Patenting Through an Analysis of 10 Top Nanotech Patents

    No.12

    pp. 19-24

    Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal, 2005, Vol.17

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Thomas J. Smedinghoff

    Trends in the Law of Information Security

    No.1

    pp. 1-5

    Ted J. Ebersole, Marvin C. Guthrie, Jorge A. Goldstein

    Patent Pools as a Solution to the Licensing Problems of Diagnostic Genetics

    No.1

    pp. 6-13

    Miriam Claire Beezy, Reese A. Pecot

    Caveat Emptor or "Let the Buyer Beware": Applying Diligent Investor Principles to Trademark and Copyright Issues in Mergers and Acquisitions

    No.1

    pp. 14-23

    Steve O'Brien

    Winning Back a Famous or Well-Known Trademark

    No.1

    pp. 24-26

    Daniel Bromberg, Sabrina Underwood

    Constitutional Limits on Copyrights

    No.2

    pp. 1-6

    Amy Manning, Tom Parker, Philippe Bennett

    "Authorized Generics" Can Frustrate Patent Challenges by Generic Manufacturers

    No.2

    pp. 7-10

    J. Heath Dixon

    Privacy Laws and Doing Business Online

    No.2

    pp. 11-20

    Kenneth A. Liebman, Randall E. Kahnke, Kerry L. Bundy

    Inevitable Disclosure: Dealing with Trade Secret Issues When Hiring a New Employee

    No.2

    pp. 21-23

    K. Shannon Mrksich, Pradip K. Sahu

    Supreme Court Grants Cert in Landmark Hatch-Waxman Case

    No.3

    pp. 1-4

    Paul R. Kitch

    DMCA Is OEMs Ticket to "Super-Patenting" the Unpatentable

    No.3

    pp. 5-13

    Randall G. Block

    Disqualifying Expert Witnesses

    No.3

    pp. 14-20

    Barbara L. Delaney, Sharon R. Klein, Charles S. Marion, Dana T. Nguyen, Tracey S. Pachman

    California Privacy and Security Legislation Affects Entire Nation

    No.3

    pp. 21-24

    Monique A. Morneault, Gregory G. Schlenz, Amy M. Crout Ziegler

    Patenting Cloning and Stem Cell Technology: Controversy and Comparison in the United States and Europe

    No.4

    pp. 1-6

    Mary M. Luria, Ashima A. Dayal

    Copyright Registration and Damages for Infringement of Photographs

    No.4

    pp. 7-9

    Thomas C. Chuang

    Obvious Inventions and the Nature of the Problem Being Solved

    No.4

    pp. 10-13

    Braden Cox

    One Bundle, Many Antitrust Laws: The Dilemma for Digital Products

    No.4

    pp. 14-17

    Christopher A. Harkins

    Overcoming the Extraterritorial Bar to Bringing Copyright Actions: On Pleading Copyright Infringement to Protect Copyrighted Works from the Defendant That Ships Overseas for Distribution Abroad

    No.5

    pp. 1-9

    Joseph J. Lewczak, Michael Abitbol

    Avoiding the Legal Pitfalls of Text Messaging, Video Games, Dating, and Gambling on Wireless Devices

    No.5

    pp. 10-15

    Patrick G. Gattari

    Determining Inventorship for US Patent Applications

    No.5

    pp. 16-19

    Mary J. Hildebrand, Jacqueline Klosek

    Recent Security Breaches Highlight the Important Role of Data Security in Privacy Compliance Programs

    No.5

    pp. 20-23

    Minda R. Schechter

    The Federal Circuit "Ties" the Hands of Patent Holders: Antitrust Liability for Tying May Be Easier to Prove

    No.6

    pp. 1-5

    Wendy Yan

    The Electronic Signatures Law: China's First National E-Commerce Legislation

    No.6

    pp. 6-10

    Robert W. Esmond, Robert A. Schwartzman

    The Patent Infringement Exemption Land Grab

    No.6

    pp. 11-14

    Jacqueline Klosek

    Data Privacy and Security Are a Significant Part of the Outsourcing Equation

    No.6

    pp. 15-19

    Tamsen Valoir

    Deposition Transcripts: Are They Subject to Copyright Protection?

