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    High Technology Law Journal ( -1995)
  Volume 21, Number 1, Annual Review 2006
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  • I. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

  • A. PATENT

  • 1. Notes
  • UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER v. G.D. SEARLE & CO.: IN SEARCH OF A WRITTEN DESCRIPTION STANDARD
        Corrin Nicole Drakulich
        p.11                                                                                        +cite        
  • EOLAS, AT&T, & UNION CARBIDE: THE NEW EXTRATERRITORIALITY OF U.S. PATENT LAW
        Virginia Zaunbrecher
        p.33                                                                                        +cite        
  • NTP, INC. v. RESEARCH IN MOTION, LTD.: INVENTIONS ARE GLOBAL, BUT POLITICS ARE STILL LOCAL-AN EXAMINATION OF THE BLACKBERRY CASE
        Jennifer Lane
        p.59                                                                                        +cite        
  • MERCK KGAA v. INTEGRA LIFESCIENCES I, LTD.: JUDICIAL EXPANSION OF § 271 (E)(1) SIGNALS A NEED FOR A BROAD STATUTORY EXPERIMENTAL USE EXEMPTION IN PATENT LAW
        Rebecca Lynn
        p.79                                                                                        +cite        
  • PHILLIPS v. AWH CORP.: NO MIRACLES IN CLAIM CONSTRUCTION
        David Sanker
        p.101                                                                                      +cite        
  • IN RE FISHER: RAISING THE UTILITY HURDLE FOR EXPRESS SEQUENCE TAGS
        Tashica T. Williams
        p.123                                                                                      +cite        
  • REFORMING INEQUITABLE CONDUCT TO IMPROVE PATENT QUALITY: CLEANSING UNCLEAN HANDS
        Kevin Mack
        p.147                                                                                      +cite        

  • 2. Additional Developments

  • MERCEXCHANGE, LLC v. EBAY, INC.

  • INDEPENDENT INK, INC. v. ILLINOIS TOOL WORKS, INC.

  • SMITHKLINE BEECHAM CORP. v. APOTEX, INC.

  • KIRIN-AMGEN, INC. V. HOECHST MARION ROUSSELL, LTD.

  • EUROPEAN UNION SOFTWARE PATENT PROPOSAL

  • MERCK & CO. v. TEVA PHARMACEUTICALS USA, INC.

  • ELECTROMOTIVE DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS CORP. v. TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS DIVISION OF GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.

  • GROUP ONE LTD. v. HALLMARK CARDS, INC.

  • B. COPYRIGHT

  • 1. Notes
  • METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER STUDIOS INC. v. GROKSTER, LTD.: INDUCING INFRINGEMENT AND SECONDARY COPYRIGHT LIABILITY
        Galen Hancock
        p.189                                                                                      +cite        
  • GOOGLE'S TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT: A COPYRIGHT ANALYSIS OF THE GOOGLE BOOK SEARCH LIBRARY PROJECT
        Emily Anne Proskine
        p.213                                                                                      +cite        
  • SURGICAL SAFE HARBORS: THE FAMILY MOVIE ACT AND THE FUTURE OF FAIR USE LEGISLATION
        Alison R. Watkins
        p.241                                                                                      +cite        
  • U.S. COPYRIGHT OFFICE ORPHAN WORKS INQUIRY: FINDING HOMES FOR THE ORPHANS
        Olive Huang
        p.265                                                                                      +cite        
  • BRIDGEPORT MUSIC, INC. v. DIMENSION FILMS: HAS UNLICENSED DIGITAL SAMPLING OF COPYRIGHTED SOUND RECORDINGS COME TO AN END?
        M. Leah Somoano
        p.289                                                                                      +cite        
  • TONEY v. L'OREAL USA, INC.: PERSONA AND THE UNFETTERED RIGHT OF PUBLICITY
        Farbod Moridani
        p.311                                                                                      +cite        
  • CAPITOL RECORDS, INC. v. NAXOS OF AMERICA, INC.: THE PERSISTENCE OF COPYRIGHT ON THAT OLD TIME ROCK N' ROLL
        Timothy P. Best
        p.335                                                                                      +cite        

  • 2. Additional Developments

  • FIELD v. GOOGLE INC.

  • GOLAN v. GONZALEZ

  • MARVEL ENTERPRISES, INC. v. NCSOFT CORP.

