New Issue of IP Law Review

Posted on Categories Intellectual Property Law, Legal Scholarship, Marquette Law School

The latest issue of the Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review is now out in print.  The contents include:

  • Mark Lemley’s Nies Lecture, “Can the Patent Office Be Fixed?”
  • Ysolde Gendreau’s lecture on copyright reform in Canada, “Canada and the Three-Step Test: A Step in Which Direction?”
  • Dalila Hoover’s article, “Coercion Will Not Protect Trademark Owners in China, but an Understanding of China’s Culture Will: A Lesson the United States Has to Learn”
  • Benedetta Ubertazzi’s article, “Intellectual Property Rights and Exclusive (Subject Matter) Jurisdiction: Between Private and Public International Law”
  • Brian Jacobs’ comment on intellectual property as security for financing
  • Colin Shanahan’s comment on the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement
  • Syvil Shelbourne’s comment on rule of reason patent misuse analysis
  • Nicholas Smith’s comment on Medimmune v. Genentech

Abstracts and links for full-text downloads are here.  Congratulations to the editors for bringing Volume 15 to a successful conclusion!

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