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The Incentives/Access Tradeoff, David W. Barnes 2010 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

The Incentives/Access Tradeoff, David W. Barnes

Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

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The Overly Active Corpse Of Red Lion, Thomas W. Hazlett, Sarah Oh, Drew Clark 2010 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

The Overly Active Corpse Of Red Lion, Thomas W. Hazlett, Sarah Oh, Drew Clark

Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

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O’Keefe And The Wheel That Begs For Reinvention: An Exceptionalist Approach To Electronic Discovery In Criminal Actions, Jared S. Beckerman 2010 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

O’Keefe And The Wheel That Begs For Reinvention: An Exceptionalist Approach To Electronic Discovery In Criminal Actions, Jared S. Beckerman

Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

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Post-Judgment Remedies In Reaching Patents, Copyrights And Trademarks In The Enforcement Of A Money Judgment, David J. Cook 2010 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Post-Judgment Remedies In Reaching Patents, Copyrights And Trademarks In The Enforcement Of A Money Judgment, David J. Cook

Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

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Patent Valuation: Aren’T We Forgetting Something? Making The Case For Claims Analysis In Patent Valuation By Proposing A Patent Valuation Method And A Patent-Specific Discount Rate Using The Capm, Malcolm T. Meeks, Charles A. Eldering 2010 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Patent Valuation: Aren’T We Forgetting Something? Making The Case For Claims Analysis In Patent Valuation By Proposing A Patent Valuation Method And A Patent-Specific Discount Rate Using The Capm, Malcolm T. Meeks, Charles A. Eldering

Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

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Three Years Post-Ksr: A Practitioner’S Guide To “Winning” Arguments On Obviousness And A Look At What May Lay Ahead, Katherine M. L. Hayes 2010 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Three Years Post-Ksr: A Practitioner’S Guide To “Winning” Arguments On Obviousness And A Look At What May Lay Ahead, Katherine M. L. Hayes

Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

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Anti-Assignment Provisions, Copyright Licenses, And Intra-Group Mergers: The Effect Of Cincom V. Novelis, H. Justin Pace 2010 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Anti-Assignment Provisions, Copyright Licenses, And Intra-Group Mergers: The Effect Of Cincom V. Novelis, H. Justin Pace

Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

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An Uncertain Future: The Impact Of Medical Process And Diagnostic Method Patents On Healthcare In The United States, Margaret Kubick 2010 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

An Uncertain Future: The Impact Of Medical Process And Diagnostic Method Patents On Healthcare In The United States, Margaret Kubick

Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

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Ensuring Innovation As The Internet Matures: Competing Interpretations Of The Intellectual Property Exception To The Communications Decency Act Immunity, Joshua Dubnow 2010 Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Ensuring Innovation As The Internet Matures: Competing Interpretations Of The Intellectual Property Exception To The Communications Decency Act Immunity, Joshua Dubnow

Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

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Two-Dimensional Federalism And Foreign Affairs Preemption, Michael Aaron Granne 2010 Valparaiso University

Two-Dimensional Federalism And Foreign Affairs Preemption, Michael Aaron Granne

Valparaiso University Law Review

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Complimentary Discrimination And Complementary Discrimination In Faculty Hiring, Angela Onwuachi-Willig 2010 Berkeley Law

Complimentary Discrimination And Complementary Discrimination In Faculty Hiring, Angela Onwuachi-Willig

Faculty Scholarship

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The Road To Virtual Equality, Angela Onwuachi-Willig 2010 Berkeley Law

The Road To Virtual Equality, Angela Onwuachi-Willig

Faculty Scholarship

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Short Order Rule Of Law: A Role For The Short-Term Consultant, Stephen A. Rosenbaum 2010 Berkeley Law

Short Order Rule Of Law: A Role For The Short-Term Consultant, Stephen A. Rosenbaum

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The Alien Tort Statute: An Overview Of The Current Issues, Richard M. Buxbaum, David D. Caron 2010 Berkeley Law

The Alien Tort Statute: An Overview Of The Current Issues, Richard M. Buxbaum, David D. Caron

Faculty Scholarship

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Patent Claim Construction: A Modern Synthesis And Structured Framework, Peter S. Menell, Matthew D. Powers, Steven C. Carlson 2010 Berkeley Law

Patent Claim Construction: A Modern Synthesis And Structured Framework, Peter S. Menell, Matthew D. Powers, Steven C. Carlson

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Inefficiencies In The Information Thicket: A Case Study Of Derivative Disclosures During The Financial Crisis, Robert P. Bartlett 2010 Berkeley Law

Inefficiencies In The Information Thicket: A Case Study Of Derivative Disclosures During The Financial Crisis, Robert P. Bartlett

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Empathy And Experience In The Sotomayor Hearings, Kathryn Abrams 2010 Berkeley Law

Empathy And Experience In The Sotomayor Hearings, Kathryn Abrams

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If I Had A Hammer: Can Shepardizing, Synthesis, And Other Tools Of Legal Writing Help Build Hope For Law Students?, Edward R. Becker 2010 University of Michigan Law School

If I Had A Hammer: Can Shepardizing, Synthesis, And Other Tools Of Legal Writing Help Build Hope For Law Students?, Edward R. Becker

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Are lawyers mechanics? In 1920, photographer Lewis Hines took a striking photo of a powerhouse mechanic sure-handedly wielding a large wrench to tighten bolts on a steam pump. This picture may bring to mind many things, but I suspect that many legal writing professors in our (past or present) incarnations as practicing attorneys would not look at this image and think, "My job is a lot like that." Similarly, I assume that many of our students do not think of a lawyer's role in this way. Indeed, many of our students might have chosen to pursue a career in ...


The Future Of Disparate Impact, Richard A. Primus 2010 University of Michigan Law School

The Future Of Disparate Impact, Richard A. Primus

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The Supreme Court's decision in Ricci v. DeStefano foregrounded the question of whether Title VIl's disparate impact standard conflicts with equal protection. This Article shows that there are three ways to read Ricci, one of which is likely fatal to disparate impact doctrine but the other two of which are not.


Constitutional Expectations, Richard A. Primus 2010 University of Michigan Law School

Constitutional Expectations, Richard A. Primus

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The inauguration of Barack Obama was marred by one of the smallest constitutional crises in American history. As we all remember, the President did not quite recite his oath as it appears in the Constitution. The error bothered enough people that the White House redid the ceremony a day later, taking care to get the constitutional text exactly right. Or that, at least, is what everyone thinks happened. What actually happened is more interesting. The second time through, the President again departed from the Constitution's text. But the second time, nobody minded. Or even noticed. In that unremarked feature ...


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