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2006

Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

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Electronically Stored Information: The December 2006 Amendments To The Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure, Kenneth J. Withers Jan 2006

Electronically Stored Information: The December 2006 Amendments To The Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure, Kenneth J. Withers

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No abstract provided.


Evaluating The Proposed Changes To Federal Rule Of Civil Procedure 37: Spoliation, Routine Operation And The Rules Enabling Act, Nathan D. Larsen Jan 2006

Evaluating The Proposed Changes To Federal Rule Of Civil Procedure 37: Spoliation, Routine Operation And The Rules Enabling Act, Nathan D. Larsen

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No abstract provided.


Trademark Dilution In Japan, Kenneth L. Port Jan 2006

Trademark Dilution In Japan, Kenneth L. Port

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No abstract provided.


Identification Of Trade Secret Claims In Litigation: Solutions For A Ubiquitous Dispute, Charles Tait Graves, Brian D. Range Jan 2006

Identification Of Trade Secret Claims In Litigation: Solutions For A Ubiquitous Dispute, Charles Tait Graves, Brian D. Range

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No abstract provided.


Rule 37(F) Meets Its Critics: The Justification For A Limited Preservation Safe Harbor For Esi, Thomas Y. Allman Jan 2006

Rule 37(F) Meets Its Critics: The Justification For A Limited Preservation Safe Harbor For Esi, Thomas Y. Allman

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A New Economics Of Trademarks, David W. Barnes Jan 2006

A New Economics Of Trademarks, David W. Barnes

Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

Conventional wisdom holds that trademarks are nothing like other intellectual property. Copyright and patent law are theoretically based in public goods theory and are designed to promote creation and disclosure of original expressions and novel, useful innovations. By contrast, trademarks are private goods and trademark law is designed to promote trade and encourage competition.

This article challenges conventional wisdom by demonstrating that trademarks are a type of public good that contributes to the public stock of useful ideas just as patented and copyrighted works do. This economic perspective suggests, again contrary to conventional trademark theory, that competitive markets fail to ...


A New Tool For Analyzing Intellectual Property, Stephen M. Mcjohn Jan 2006

A New Tool For Analyzing Intellectual Property, Stephen M. Mcjohn

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No abstract provided.


"Consumer Protection:" Consumer Strategies And The European Market In Genetically Modified Foods, Johanna Gibson Jan 2006

"Consumer Protection:" Consumer Strategies And The European Market In Genetically Modified Foods, Johanna Gibson

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No abstract provided.


Easing The Claim Construction Blow With Early-Discovery Markman Hearings That Are Appealable To The Federal Circuit On An Interlocutory Basis, Srikanth K. Reddy Jan 2006

Easing The Claim Construction Blow With Early-Discovery Markman Hearings That Are Appealable To The Federal Circuit On An Interlocutory Basis, Srikanth K. Reddy

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No abstract provided.


A Realist Approach To Merck Kgaa V. Integra, Daniel A. Lev Jan 2006

A Realist Approach To Merck Kgaa V. Integra, Daniel A. Lev

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No abstract provided.


Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer V. Grokster: Unpredictability In Digital Copyright Law, Kent Schoen Jan 2006

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer V. Grokster: Unpredictability In Digital Copyright Law, Kent Schoen

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Injunctive Relief: A Charming Betsy Boomerang, Harold C. Wegner Jan 2006

Injunctive Relief: A Charming Betsy Boomerang, Harold C. Wegner

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No abstract provided.


Piracy: Twelve Year-Olds, Grandmothers, And Other Good Targets For The Recording Industry's File Sharing Litigation, Matthew Sag Jan 2006

Piracy: Twelve Year-Olds, Grandmothers, And Other Good Targets For The Recording Industry's File Sharing Litigation, Matthew Sag

Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

No abstract provided.