    No.7

    pp. 1-5

    Gregory B. Wood, Charlene Brownlee

    IP Due Diligence and Records Management

    No.7

    pp. 6-8

    Paula D. Heyman

    Using a Patent Portfolio to Defend Against a Patent Infringement Suit

    No.7

    pp. 9-15

    Jeremy H. Gottschalk

    The Risks Associated with the Business Use of Email

    No.7

    pp. 16-18

    James E. Ruland

    35 U.S.C. 102(e), the "Other" Prior Art

    No.8

    pp. 1-7

    Matthew P. Becker

    Reinventing Patent Law: Review of Proposed Changes in the Patent Act of 2005

    No.8

    pp. 8-12

    Colbern C. Stuart III, Matthew C. Lapple

    MGM v. Grokster: Multimillion-Dollar Questions That the Supreme Court Did Not Answer

    No.8

    pp. 13-21

    Gregory L. Mayback, Erica W. Stump

    And You Thought Your Federally Registered Mark Was Safe ...

    No.8

    pp. 22-24

    David C. Brezina

    Survey Types in Likelihood-of-Confusion Cases: Examining Confusion in Competitive and Noncompetitive Products

    No.9

    pp. 1-7

    David L. Schwartz

    Protecting Improvements to Manufacturing Processes

    No.9

    pp. 8-12

    Mary M. Luria

    Trade Associations Face Important Patent/ Antitrust Issues

    No.9

    pp. 13-19

    Bradley C. Wright

    Don't Throw Out the Dictionaries: The Aftermath of Phillips v. AWH Corp

    No.9

    pp. 20-23

    Tamsen Valoir

    Drug Discovery after Integra v. Merck

    No.10

    pp. 1-5

    Michael I. Markowitz

    Being Creative about Being Creative: Why and How the Inventive Process Should Be Documented

    No.10

    pp. 6-11

    Douglas Robinson, Nina Medlock

    Diamond v. Chakrabarty: A Retrospective on 25 Years of Biotech Patents

    No.10

    pp. 12-15

    Gary Beaver

    Initiating an Anticybersquatting Case: Some Practical Considerations

    No.10

    pp. 16-22

    Diana J.P. McKenzie, Milton L. Petersen, Ann C. Wallis

    Controlling the Chaos: A New Approach to Streamlining Outsourcing Negotiations

    No.11

    pp. 1-6

    Tamsen Valoir

    DNA Fragments Lack Utility: In re Fisher

    No.11

    pp. 7-10

    Charles R. Krikorian

    Inherent Anticipation: How to Invalidate a Patent with Guinea Pig Hair and Broccoli Sprouts

    No.11

    pp. 11-14

    Madhu Goel

    Internet Defamation: Where Must a Defendant Defend?

    No.11

    pp. 15-17

    Alain Georges, Matteo F. Bay

    Essential Facilities: A Doctrine Clearly in Need of Limiting Principles?

    No.12

    pp. 1-4

    David K. Tellekson, Elizabeth A. Richardson, Sandra S. Lee

    Strategies for Attacking and Defending Pharmaceutical Patents: A Modern Take on "The Art of War"

    No.12

    pp. 5-14

    Robert A. Schwartzman

    Assertion of the Doctrine of Equivalents in Biotechnology Litigation: About as Successful as in Other Arts

    No.12

    pp. 15-25

    Ernest V. Linek, John P. Iwanicki

    Brazil's Agreement with Abbott: A New Perspective on Patent Prosecution as a Business Process

    No.12

    pp. 26-28

    Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal, 2006, Vol.18

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Rebort W. Esmond, Robert A. Schwartzman, Ted J. Ebersole

    Stem Cells: The Patent Landscape

    No.1

    pp. 1-4

    Brain E. Ferguson, Stephen K. Shahida, Ted Jou

    From Deepsouth Shrimp to Microsoft Windows: Exporting Components of Patented Inventions Under 35 U.S.C. 271(f)

    No.1

    pp. 5-9

    Stephen Elliott, Charles Graybow

    The Right to License Packages of Patents for a Single Royalty

    No.1

    pp. 10-12

    Micheal D. Kaminski

    Effective Management of US Patent Litigation

    No.1

    pp. 13-24

    Karin Segall, William R. Thornewell

    Test Driving the Proposed Revisions to the Federal Dilution Statute

    No.2

    pp. 1-7

    G. Brian Busey, Rory J. Radding

    Trademark Owners Beware: Use of Alternate Sales Channels Jeopardizes Enforcement Against Gray Market Goods

    No.2

    pp. 8-11

    Ross Dannenberg

    Copyright Protection for Digitally Delivered Music: A Global Affair

    No.2

    pp. 12-16

    Stephen R. Buckingham, Matthew Savare

    Grokster's Impact on Patent Law: Does It Resolve a Federal Circuit Split?

