IDEA ® The Journal of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property - IDEA Vol. 35 (Parts 1 through 4)

Patent, Trademark and Copyright Journal of Research and Education
IDEA Vol. 35 (Parts 1 through 4)

No. 1 (1995)

Pg 1: The Negotiation of Royalties and Other Sources of Income from Licensing - Robert Goldscheider

Pg 19: The Effect of the Interference Rule Revisions Enacted in Response to NAFTA and GATT - Stephen M. Bodenheimer, Jr., Edward J. Kessler, and Guy R. Gosnell

Pg 33: The Effect of the Uruguay Round Implementing Legislation on United States Patent Law - Richard C. Wilder

Pg 55: Equitable Defenses in Opposition Proceedings--Where Did They Go? - Albert Robin and Howard B. Barnaby.

No. 2 (1995)

Pg 67: How Trademark Practicioners Perceive the Availability of Provisional Remedies for Infringement: A World-Wide Survey - Mladen Singer

Pg 145: Promulgating Requirements for Admission to Prosecute Patent Applications - Michelle J. Burke and Thomas G. Field, Jr.

Pg 213: Preliminary Injunctive Relief in Patent Litigation - M.A. Cunningham

No. 3 (1995)

Pg 261: The Public's Right to Know? Or a Red-Tape Nightmare? Demanding that Best Mode Disclosure be Updated? - Todd R. Miller

Pg 289: Exhaustion Doctrine in Biotechnology - Scott A. Chambers

Pg 331: Responsible Advocacy and Responsible Opinions at the Federal Circuit - Professor Larsen E. Whipsnade, and J. Cheever Loophole, Esq.

Pg 343: An Examiner's Whim - Irwin M. Aisenberg

Pg 353: Protecting the Public from Belated Process Patents - Robert H. Rines, and Robert Shaw

No. 4 (1995)

Pg 361: Patent Litigation in the Eastern District of Virginia - George F. Pappas, and Robert G. Sterne

Pg 383: Intellectual Property Issues in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Reorganization Cases - David S. Kupetz

Pg 407: A Bad Dream: In Search of a Legal Framework for Copyright Infringement Claims Involving Digital Imagery in Motion Pictures - Judith A. Silver

Pg 437: Authentication of Computer-Generated Evidence in the United States Federal Courts - Stanley A. Kurzban

Pg 461: The Human Genome Projects: Patenting Human Genes and Biotechnology. Is the Human Genome Patentable? - D. Benjamin Borson, Ph.D.

Pg 497: Copyrightability of Cartoon Characters - Cathy J. Lalor

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