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    High Technology Law Journal ( -1995)
  Volume 23, Number 1, Annual Review 2008
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  • I. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

  • A. PATENT

  • 1. Notes
  • HOW KSR BROADENS (WITHOUT LOWERING) THE EVIDENTIARY STANDARD OF NONOBVIOUSNESS
        Justin Lee
        p.15                                                                                        +cite        
  • IN RE SEAGATE TECHNOLOGY LLC: A CLEAN SLATE FOR WILLFULNESS
        Danny Prati
        p.47                                                                                        +cite        
  • MICROSOFT CORP. V. AT&T: A WELCOME RETURN TO PATENT LAW’S TRADITION OF TERRITORIALITY
        Sean Fernandes
        p.75                                                                                        +cite        
  • INTEGRA LIFESCIENES I, LTD. V. MERCK KGAA: RE-EXAMINING THE BROAD SCOPE OF THE § 271(E)(1) SAFE HARBOR
        Daniel Wobbekind
        p.107                                                                                      +cite        
  • BITING OFF MORE THAN YOU CAN CHEW: THE NEW LAW OF ENABLEMENT
        Jason Romrell
        p.139                                                                                      +cite        
  • DECLARATORY JUDGMENT ACTIONS IN PATENT CASES: THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT’S RESPONSE TO MEDIMMUNE V. GENENTECH
        Jennifer R. Saionz
        p.161                                                                                      +cite        
  • INJUNCTIVE RELIEF IN THE POST-EBAY WORLD
        Benjamin Petersen
        p.193                                                                                      +cite        
  • REGULATORY PRIORITIES GOVERNING STEM CELL RESEARCH IN CALIFORNIA: RELAXING REVENUE SHARING & SAFEGUARDING ACCESS PLANS
        David C. Tolley
        p.219                                                                                      +cite        
  • NOW YOU SEE THEM, NOW YOU DON'T: THE PTO'S RULES ON CLAIMS AND CONTINUATIONS
        Matt Browning
        p.247                                                                                      +cite        
  • TRIALS AND TRIPS-ULATIONS: INDIAN PATENT LAW AND NOVARTIS AG V. UNION OF INDIA
        Linda L. Lee
        p.281                                                                                      +cite        

  • 2. Additional Developments

  • IN RE NUIJTEN

  • IN RE COMISKEY

  • PFIZER, INC. V. APOTEX, INC.

  • VODA V. CORDIS CORP.

  • COMPULSORY LICENSES IN THAILAND AND BRAZIL

  • NANOTECHNOLOGY

  • B. COPYRIGHT

  • 1. Notes
  • NOT A COPYRIGHT LAW? UNITED STATES V. MARTIGNON AND WHY THE ANTI-BOOTLEGGING PROVISIONS ARE UNCONSTITUTIONAL
        William McGinty
        p.323                                                                                      +cite        
  • LET IT BE? THE CHALLENGES OF USING OLD DEFINITIONS FOR ONLINE MUSIC PRACTICES
        Joshua Keesan
        p.353                                                                                      +cite        
  • PERFECT 10 V. AMAZON.COM: A STEP TOWARD COPYRIGHT'S TORT LAW ROOTS
        Meng Ding
        p.373                                                                                      +cite        
  • A GOOD VALUE CHAIN GONE BAD: INDIRECT COPYRIGHT LIABILITY IN PERFECT 10 V. VISA
        David Haskel
        p.405                                                                                      +cite        
  • FORTIFYING THE SAFE HARBORS: REEVALUATING THE DMCA IN A WEB 2.0 WORLD
        Brandon Brown
        p.437                                                                                      +cite        
  • STEPPING IT UP AND TAKING IT TO THE STREETS. CHANGING CIVIL & CRIMINAL COPYRIGHT ENFORCEMENT TACTICS
        Kim F. Natividad
        p.469                                                                                      +cite        

  • 2. Additional Developments

  • N.Y. MERCANTILE EXCHANGE, INC. V INTERCONTINENTALEXCHANGE, INC.

  • LIVE NATION MOTOR SPORTS, INC. V DAVIS

  • UNITED STATES V. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF COMPOSERS, AUTHORS & PUBLISHERS

  • SCO GROUP, INC. V. NOVELL, INC.

  • IN RE MECHANICAL & DIGITAL PHONORECORD DELIVERY RATE ADJUSTMENT PROCEEDING

  • GOWERS REPORT: U.K. KEEPS COPYRIGHT TERM AT 50 YEARS

  • AUSTRALIAN COPYRIGHT AMENDMENT ACT OF 2006

  • U.S.-SINO WTO DISPUTE OVER CHINESE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION

  • C. TRADEMARK

  • 1. Note
  • ANTI-DILUTION LAW, NEW AND IMPROVED: THE TRADEMARK DILUTION REVISION ACT OF 2006
        Jennifer Files Beerline
        p.511                                                                                      +cite        

  • 2. Additional Developments

  • GOOGLE INC. V. AMERICAN BOND & WALLPAPER FACTORY, INC.

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

  • IN RE REED ELSEVIER PROPERTIES, INC.

  • ITC, LTD. V. PUNCHGINI, INC.

  • D. TRADE SECRET

  • 1. Developments

  • JENNINGS V. ELECTIONS CANVASSING COMM’N

  • II. CYBERLAW

  • A. Notes
  • FOR BETTER OR WORSE; INTRODUCING THE GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE VERSION 3
        John Tsai
        p.547                                                                                      +cite        
  • THE OPTIMAL LIABILITY SYSTEM FOR ONLINE SERVICE PROVIDERS: HOW ZERAN V. AMERICA ONLINE GOT IT RIGHT AND WEB 2.0 PROVES IT
        Cecilia Ziniti
        p.583                                                                                      +cite        
  • STRANGER DANGER AND THE ONLINE SOCIAL NETWORK
        Richard M. Guo
        p.617                                                                                      +cite        

  • B. Additional Developments

  • DOUGLAS V. U.S. DISTRICT COURT EX REL TALK AMERICA, INC.

  • HOWARD V. MISSOURI BONE & JOINT CENTER, INC.

  • CAPITOL FEDERAL SA VINCS BANK V. EASTERN BANK CORP.

  • III. TELECOMMUNICATIONS

  • A. Developments

  • BIDDING FOR BANDWIDTH: THE 700 MHZ SPECTRUM AUCTION

  • IV. ANTITRUST

  • A. Notes
  • LEEGIN V. PSKS: NEW STANDARD, NEW CHALLENGES
        Ashley Doty
        p.655                                                                                      +cite        

  • B. Additional Developments

  • BELL ATLANTIC CORP. V TWOMBLY

  • GOOGLE/DOUBLECLICK MERGER

  • IN RE RAMBUS INC.

  • RAMBUS INC. V. FTC

  • V. PRIVACY

  • A. Notes
  • PAY NO ATTENTION TO THE MAN BEHIND THE CURTAIN: THE GOVERNMENT'S INCREASED USE OF THE STATE SECRETS PRIVILEGE TO CONCEAL WRONGDOING
        Margaret Ziegler
        p.691                                                                                      +cite        
  • WARSHAK V. UNITED STATES: THE KATZ FOR ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION
        Tamar R. Gubins
        p.723                                                                                      +cite        
  • PAN, TILT, ZOOM: REGULATING THE USE OF VIDEO SURVEILLANCE OF PUBLIC PLACES
        Jeremy Brown
        p.755                                                                                      +cite        

  • B. Additional Developments

  • PICHLER V. UNITE

  • IMS HEALTH INC. V. AYOTTE

  • MINNESOTA'S PLASTIC CARD SECURITY ACT