  • C. DIGITAL MILLENNIUM COPYRIGHT ACT

  • 1. Notes
  • DAVIDSON & ASSOCIATES v. JUNG: REINTERPRETING ACCESS CONTROLS
        A.H. Rajani
        p.365                                                                                      +cite        

  • 2. Additional Developments

  • STORAGE TECHNOLOGY CORP. v. CUSTOM HARDWARE ENGINEERING & CONSULTING, INC.

  • ARIZONA CARTRIDGE REMANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION INC. v. LEXMARK INTERNATIONAL INC.

  • CORBIS CORP. v. AMAZON.COM, INC.

  • ROSSI v. MOTION PICTURE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA INC.

  • BEETHOVEN.COM LLC v. LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS

  • D. TRADEMARK

  • 1. Notes
  • WHENU.COM, INC. & GOOGLE INC.: PARSING TRADEMARK'S USE REQUIREMENT
        Alicia Gámez
        p.403                                                                                      +cite        
  • KP PERMANENT MAKE-UP, INC. v. LASTING IMPRESSION I, INC.: RECONCILING FAIR USE AND THE LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION
        Adrienne Y. Cheng
        p.425                                                                                      +cite        
  • LAMPARELLO v. FALWELL & BOSLEYMEDICAL v. KREMER: UNDERCUTTING THE APPLICABILITY OF INITIAL INTEREST CONFUSION TO TRADEMARK-IN-DOMAIN-NAME GRIPE SITES
        Yas Raouf
        p.445                                                                                      +cite        

  • 2. Additional Developments

  • THE TRADEMARK DILUTION REVISION ACT OF 2005

  • YELLOW CAB CO. OF SACRAMENTO v. YELLOW CAB OF ELK GROVE, INC.

  • E. TRADE SECRET

  • 1. Note
  • APPLE COMPUTER, INC. v. DOES: AN UNSATISFYING RESOLUTION TO THE CONFLICT BETWEEN TRADE SECRET LAW, JOURNALIST' S PRIVILEGE, & BLOGGING
        Tori Praul
        p.471                                                                                      +cite        

  • 2. Additional Developments

  • DIGITAL ENVOY, INC. v. GOOGLE, INC.

  • II. CYBERLAW

  • A. Notes
  • E-MAIL PRIVACY AFTER UNITED STATES v. COUNCILMAN: LEGISLATIVE OPTIONS FOR AMENDING ECPA
        Katherine A. Oyama
        p.499                                                                                      +cite        
  • WHITE BUFFALO VENTURES, LLC v. UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN: THE CAN-SPAM ACT & THE LIMITATIONS OF LEGISLATIVE SPAM CONTROLS
        Jameel Harb
        p.531                                                                                      +cite        

  • B. Additional Developments

  • SONY-BMG COPY PROTECTION ROOTKIT

  • UPDATE ON SHRINKWRAP / CLICKWRAP / BROWSEWRAP CONTRACTS

  • ELECTRONIC PRIVACY UPDATE

  • FTC v. SEISMIC ENTERTAINMENT PRODUCTIONS, INC.

  • ISP SUBPOENA UPDATE

  • STATE REGULATION OF VIOLENT VIDEO GAMES

  • UNITED STATES v. MITRA

  • BORDERS ONLINE, LLC V. STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION

  • CYBERCRIME SURVEY

  • III. CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

  • A. Notes
  • GRANHOLM v. HEALD: SHIFTING THE BOUNDARIES OF CALIFORNIA RECIPROCAL WINE SHIPPING LAWS
        Michael A. Pasahow
        p.569                                                                                      +cite        

  • B. Additional Developments

  • NITKE v. GONZALES

  • ONLINE POLICY GROUP v. DIEBOLD, INC.

  • FREE SPEECH COALITION v. GONZALES

  • DOE v. ASHCROFT

  • IV. TELECOMMUNICATIONS

  • A. Notes
  • DEVELOPMENTS IN REGULATING HIGH-SPEED INTERNET ACCESS: CABLE MODEMS, DSL, & CITYWIDE WI-Fl
        Anna J. Zichterman
        p.593                                                                                      +cite        
  • AMERICAN LIBRARYASS'N v. FCC: CHARTING THE FUTURE OF CONTENT PROTECTION FOR DIGITAL TELEVISION
        Thomas S. Fletcher
        p.613                                                                                      +cite        
  • V. CUMULATIVE INDEX
        p.641                                                                                      +cite