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  Berkeley Technology Law Journal
    High Technology Law Journal ( -1995)
  Volume 24, Number 1, 2009
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  • I. PATENT

  • A. NOTES
  • THE EXHAUSTION DOCTRINE REVIVED? ASSESSING THE SCOPE AND POSSIBLE EFFECTS OF THE SUPREME COURT'S QUANTA DECISION
        Andrew T. Dufresne
        p.11                                                                                        +cite        
  • THE BOARD BITES BACK: BlLSKI AND THE B.P.A.I.
        Justin M. Lee
        p.49                                                                                        +cite        
  • PAICE YOURSELVES: A BASIC: FRAMEWORK FOR ONGOING ROYALTY DETERMINATIONS IN PATENT LAW
        Stephen M. Ullmer
        p.75                                                                                        +cite        
  • MODEL JURY INSTRUCTIONS ON NONOBVIOUSNESS IN THE WAKE OF KSR: THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA'S APPROACH
        Tolga S. Gulmen
        p.99                                                                                        +cite        
  • THE PATENTABILITY OF CHIRAL DRUGS POST'-KSR: THE MORE THINGS CHANGE, THE MORE THEY STAY THE SAME
        Miles J. Sweet
        p.129                                                                                      +cite        
  • FINDING VICARIOUS LIABILITY IN U.S. PATENT LAW: THE "CONTROL OR DIRECTION" STANDARD FOR JOINT INFRINGEMENT
        Alice Juwon Ahn
        p.149                                                                                      +cite        
  • CITY OF HOPE V. GENENTECH: KEEPING FIDUCIARY DUTIES WHERE THEY BELONG
        Reed C. McBride
        p.179                                                                                      +cite        
  • TAKING RESPONSIBILITY: REGULATIONS AND PROTECTIONS IN DIRECT-TO-CONSUMER GENETIC TESTING
        Andrew S. Robertson
        p.213                                                                                      +cite        

  • B. ADDITIONAL DEVELOPMENTS

  • PROVERIS SCIENTIFIC CORP. V. INNOVASYSTEMS, INC.

  • IN RE TS TECH USA CORP.

  • KYOCERA WIRELESS CORP. V. INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION

  • AIR MEASUREMENT TECHNOLOGIES, INC. V. AKIN GUMP STRAUSS HAUER & FELD, L.L.P

  • IMMUNOCEPT, LLC V. FULBRIGHT &.JAWORSKI, LLP

  • EDDINGS V. GLAST, PHILLIPS & MURRAY

  • SINGH V. DUANE MORRIS LLP

  • THE FUTURE OF BIOSIMILAR PATENT LITIGATION

  • NEW PTO RULES OF ETHICS

  • DECLARATORY JUDGMENT DEVELOPMENTS

  • II. COPYRIGHT

  • A. NOTES
  • THE PUBLIC PERFORMANCE RIGHT IN THE DIGITAL AGE: CARTOON NETWORK LP V. CSC HOLDINGS
        Vivian I. Kim
        p.263                                                                                      +cite        
  • JACOBSEN V. KATZER: THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT WEIGHS IN ON THE ENFORCEABILITY OF FREE AND OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE LICENSES
        Hersh R. Reddy
        p.299                                                                                      +cite        
  • OF RIGHTS AND MEN: THE RE-ALIENABILITY OF TERMINATION OF TRANSFER RIGHTS IN PENGUIN GROUP V STEINBECK
        Adam R. Blankenheimer
        p.321                                                                                      +cite        
  • DAVIS V. MTGE: THE SECOND CIRCUIT'S REJECTION OF RETROACTIVE COPYRIGHT LICENSES
        Michael Todd Mobley
        p.341                                                                                      +cite        
  • FILTERS, FAIR USE, & FEEDBACK: USER-GENERATED CONTENT PRINCIPLES AND THE DMCA
        Michael S. Sawyer
        p.363                                                                                      +cite        
  • EBAY'S EFFECT ON COPYRIGHT INJUNCTIONS: WHEN PROPERTY RULES GIVE WAY TO LIABILITY RULES
        Jake Phillips
        p.405                                                                                      +cite        
  • PROCEED WITH CAUTION: HOW DIGITAL ARCHIVES HAVE BEEN LEFT IN THE DARK
        Alyssa N. Knutson
        p.437                                                                                      +cite        

  • B. ADDITIONAL DEVELOPMENTS

  • SYBERSOUND RECORD. INC. V. UAV CORP.

