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ArticleTitleAuthor
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
15 Easy Come, Easy Go: Copyright Infringement and the DMCA's Notice and Takedown Provision in Light of Rossi v. MPAA

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
16 The Failures and Promises of Canada’s Alternative Compensation System for Private Reproduction of Copyrighted Recordings

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
15 Cases in Wake of Dastar v. Twentieth Century Fox Continue to Narrow the Scope of a "Reverse Passing Off" Claim

In 2003, the United States Supreme Court decided Dastar Corp. v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, narrowing the scope of protection under the federal Lanham Act for “reverse passing off.” “Reverse passing off” is derived from the statutory language in § 43(a) of the Lanham Act prohibiting a “false designation of origin” that is likely to cause consumer confusion and generally occurs where one company puts forth another company’s product as its own. A “reverse passing off” claim was also thought to be feasible against one who misrepresented the source of the creative or communicative work embodied in a product. In Dastar, however, the Court limited the ability to bring a claim of “reverse passing off” by narrowly defining the term “origin,” holding that “origin” refers only to the source of the tangible goods and not to the source of any idea, concept or communication embodied in the tangible goods. Following Dastar, several cases have further defined the scope of a “reverse passing off” claim. This Article introduces the concept of “reverse passing off” and then discusses the impact of Dastar and its application in subsequent cases.

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
259 Choose Your Words Wisely: Affirmative Representations as a Limit on § 230 Immunity

abstract   full article

Jeffrey R. Doty
297 A Survey of the DMCA’s Copyright Management Information Protections: The DMCA’s CMI Landscape After All Headline News and McClatchey

abstract   full article

Susuk Lim
311

Jacobson Revisited: Conditions, Covenants and the Future of Open-Source Software Licenses 

abstract   full article

Yamini Menon
467 Chief Judge Rader's Material Contribution to Geographic Indicator Analysis

abstract   full article

Signe H. Naeve
501 Influencing the Evolving IP System and Law Through International Outreach

abstract   full article

Esther H. Lim
515 Efforts to Establish Clear Standards for Exhaustion in Japan

abstract   full article

Kaoru Kuroda and Eiji Katayama
501 Personalized Medicine, Genetic Exceptionalism, and the Rule of Law: An Analysis of the Prevailing Justification for Invalidating BRCA1/2 Patents in Association of Molecular Pathology v. USPTO

abstract   full article

Kristen L. Burge
319 Foreword

abstract   full article

Martin J. Adelman
325 Developments in the Jurisprudence on the Use of Experts

abstract   full article

Hon. Marilyn L. Huff
335 Tuning the Obviousness Inquiry After KSR

abstract   full article

Mark D. Janis
405 Antiformalism at the Federal Circuit: The Jurisprudence of Chief Judge Rader

abstract   full article

Peter Lee
427 Celebrating Contributions of Chief Judge Rader to Patent Infringement Jurisprudence

abstract   full article

Katherine E. White
445 Fostering the Business of Innovation: The Untold Story of Bowers v. Baystate Technologies

abstract   full article

Robert W. Gomulkiewicz
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
15 Easy Come, Easy Go: Copyright Infringement and the DMCA's Notice and Takedown Provision in Light of Rossi v. MPAA

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
16 The Failures and Promises of Canada’s Alternative Compensation System for Private Reproduction of Copyrighted Recordings

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
15 Cases in Wake of Dastar v. Twentieth Century Fox Continue to Narrow the Scope of a "Reverse Passing Off" Claim

In 2003, the United States Supreme Court decided Dastar Corp. v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, narrowing the scope of protection under the federal Lanham Act for “reverse passing off.” “Reverse passing off” is derived from the statutory language in § 43(a) of the Lanham Act prohibiting a “false designation of origin” that is likely to cause consumer confusion and generally occurs where one company puts forth another company’s product as its own. A “reverse passing off” claim was also thought to be feasible against one who misrepresented the source of the creative or communicative work embodied in a product. In Dastar, however, the Court limited the ability to bring a claim of “reverse passing off” by narrowly defining the term “origin,” holding that “origin” refers only to the source of the tangible goods and not to the source of any idea, concept or communication embodied in the tangible goods. Following Dastar, several cases have further defined the scope of a “reverse passing off” claim. This Article introduces the concept of “reverse passing off” and then discusses the impact of Dastar and its application in subsequent cases.

