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Articles from Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review (January 1, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
Appendix: an illustrative example. Risch, Michael 3377
Breaking the law to break into the black: patent infringement as a business strategy. Wrzesinski, Eric C. 8130
Conclusion. Barbosa, Roberto Garza 567
I. Available remedies for copyright infringement. Barbosa, Roberto Garza 2543
I. Trade secrets and their history. Risch, Michael 4308
II. Place of infringement and questions of choice of law. Barbosa, Roberto Garza 5430
II. Property as a potential justification. Risch, Michael 4689
III. Exercising rights in the right forum - questions of jurisdiction. Barbosa, Roberto Garza 3891
III. The justification for trade secrets. Risch, Michael 5058
Introduction. Barbosa, Roberto Garza 2005
Introduction. Risch, Michael 1678
IV. The failed Hague draft convention-an explanation of its ineffective negotiations. Barbosa, Roberto Garza 1238
IV. The marginal utility of trade secrets. Risch, Michael 13723
The proper scope of patentability in international law. Kolitch, Shawn J. 11807
V. Proposed mechanism. Barbosa, Roberto Garza 10548
VI. Probable extraterritorial effects and a public choice democracy perspective. Barbosa, Roberto Garza 3793
What is patentable subject matter? The supreme court dismissed LabCorp v. Metabolite Laboratories, but the issue is not going away. Mota, Sue Ann 5160
Winner of the Computer Law Association 2006 Information Technology Law Writing Competition: gone in a blink: the overlooked privacy problems caused by contactless payment systems. Smith, Shane L. 21927

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