  • GREENBERG V. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY

  • MDY INDUSTRIES, LLC V. BLIZZARD ENTERTAINMENT, INC.

  • TICKETMASTER L.L.C. V. RMG TECHNOLOGIES, INC.10

  • GROUP, INC. V. VEOH NETWORKS, INC.

  • VERNOR V. AUTODESK, INC.

  • COPYRIGHT ENFORCEMENT

  • INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT ENFORCEMENT

  • III. TRADEMARK

  • A. NOTE
  • A SAFE HARBOR FOR TRADEMARK: REEVALUATING SECONDARY TRADEMARK LIABILITY AFTER TIFFANY V. EBAY
        Elizabeth K. Levin
        p.491                                                                                      +cite        

  • B. ADDITIONAL DEVELOPMENTS

  • PRO-IP ACT OF 2008

  • VENTURE TAPE CORP. V. MCGILLS GLASS WAREHOUSE

  • BOSTON DUCK TOURS, LP V. SUPER DUCK TOURS, LLC

  • STORUS CORP. V. AROA MARKETING, INC.

  • STANDARD PROCESS, INC. V. TOTAL HEALTH DISCOUNT, INC.

  • BIDZIRK, LLC V. SMITH

  • IV. TRADE SECRET

  • A. NOTE
  • EDWARDS AND COVENANTS NOT TO COMPETE IN CALIFORNIA: LEAVE WELL ENOUGH ALONE
        David R. Trossen
        p.539                                                                                      +cite        

  • B. ADDITIONAL DEVELOPMENTS

  • CYPRESS SEMICONDUCTOR CORP. V. SUPERIOR COURT

  • V. CYBERLAW

  • A. NOTES
  • FAIR HOUSING COUNCIL V. ROOMMATES.COM: A NEW PATH FOR SECTION 230 IMMUNITY
        Varty Defterderian
        p.563                                                                                      +cite        
  • THE FCC TACKLES NET NEUTRALITY: AGENCY JURISDICTION AND THE COMCAST ORDER
        Aaron K. Brauer-Rieke
        p.593                                                                                      +cite        
  • "MAKE MONEY WITHOUT DOING EVIL?" CAUGHT BETWEEN AUTHORITARIAN REGULATIONS IN EMERGING MARKETS AND A GLOBAL LAW OF HUMAN RIGHTS, U.S. ICTs FACE A TWOFOLD QUANDARY
        Brian R. Israel
        p.617                                                                                      +cite        

  • B. ADDITIONAL DEVELOPMENTS

  • DUDNIKOV V. CHALK & VERMILION

  • CYBERBULLYING

  • VI. ANTITRUST

  • A. NOTE
  • RAMBUS V. F.T.C. IN THE CONTEXT OF STANDARD-SETTING ORGANIZATIONS, ANTITRUST, AND THE PATENT HOLD-UP PROBLEM
        Joel M. Wallace
        p.661                                                                                      +cite        

  • VII. PRIVACY

  • A. NOTE
  • "YOUR LAPTOP, PLEASE:" THE SEARCH AND SEIZURE OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES AT THE UNITED STATES BORDER
        Sunil Bector
        p.695                                                                                      +cite        

  • B. ADDITIONAL DEVELOPMENTS

  • CRAWFORD V. MARION COUNTY ELECTION BOARD

  • QUON V. ARCH WIRELESS OPERATING CO.