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
259 Choose Your Words Wisely: Affirmative Representations as a Limit on § 230 Immunity

abstract   full article

Jeffrey R. Doty
297 A Survey of the DMCA’s Copyright Management Information Protections: The DMCA’s CMI Landscape After All Headline News and McClatchey

abstract   full article

Susuk Lim
311

Jacobson Revisited: Conditions, Covenants and the Future of Open-Source Software Licenses 

abstract   full article

Yamini Menon
467 Chief Judge Rader's Material Contribution to Geographic Indicator Analysis

abstract   full article

Signe H. Naeve
501 Influencing the Evolving IP System and Law Through International Outreach

abstract   full article

Esther H. Lim
515 Efforts to Establish Clear Standards for Exhaustion in Japan

abstract   full article

Kaoru Kuroda and Eiji Katayama
501 Personalized Medicine, Genetic Exceptionalism, and the Rule of Law: An Analysis of the Prevailing Justification for Invalidating BRCA1/2 Patents in Association of Molecular Pathology v. USPTO

abstract   full article

Kristen L. Burge
319 Foreword

abstract   full article

Martin J. Adelman
325 Developments in the Jurisprudence on the Use of Experts

abstract   full article

Hon. Marilyn L. Huff
335 Tuning the Obviousness Inquiry After KSR

abstract   full article

Mark D. Janis
405 Antiformalism at the Federal Circuit: The Jurisprudence of Chief Judge Rader

abstract   full article

Peter Lee
427 Celebrating Contributions of Chief Judge Rader to Patent Infringement Jurisprudence

abstract   full article

Katherine E. White
445 Fostering the Business of Innovation: The Untold Story of Bowers v. Baystate Technologies

abstract   full article

Robert W. Gomulkiewicz
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
15 Easy Come, Easy Go: Copyright Infringement and the DMCA's Notice and Takedown Provision in Light of Rossi v. MPAA

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
16 The Failures and Promises of Canada’s Alternative Compensation System for Private Reproduction of Copyrighted Recordings

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
15 Cases in Wake of Dastar v. Twentieth Century Fox Continue to Narrow the Scope of a "Reverse Passing Off" Claim

In 2003, the United States Supreme Court decided Dastar Corp. v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, narrowing the scope of protection under the federal Lanham Act for “reverse passing off.” “Reverse passing off” is derived from the statutory language in § 43(a) of the Lanham Act prohibiting a “false designation of origin” that is likely to cause consumer confusion and generally occurs where one company puts forth another company’s product as its own. A “reverse passing off” claim was also thought to be feasible against one who misrepresented the source of the creative or communicative work embodied in a product. In Dastar, however, the Court limited the ability to bring a claim of “reverse passing off” by narrowly defining the term “origin,” holding that “origin” refers only to the source of the tangible goods and not to the source of any idea, concept or communication embodied in the tangible goods. Following Dastar, several cases have further defined the scope of a “reverse passing off” claim. This Article introduces the concept of “reverse passing off” and then discusses the impact of Dastar and its application in subsequent cases.

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
259 Choose Your Words Wisely: Affirmative Representations as a Limit on § 230 Immunity

abstract   full article

Jeffrey R. Doty
297 A Survey of the DMCA’s Copyright Management Information Protections: The DMCA’s CMI Landscape After All Headline News and McClatchey

abstract   full article

Susuk Lim
311

Jacobson Revisited: Conditions, Covenants and the Future of Open-Source Software Licenses 

abstract   full article

Yamini Menon
467 Chief Judge Rader's Material Contribution to Geographic Indicator Analysis

abstract   full article

Signe H. Naeve
501 Influencing the Evolving IP System and Law Through International Outreach

