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  Berkeley Technology Law Journal
    High Technology Law Journal ( -1995)
  Volume 22, Number 1, Annual Review 2007
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  • I. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

  • A. PATENT

  • 1. Notes
  • SCHERING-PLOUGH AND IN RE TAMOXIFEN: LAWFUL REVERSE PAYMENTS IN THE HATCH-WAXMAN CONTEXT
        Jeff Thomas
        p.13                                                                                        +cite        
  • STILL TIED UP: ILLINOIS TOOL WORKS v. INDEPENDENT INK
        Puneet V. Kakkar
        p.47                                                                                        +cite        
  • THE AFTERMATH OF EBAY: PREDICTING WHEN DISTRICT COURTS WILL GRANT PERMANENT INJUNCTIONS IN PATENT CASES
        Jeremy Mulder
        p.67                                                                                        +cite        
  • PATENTABLE SUBJECT MATTER MATTERS: NEW USES FOR AN OLD DOCTRINE
        Jeffrey M. Kuhn
        p.89                                                                                        +cite        
  • MONSANTO v. SCRUGGS: THE NEGATIVE IMPACT OF PATENT EXHAUSTION ON SELF-REPLICATING TECHNOLOGY
        Jason Savich
        p.115                                                                                      +cite        
  • LG ELECTRONICS, INC. v. BIZCOM ELECTRONICS, INC.: SOLVING THE FOUNDRY PROBLEM IN THE SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY
        Mehdi Ansari
        p.137                                                                                      +cite        
  • BICON, INC. v. STRAUMANN CO.: THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED CLAIM VITIATION TO ILLUSTRATE A NEW LIMITING PRINCIPLE ON THE DOCTRINE OF EQUIVALENTS
        Blake B. Greene
        p.155                                                                                      +cite        
  • IS THE PTO AUTHORIZED TO PROMULGATE THE PROPOSED RULE CHANGE TO THE CONTINUATION PRACTICE?
        Laxman Sahasrabuddhe
        p.193                                                                                      +cite        
  • A SURVEY OF POST-PHILLIPS CLAIM CONSTRUCTION CASES
        Michael Saunders
        p.215                                                                                      +cite        
  • EVERYONE IN THE PATENT POOL: U.S. PHILIPS CORP. v. INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION
        David W. Van Etten
        p.241                                                                                      +cite        

  • 2. Additional Developments

  • GOLDEN BLOUNT, INC. v. ROBERT H. PETERSON CO.

  • IN RE ECHOSTAR COMMUNICATIONS CORP.

  • IPXL HOLDINGS, LLC v. AMAZON.COM, INC.

  • LAVA TRADING, INC. v. SONIC TRADING MANAGEMENT, LLC

  • LAWMAN ARMOR CORP. v. WINNER INTERNATIONAL, LLC

  • PFIZER INC. v. RANBAXY LABORATORIES LTD.

  • ZOLTEK CORP. v. UNITED STATES

  • SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY DEVELOPMENTS

  • B. COPYRIGHT

  • 1. Notes
  • A BITE OUT OF APPLE? ITUNES, INTEROPERABILITY, AND FRANCE'S DADVSI LAW
        Deana Sobel
        p.267                                                                                      +cite        
  • PRESERVING COMPETITION FOR COMPUTER MAINTENANCE IN THE DMCA ERA: 17 U.S.C. § 117(c) AND § 1201(A)(1) AFTER STORAGETEK
        Alan Galloway
        p.293                                                                                      +cite        
  • FAIR USE IN THE 21ST CENTURY: BILL GRAHAM AND BLANCH v. KOONS
        Jeannine M. Marques
        p.331                                                                                      +cite        
  • WALL DATA INC. v. LOS ANGELES COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT: LICENSE VERSUS SALE AT THE CROSSROADS OF CONTRACT AND COPYRIGHT
        Christopher B. Yeh
        p.355                                                                                      +cite        

  • 2. Additional Developments

  • WB MUSIC CORP. v. RTV COMMUNICATION GROUP

  • LAWS v. SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT, INC.

  • TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX FILM CORP. v. ENTERTAINMENT DISTRIBUTING

  • EGILMAN v. KELLER & HECKMAN, LLP

  • MACROVISION v. SIMA PRODUCTS CORP.

  • NCR CORP. v. ATM EXCHANGE, INC.

  • PARKER v. GOOGLE, INC.

  • PERFECT 10 v. GOOGLE, INC.

  • COPYRIGHT ENFORCEMENT ON THE INTERNET

  • C. SEMICONDUCTOR CHIP PROTECTION ACT

  • 1. Developments

  • ALTERA v. CLEAR LOGIC

  • D. TRADEMARK

  • 1. Notes
  • INITIAL INTEREST CONFUSION IN METATAG CASES: THE MOVE FROM CONFUSION TO DIVERSION
        Niki R. Woods
        p.393                                                                                      +cite        

  • 2. Additional Developments

  • CENTURY 21 REAL ESTATE CORP. v. LENDINGTREE, INC.

  • BRETFORD MANUFACTURING, INC. v. SMITH SYSTEM MANUFACTURING CORP.

  • STENZEL v. PIFER

  • E. TRADE SECRET

  • 1. Note
  • BURBANK GREASE SERVICES, LLC v. SOKOLOWSKI: FRUSTRATING UNIFORMITY IN TRADE SECRET LAW
        Sarah Gettings
        p.423                                                                                      +cite        

  • 2. Additional Developments

  • DIOMED, INC. v. VASCULAR SOLUTIONS, INC.

  • MANUEL v. CONVERGYS CORP.

  • ARCOR, INC. v. HAAS

  • II. CYBERLAW

  • A. Notes
  • ARE GOOGLE SEARCHES PRIVATE? AN ORIGINALIST INTERPRETATION OF THE FOURTH AMENDMENT IN ONLINE COMMUNICATION CASES
        Jayni Foley
        p.447                                                                                      +cite        
  • LOG ME IN TO THE OLD BALLGAME: C.B.C. DISTRIBUTION & MARKETING., INC. v. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL ADVANCED MEDIA, LP
        Dana Howells
        p.477                                                                                      +cite        
  • TALES OF THE (VIRTUAL) CITY: GOVERNING PROPERTY DISPUTES IN VIRTUAL WORLDS
        Bobby Glushko
        p.507                                                                                      +cite        
  • CLICKS AHOY! NAVIGATING ONLINE ADVERTISING IN A SEA OF FRAUDULENT CLICKS
        Sajjad Matin
        p.533                                                                                      +cite        
  • WHO CAN FIX THE SPYWARE PROBLEM?
        Liying Sun
        p.555                                                                                      +cite        
  • PRESUMED ASSENT: THE JUDICIAL ACCEPTANCE OF CLICKWRAP
        Nathan J. Davis
        p.577                                                                                      +cite        

  • B. Additional Developments

  • PEBBLE BEACH COMPANY v. CADDY

  • UNITED STATES v. ZIEGLER

  • YAHOO! INC. v. LA LIGUE CONTRE LE RACISME ET L'ANTISEMITISME

  • SNOW v. DIRECTV, INC.

  • BEYOND SYSTEMS INC. v. KEYNETICS INC.

  • COMMUNICATIONS DECENCY ACT (CDA) IMMUNITY

  • COMPUTER FRAUD AND ABUSE ACT

  • III. CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

  • A. Developments

  • ALMEIDA v. AMAZON.COM, INC.

  • DOE v. MCFARLANE

  • IV. TELECOMMUNICATIONS

  • A. Notes
  • BRINGING NEUTRALITY TO NETWORK NEUTRALITY
        Kai Zhu
        p.615                                                                                      +cite        
  • STRETCH BEFORE EXERCISE: THE FCC'S OVERBROAD INTERPRETATION OF CALEA AND THE D.C. CIRCUIT'S DEFERENTIAL REVIEW
        Kamilla Mamedova
        p.647                                                                                      +cite        

  • B. Additional Developments

  • COVAD COMMUNICATIONS Co. v. FCC