    No.2

    pp. 17-20

    Anthony L. Fletcher

    The US Statement of Use: Get It Right or It's F-R-A-U-D!

    No.3

    pp. 1-3

    Ernest V. Linek, John P. Iwanicki

    International Efforts Are Achieving Credible IP Enforcement Even Amid Chronic Abuse

    No.3

    pp. 4-7

    Paul F. McQuade, Natalia W. Geren

    How to Ensure That Your Off-Shore Preparation of US Patent Applications Does Not Run Afoul of US Export Controls

    No.3

    pp. 8-13

    G. W. Thielman

    Disclosure and Acknowledgement of References

    No.3

    pp. 14-26

    John W. Branch, John LaBarre, Nicholas Szabo

    Gaming the System: Intellectual Property Protection for the Video Game Industry

    No.4

    pp. 1-6

    Dawn-Marie Bey

    Authority and Issues to Consider Prior to Entering into Funding Agreements with the Federal Government

    No.4

    pp. 7-16

    Robert R. Riddle

    Supreme Court to Review Validity of Test-Plus-Correlate Claims: LabCorp v. Metabolite

    No.4

    pp. 17-20

    Giovanna M. Cinelli, Jeremy K. Huffman

    Outsourcing: Is it Really Worth the Cost?

    No.4

    pp. 21-23

    David C. Bohan

    The Potential Competitive Consequences of Recent IP Disputes in the Futures and Options Industries

    No.5

    pp. 1-5

    Roy J. Rosser

    Electronic Patent Filing: The USPTO Finally Gets It Right

    No.5

    pp. 6-11

    John F. Luman III, Christopher L. Dodson

    No Longer a Myth, the Emergence of the Patent Troll: Stifling Innovation, Increasing Litigation, and Extorting Billions

    No.5

    pp. 12-16

    Michael V. Messinger, Patrick E. Garrett, Jason D. Eisenberg, Timothy A. Doyle

    Taking It to the Limit: Patentable Human Activity and Promoting Progress

    No.5

    pp. 17-23

    Thomas I. Ross

    Making Patent Plaintiffs Pay

    No.6

    pp. 1-6

    Michael M. Carlson

    The Patent Marking Requirement and Recovery of Damages for Infringement

    No.6

    pp. 7-9

    Stephen A. Becker, Astrid R. Spain

    Perspective Lost: Alleviating the Patent Office's Backlog at the Expense of Innovation

    No.6

    pp. 10-12

    James D. Rosener, Shawn P. McAveney

    Controlling Chaos: Frameworks for Governing Virtual Relationships: Part 1

    No.6

    pp. 13-23

    Paula Campbell Evans

    Offshore Activities May (or May Not) Avoid US Patent Infringement

    No.7

    pp. 1-4

    Ronald M. Daignault, Sami J. Valkonen

    Willful Patent Infringement after Knorr-Bremse

    No.7

    pp. 5-8

    Donna O. Purdue

    Recent Patent Appeals Court Ruling Clarifies Requirements for Product-by-Process Claims

    No.7

    pp. 9-11

    James D. Rosener, Shawn P. McAveney

    Controlling Chaos: Frameworks for Governing Virtual Relationships (Part II, Substantive Law Issues)

    No.7

    pp. 12-20

    Jeffrey P. Dunning

    Whatever Happened to New Kids on the Block? The Nominative Fair Use Defense to Trademark Infringement

    No.8

    pp. 1-10

    Robert S. Gerber

    Mixing It up on the Web: Legal Issues Arising from Internet "Mashups"

    No.8

    pp. 11-14

    John T. Delacourt, Jason K. Levine

    Independent Ink: Supreme Court Lowers Antitrust Barriers to IP Tying and Bundling Arrangements

    No.8

    pp. 15-17

    Scott A. Burow, Joseph J. Berghammer

    Patent Protection in the Biotechnology Industry: A Unique Approach to Obtaining Fast Patent Rights

    No.8

    pp. 18-20

    Nina Medlock, Robert Resis, Joslyn Barritt

    The Non-Practicing Patentee's Right to a Permanent Injunction Restraining Patent Infringement: Going Once, Going Twice, Gone?

