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Brunette Machine Works Ltd, V. Kockum Industries, Lewis F. Powell, Jr. Oct 1971

Brunette Machine Works Ltd, V. Kockum Industries, Lewis F. Powell, Jr.

Supreme Court Case Files

No abstract provided.


Deepsouth Packing Co. V. Laitram Corp., Lewis F. Powell Jr. Oct 1971

Deepsouth Packing Co. V. Laitram Corp., Lewis F. Powell Jr.

Supreme Court Case Files

No abstract provided.


The Allocation Of Jurisdiction Between State And Federal Courts In Patent Litigation, Donald Shelby Chisum Jul 1971

The Allocation Of Jurisdiction Between State And Federal Courts In Patent Litigation, Donald Shelby Chisum

Washington Law Review

A proper jurisdictional balance between state and federal court systems has long been a goal of federal statutes granting jurisdiction over patent matters to the federal courts. Prompted by the recent decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Koratron Co. v. Deering Milliken, Inc., Professor Chisum considers the general problem of the jurisdiction of federal and state courts over cases concerning questions of federal law and then focuses on the specific problem of jurisdiction over cases involving federal patent law. The article begins with a discussion of the history of statutes granting patent jurisdiction …


Crime And Information Theory, By M. A. P. Willmer, Robert L. Birmingham, Carolyn S. Birmingham Apr 1971

Crime And Information Theory, By M. A. P. Willmer, Robert L. Birmingham, Carolyn S. Birmingham

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Recent Cases, Journal Staff Jan 1971

Recent Cases, Journal Staff

Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law

Plaintiff, a West German foundation, sued to enjoin infringement of United States trademarks by defendant, an East German "peoples-owned enterprise." The original Carl Zeiss Stiftung was created at Jena in 1889 with the required approval of the Duchy of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach for the purpose of owning and operating an optical business for profit. In 1945, before Jena became part of the Soviet Zone, United States military authorities evacuated all members of the Zeiss Board of Management, as well as key personnel, to Heidenheim, Wuerttemberg, in the United States zone. In 1948, the Soviet Union expropriated all Zeiss assets in Jena, including …


Principal Trademark Registration And Patent Policy: An Inherent Conflict Which Requires Denial Of Registration To Container Designs, Thomas R. Hendershot Jan 1971

Principal Trademark Registration And Patent Policy: An Inherent Conflict Which Requires Denial Of Registration To Container Designs, Thomas R. Hendershot

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Viability Of Trade Secret Protection After Lear V. Adkins, Barry H. Feinberg Jan 1971

The Viability Of Trade Secret Protection After Lear V. Adkins, Barry H. Feinberg

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Common Law Copyright, And Conversation, Frank J. Nawalanic Jan 1971

Common Law Copyright, And Conversation, Frank J. Nawalanic

Cleveland State Law Review

Assume that "A" is a well known author and literary figure and that "B" is an author in his own right, but far less known than "A". "A" and "B" meet socially and engage in a stimulating conversation wherein thoughts and ideas are freely expressed and conclusions drawn. Sometime thereafter, "B" publishes excerpts from this conversation and "A" strongly desires to prevent such from being published and receiving publicity. To prevent publication of their conversation, "A" could proceed against "B" under several different causes of action. He could possibly allege breach of a fiduciary relationship, breach of implied contract, invasion …