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  Berkeley Technology Law Journal
    High Technology Law Journal ( -1995)
  Volume 24, Number 4, Fall 2009
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  • ARTICLES
  • HIGH TECHNOLOGY ENTREPRENEURS AND THE PATENT SYSTEM: RESULTS OF THE 2008 BERKELEY PATENT SURVEY
        Stuart J.H. Graham, Robert P. Merges, Pam Samuelson, & Ted Sichelman
        p.1255                                                                                    +cite        
  • CONTROLLING THE "PLAGUE": REFORMING THE DOCTRINE OF INEQUITABLE CONDUCT
        Christian E. Mammen
        p.1329                                                                                    +cite        
  • THE EMPEROR HAS NO COPYRIGHT: REGISTRATION, CULTURAL HIERARCHY, AND THE MYTH OF AMERICAN COPYRIGHT MILITANCY
        John Tehranian
        p.1399                                                                                    +cite        
  • THE PAS DE DEUX OF PHARMACEUTICAL REGULATION AND INNOVATION: WHO'S LEADING WHOM?
        Ron A. Bouchard, Jamil Sawani, Chris McLelland, Monika Sawicka, & Richard W. Hawkins
        p.1461                                                                                    +cite        
  • E-HEALTH HAZARDS: PROVIDER LIABILITY AND ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD SYSTEMS
        Sharona Hoffman & Andy Podgurski
        p.1523                                                                                    +cite        
  • THE TROUBLE WITH TROLLS: INNOVATION, RENT-SEEKING, AND PATENT LAW REFORM
        Robert P. Merges
        p.1583                                                                                    +cite        

  • NOTES & COMMENTS COMPETITION WINNER
  • REFORMING THE REPRODUCTION RIGHT: THE CASE FOR PERSONAL USE COPIES
        Ashley M. Pavel
        p.1615                                                                                    +cite        

  • MEMO TO CONGRESS
  • A DISTRICT JUDGE'S PROPOSAL FOR PATENT REFORM: REVISITING THE CLEAR AND CONVINCING STANDARD AND CALIBRATING DEFERENCE TO THE STRENGTH OF THE EXAMINATION
        William Alsup
        p.1647                                                                                    +cite