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BLTJ > Articles > Volume 7 (1992)

Issue 7:2 (Fall 1992)

Science and Toxic Torts: Is There a Rational Solution to the Problem of Causation?
by Susan R. Poulter

Antitrust and International Competitiveness: Is Encouraging Production Joint Ventures Worth the Cost?
by Donald K. Stockdale, Jr.

Software Litigation in the Year 200: The Effect of Object-Oriented Design Methodologies on Traditional Software Jurisprudence
by David M. Barkan

The Experimental Use Exception to Infringement Applied to Federally Funded Inventions
by Suzanne T. Michel
 
 

Issue 7:1 (Spring 1992)

Uncertainty and the Standard of Patentability
by Robert P. Merges

The Semiconductor Chip Protection Act: Past Present, and Future
by Steven P. Kasch

Issues in the Regulation of Bioengineered Food
by Karen Goldman Herman

University Physician-Researcher Conflicts of Interest: The Inadequacy of Current Controls and Proposed Reform
by Claire Turcotte Maatz

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