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Issue 17:4 (Fall 2002)

BIOINFORMATICS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION
M. Scott McBride

IS PATENT LAW TECHNOLOGY-SPECIFIC?
Dan L. Burk and Mark A. Lemley

WESTERN FRONTIER OR FEUDAL SOCIETY?: METAPHORS AND PERCEPTIONS OF CYBERSPACE
Alfred C. Yen

AGAINST “AGAINST CYBERANARCHY”
David G. Post

CLOSING FEDERALISM'S LOOPHOLE IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
Robert T. Neufeld

INNOVATION VS. EVASION: CLARIFYING PATENT RIGHTS IN SECOND-GENERATION GENES AND PROTEINS
Antony L. Ryan and Roger G. Brooks

Issue 17:3 (Summer 2002)

The Empirical Case Against Asymmetric Regulation of Broadband Internet Access
Robert W. Crandall, J. Gregory Sidak, and Hal J. Singer

Realspace Sovereigns in Cyberspace: Problems with the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act
Catherine T. Struve and R. Polk Wagner

Inventions, Industry Standards, and Intellectual Property
Mark R. Patterson

Prioritizing Privacy: A Constitutional Response to the Internet
Elbert Lin


Issue 17:2 (Spring 2002)

Patent Misuse Through the Capture of Industry Standards
by Janice M. Mueller

Harmony and Diversity in Global Patent Law
by John F. Duffy

The Responsibility of the Rulemaker: Comparative Approaches to Patent Administrative Reform
by John R. Thomas

Carrots and Sticks to Create a Better Patent System
by Jay P. Kesan

Strict Liability and its Alternatives in Patent Law
by Roger D. Blair and Thomas F. Carter

Jury Demands: Who's Asking?
by Kimberly A. Moore

Specialized Trial Courts: Concentrating Expertise on Fact
by Arti K. Rai

Patent Abolitionism
by Mark D. Janis

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