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Art In The Age Of Contractual Negotiation, Christopher G. Bradley, Brian L. Frye Jan 2019

Art In The Age Of Contractual Negotiation, Christopher G. Bradley, Brian L. Frye

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Experimenting With State-Enacted Resale Rights, Guy A. Rub Jan 2019

Experimenting With State-Enacted Resale Rights, Guy A. Rub

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Ai And The "Death Of Trademark", Michael Grynberg Jan 2019

Ai And The "Death Of Trademark", Michael Grynberg

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Limiting Lessons From Property: Reimagining The Public Domain In The Image Of The Public Trust Doctrine, Deirdré A. Keller Jan 2019

Limiting Lessons From Property: Reimagining The Public Domain In The Image Of The Public Trust Doctrine, Deirdré A. Keller

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Misadventure Of Copyrighting State Law, Eric E. Johnson Jan 2019

The Misadventure Of Copyrighting State Law, Eric E. Johnson

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Trademark As A Property Right, Adam Mossoff Jan 2018

Trademark As A Property Right, Adam Mossoff

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Human Development As A Core Objective Of Global Intellectual Property, J. Janewa Osei'tutu Jan 2016

Human Development As A Core Objective Of Global Intellectual Property, J. Janewa Osei'tutu

Kentucky Law Journal

Global intellectual property obligations shape domestic laws and policies. More than twenty years since the first multilateral trade-based intellectual property agreement, critics contend that global intellectual property law prioritizes intellectual property rights over other interests, and profits over people. Faced with international intellectual-property obligations, nations have been forced to justify laws and policies designed to promote human development in areas such as health and education as exceptions to intellectual property protection. This is the result of legal interpretations that treat the objectives of intellectual property protection and human development as inconsistent with one another. Drawing on the objectives of trade …


An Unconventional Approach To Reviewing The Judicially Unreviewable: Applying The Dormant Commerce Clause To Copyright, Donald P. Harris Jan 2016

An Unconventional Approach To Reviewing The Judicially Unreviewable: Applying The Dormant Commerce Clause To Copyright, Donald P. Harris

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Association Of Molecular Pathology V. Myriad Genetics, Inc.: Determining The Scope Of The Supreme Court's Holding For Patentable Subject Matter, Ashley Winkler Jan 2015

Association Of Molecular Pathology V. Myriad Genetics, Inc.: Determining The Scope Of The Supreme Court's Holding For Patentable Subject Matter, Ashley Winkler

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Love's Labor's Lost: Marry For Love, Copyright Work Made-For-Hire, And Alienate At Your Leisure, Llewellyn Joseph Gibbons Jan 2012

Love's Labor's Lost: Marry For Love, Copyright Work Made-For-Hire, And Alienate At Your Leisure, Llewellyn Joseph Gibbons

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


When Concerted Conduct Leads To Misuse: An Examination Of The Federal Circuit's En Banc Holding In Princo, Jerrad T. Howard Jan 2012

When Concerted Conduct Leads To Misuse: An Examination Of The Federal Circuit's En Banc Holding In Princo, Jerrad T. Howard

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Overcoming The "Impossible Issue" Of Nonobviousness In Design Patents, Janice M. Mueller, Daniel Harris Brean Jan 2011

Overcoming The "Impossible Issue" Of Nonobviousness In Design Patents, Janice M. Mueller, Daniel Harris Brean

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


A Dangerous Undertaking Indeed: Juvenile Humor, Raunchy Jokes, Obscene Materials And Bad Taste In Copyright, David E. Shipley Jan 2010

A Dangerous Undertaking Indeed: Juvenile Humor, Raunchy Jokes, Obscene Materials And Bad Taste In Copyright, David E. Shipley

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Rewinding Time: Advances In Mitigating Hindsight Bias In Patent Obviousness Analysis, Jun Wu Jan 2009

Rewinding Time: Advances In Mitigating Hindsight Bias In Patent Obviousness Analysis, Jun Wu

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Creative Development: Helping Poor Countries By Building Creative Industries, Mark Schultz, Alec Van Gelder Jan 2008

Creative Development: Helping Poor Countries By Building Creative Industries, Mark Schultz, Alec Van Gelder

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The True Colors Of Trademark Law: Greenlighting A Red Tide Of Anti Competition Blues, Ann Bartow Jan 2008

