Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property, Volume 15, Fall 2012 [NOOK Book]

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The Tulane Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property (JTIP) is a student-edited, subscription-based, scholarly publication of Tulane University Law School. JTIP examines legal issues relating to technology, including topics such as patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, antitrust, information privacy, computer law, constitutional law, contracts, torts, and all other policy implications of law and technology in our society. JTIP's editorial members are second- and third-year law students who work ...
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Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property, Volume 15, Fall 2012

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Overview

The Tulane Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property (JTIP) is a student-edited, subscription-based, scholarly publication of Tulane University Law School. JTIP examines legal issues relating to technology, including topics such as patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, antitrust, information privacy, computer law, constitutional law, contracts, torts, and all other policy implications of law and technology in our society. JTIP's editorial members are second- and third-year law students who work under the guidance of faculty advisors. JTIP is conveniently available in print and on Westlaw, LexisNexis, and Hein Online, and we are currently working on making JTIP available through other online resources. The journal publishes annually in the fall.

Volume Fifteen includes:

ARTICLES
• "A Good Idea at the Time: Recent Digital Millennium Copyright Act § 512(c) Safe Harbor Jurisprudence—Analysis and Critique of Current Applications and Implications," Martin B. Robins
• "Patent Choke Points in the Influenza-Related Medicines Industry: Can Patent Pools Provide Balanced Access?," Dana Beldiman
• "Patent Claim Construction of Enantiomers," John J. Cahill, Jr.
• "Using the Copyright Act To Protect Cultural Properties: Copyright Protection of Mardi Gras Indian Suits," Ashlye M. Keaton
• "Federalizing Pre-1972 Sound Recordings: An Analysis of the Current Debate," Elizabeth Townsend Gard & Erin Anapol

COMMENTS
• "Used iTunes: The Legality of ReDigi’s Model for a Second-Hand Digital Music Store," Adrienne Clare Barbour
• "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Copyright Law: Fan Fiction, Derivative Works, and the Fair Use Doctrine," Michelle Chatelain
• "How Internet Users’ Identities Are Being Tracked and Used," Alexandra Drury
• "'Unfriending' the Internet: U.S. Government Domain Seizures and a Democratic Web," Guy W.C. Huber
• "Looks Can Be Deceiving: Aesthetic Functionality in Louboutin and Beyond," Alexandra J. Schultz

NOTES
• "In re K-Dur Antitrust Litigation— Reverse Payments: Against Prices, Purchasers, and Policy," Meredith Bateman
• "Focusing on the Facts: Rosetta Stone, Ltd. v. Google, Inc., Narrows Trademark Decisions to the Specifics," Melinda Schlinsog
• "Big Foot, Big Brother . . . and a Big Step Backwards for Your Fourth Amendment Rights?: The Sixth Circuit Approves Warrantless Cell Phone Tracking in United States v. Skinner," Alessandra Suuberg
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016587127
  • Publisher: Tulane University Law School
  • Publication date: 12/15/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 601 KB

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The Tulane Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property (JTIP) is a student-edited, subscription-based, scholarly publication of Tulane University Law School. JTIP examines legal issues relating to technology, including topics such as patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, antitrust, information privacy, computer law, constitutional law, contracts, torts, and all other policy implications of law and technology in our society. JTIP's editorial members are second- and third-year law students who work under the guidance of faculty advisors. JTIP is conveniently available in print and on Westlaw, LexisNexis, and Hein Online, and we are currently working on making JTIP available through other online resources. The journal publishes annually in the fall.
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