    No.9

    pp. 1-4

    Keith E. Broyles, William Hubbard

    Repelling Patent Trolls After eBay

    No.9

    pp. 5-11

    James M. Wu

    China Pushing Forward with IP Protection

    No.9

    pp. 12-14

    Robert J. Benson

    Beyond Borders: How US Patent and Copyright Laws Can Reach Transactions That Occur Entirely Outside US Borders

    No.9

    pp. 15-20

    Ryan S. Goldstein, Kristen Bird, Iris K. Woon

    Specialized IP Trial Courts Around The World

    No.10

    pp. 1-5

    Jennifer Cozeolino

    Gaming of the Generic Drug Approval Process to be Disciplined by the Supreme Court?

    No.10

    pp. 6-8

    Stankovic, Bratislav

    The Use of Examples in Patent Applications

    No.10

    pp. 9-16

    William A. Tanenbaum

    Why Combining Force Majeure and Disaster Recovery Provisions Makes Sense

    No.10

    pp. 17-20

    Holly Beth Billington

    The Podcasting Explosion: US and International Law Implications

    No.11

    pp. 1-5

    Alan Behr, Andria Beeler-Norrholm

    Fame, Fortune, and the Occasional Branding Misstep: When Good Celebrities Go Bad

    No.11

    pp. 6-11

    Tamsen Valoir

    Six Methods of Preserving Market Exclusivity

    No.11

    pp. 12-16

    Robert J. Lewis

    Protecting a Sensory Attribute of Food by Patent

    No.11

    pp. 17-21

    Van Nguyen

    Whose Idea Is It Anyway? New Approaches to the protection of "Mere Ideas"

    No.12

    pp. 1-3

    Adam Biegel, Rod Ganske, Jon Jurgovan

    Broadened Antitrust Liability for Abusing Standards-Setting Process

    No.12

    pp. 4-6

    Rod S. Berman, Thomas M. Geher

    When Perpetual Doesn't Mean Forever: Trademark Licenses In Bankruptcy

    No.12

    pp. 7-9

    Patrick Doody

    The Patent System Is Not Broken

    No.12

    pp. 10-24

    Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal, 2007, Vol.19

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Christopher D. Newkirk, Thomas A. Forker

    Does YouTube's Bright Past Mean a Cloudy Future?

    No.1

    pp. 1-6

    Todd N. Spalding, Michele M. Simkin

    How Will Patents Impact the Commercialization of Stem Cell Therapeutics?

    No.1

    pp. 7-11

    Todd R. Miller

    New Procedures at the USPTO: The Risks and Rewards of Accelerated Patent Examination within 12 Months

    No.1

    pp. 12-17

    David J. Stewart, Charlena L. Thorpe

    Trademark Dilution Revision Act of 2006 Signed Into Law

    No.1

    pp. 18-20

    James E. Hanft, Stacey S. Kerns

    The Return of the Inequitable Conduct Plague: When "I Did Not Know" Unexpectedly Becomes "You Should Have Known"

    No.2

    pp. 1-5

    Lester Ross, Grace Chen

    A Crackdown on Foreign Involvement in China's Internet Industry?

    No.2

    pp. 6-9

    Gay Parks Rainville

    When a Biomedical Device Fails: Navigating the Regulatory and Legal Landscape

    No.2

    pp. 10-12

    Maureen E. O'Neill, Kirby D. Behre, Anne W. Nergaard

    New E-Discovery Rules: How Companies Should Prepare

    No.2

    pp. 13-16

    Tani Chen

    Can a Biological Sequence Be Copyrighted?

    No.3

    pp. 1-6

    Lawrence Rosenthal, Christopher R. Donoho, Richard Eskew, Patrick G. Diamond

    Celebrity Rights of Publicity: For Sale, But Not Necessarily Available for Creditors

    No.3

    pp. 7-9

    Kevin E. Noonan

    Subject Matter Jurisdiction, Declaratory Judgment Actions, and Patent Challenges by Licensees: Everything the Federal Circuit Knows Is Wrong

    No.3

    pp. 10-15

    Lisa A. Chiarini

    The Potential Effects of Foreign Prosecution on Patent Infringement Litigation

    No.3

    pp. 16-19

    Patrick Doody

    The Patent System Is Not Broken: Errata

    No.3

    pp. 20-20

    Steven D. Hemminger

    Section 337 of the Tariff Act: Global IP Protection in Our Global Economy?

    No.4

    pp. 1-4

    Amy E. Hamilton, Peter E. Strand

    Corporate Depositions in Patent Infringement Cases: Rule 30(b)(6) Is Broken and Needs to Be Fixed

    No.4

    pp. 5-14

    Tamsen V. Valoir, Robert L. Abdon, Ling Wong

    Calculating Patent Term: A Tricky Business

    No.4