The True Colors Of Trademark Law: Greenlighting A Red Tide Of Anti Competition Blues, Ann Bartow

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Friend Or Fiend? A "Fair Use" Analysis Of Audioblogs, Carson Blythe Morris Jan 2007

Friend Or Fiend? A "Fair Use" Analysis Of Audioblogs, Carson Blythe Morris

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


How To Give An Old Song A New License: A Recently Adopted Alternative To Rodgers And Hammerstein Organization V. Umg Recordings, Jacqueline M. Allshouse-Hutchens Jan 2006

How To Give An Old Song A New License: A Recently Adopted Alternative To Rodgers And Hammerstein Organization V. Umg Recordings, Jacqueline M. Allshouse-Hutchens

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Supreme Court's Mixed Messages On The Public Domain: Cases Interpreting Section 43 Of The Lanham Act, William Scott Hunt Jan 2005

The Supreme Court's Mixed Messages On The Public Domain: Cases Interpreting Section 43 Of The Lanham Act, William Scott Hunt

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Festo To The Rescue? The Return Of The Warner-Jenkinson Standard And A Preemptive Solution For The Future Of The Patent Law Balance, R. Flynt Strean Jan 2003

Festo To The Rescue? The Return Of The Warner-Jenkinson Standard And A Preemptive Solution For The Future Of The Patent Law Balance, R. Flynt Strean

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Pharmaceutical Patents And Trips: A Comparison Of India And South Africa, Stephen Barnes Jan 2003

Pharmaceutical Patents And Trips: A Comparison Of India And South Africa, Stephen Barnes

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


From Sheet Music To Mp3 Files--A Brief Perspective On Napster, Harold R. Weinberg Jan 2001

From Sheet Music To Mp3 Files--A Brief Perspective On Napster, Harold R. Weinberg

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Pushing The Limits Of Copyright Law And Upping The Ante In The Digital World: The Strange Case Of A&M Records, Inc. V. Napster, Inc., Shawn D. Chapman Jan 2001

Pushing The Limits Of Copyright Law And Upping The Ante In The Digital World: The Strange Case Of A&M Records, Inc. V. Napster, Inc., Shawn D. Chapman

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Pharmaceutical Patent Protection: More Generic Favored Legislation May Cause Pioneer Drug Companies To Pull The Plug On Innovation, Mandy Wilson Jan 2001

Pharmaceutical Patent Protection: More Generic Favored Legislation May Cause Pioneer Drug Companies To Pull The Plug On Innovation, Mandy Wilson

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Who Said Nothing In This World Is Free? A&M Records, Inc. V. Napster, Inc.: Problems Presented, Solutions Explored, And Answers Posed, Ryan C. Edwards Jan 2001

Who Said Nothing In This World Is Free? A&M Records, Inc. V. Napster, Inc.: Problems Presented, Solutions Explored, And Answers Posed, Ryan C. Edwards

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Lessons From The Anticommons: The Economics Of New York Times Co. V. Tasini, Francesco Parisi, Catherine Ševčenko Jan 2001

Lessons From The Anticommons: The Economics Of New York Times Co. V. Tasini, Francesco Parisi, Catherine Ševčenko

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Online Service Provider Copyright Liability: Is The Digital Millennium Copyright Act The Answer?, Justin Williamson Jan 2000

Online Service Provider Copyright Liability: Is The Digital Millennium Copyright Act The Answer?, Justin Williamson

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


A General Rule Of Law Is Needed To Define Public Use In Patent Cases, Katherine E. White Jan 1999

A General Rule Of Law Is Needed To Define Public Use In Patent Cases, Katherine E. White

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Fair Use And Educational Copying: A Reexamination Of Princeton University Press V. Michigan Document Services, Inc., Gilbert Busby Jan 1998

Fair Use And Educational Copying: A Reexamination Of Princeton University Press V. Michigan Document Services, Inc., Gilbert Busby

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Easing Transfer And Security Interest Transactions In Intellectual Property: An Agenda For Reform, Harold R. Weinberg, William J. Woodward Jr. Jan 1990

Easing Transfer And Security Interest Transactions In Intellectual Property: An Agenda For Reform, Harold R. Weinberg, William J. Woodward Jr.

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.