abstract   full article

Esther H. Lim
515 Efforts to Establish Clear Standards for Exhaustion in Japan

abstract   full article

Kaoru Kuroda and Eiji Katayama
501 Personalized Medicine, Genetic Exceptionalism, and the Rule of Law: An Analysis of the Prevailing Justification for Invalidating BRCA1/2 Patents in Association of Molecular Pathology v. USPTO

abstract   full article

Kristen L. Burge
319 Foreword

abstract   full article

Martin J. Adelman
325 Developments in the Jurisprudence on the Use of Experts

abstract   full article

Hon. Marilyn L. Huff
335 Tuning the Obviousness Inquiry After KSR

abstract   full article

Mark D. Janis
405 Antiformalism at the Federal Circuit: The Jurisprudence of Chief Judge Rader

abstract   full article

Peter Lee
427 Celebrating Contributions of Chief Judge Rader to Patent Infringement Jurisprudence

abstract   full article

Katherine E. White
445 Fostering the Business of Innovation: The Untold Story of Bowers v. Baystate Technologies

abstract   full article

Robert W. Gomulkiewicz
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
15 Easy Come, Easy Go: Copyright Infringement and the DMCA's Notice and Takedown Provision in Light of Rossi v. MPAA

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
16 The Failures and Promises of Canada’s Alternative Compensation System for Private Reproduction of Copyrighted Recordings

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
15 Cases in Wake of Dastar v. Twentieth Century Fox Continue to Narrow the Scope of a "Reverse Passing Off" Claim

In 2003, the United States Supreme Court decided Dastar Corp. v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, narrowing the scope of protection under the federal Lanham Act for “reverse passing off.” “Reverse passing off” is derived from the statutory language in § 43(a) of the Lanham Act prohibiting a “false designation of origin” that is likely to cause consumer confusion and generally occurs where one company puts forth another company’s product as its own. A “reverse passing off” claim was also thought to be feasible against one who misrepresented the source of the creative or communicative work embodied in a product. In Dastar, however, the Court limited the ability to bring a claim of “reverse passing off” by narrowly defining the term “origin,” holding that “origin” refers only to the source of the tangible goods and not to the source of any idea, concept or communication embodied in the tangible goods. Following Dastar, several cases have further defined the scope of a “reverse passing off” claim. This Article introduces the concept of “reverse passing off” and then discusses the impact of Dastar and its application in subsequent cases.

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
259 Choose Your Words Wisely: Affirmative Representations as a Limit on § 230 Immunity

abstract   full article

Jeffrey R. Doty
297 A Survey of the DMCA’s Copyright Management Information Protections: The DMCA’s CMI Landscape After All Headline News and McClatchey

abstract   full article

Susuk Lim
311

Jacobson Revisited: Conditions, Covenants and the Future of Open-Source Software Licenses 

abstract   full article

Yamini Menon
467 Chief Judge Rader's Material Contribution to Geographic Indicator Analysis

abstract   full article

Signe H. Naeve
501 Influencing the Evolving IP System and Law Through International Outreach

abstract   full article

Esther H. Lim
515 Efforts to Establish Clear Standards for Exhaustion in Japan

abstract   full article

Kaoru Kuroda and Eiji Katayama
501 Personalized Medicine, Genetic Exceptionalism, and the Rule of Law: An Analysis of the Prevailing Justification for Invalidating BRCA1/2 Patents in Association of Molecular Pathology v. USPTO

abstract   full article

Kristen L. Burge
319 Foreword

abstract   full article

Martin J. Adelman
325 Developments in the Jurisprudence on the Use of Experts

abstract   full article

Hon. Marilyn L. Huff
335 Tuning the Obviousness Inquiry After KSR

abstract   full article

Mark D. Janis
405 Antiformalism at the Federal Circuit: The Jurisprudence of Chief Judge Rader

abstract   full article

Peter Lee
427 Celebrating Contributions of Chief Judge Rader to Patent Infringement Jurisprudence

abstract   full article

Katherine E. White
445 Fostering the Business of Innovation: The Untold Story of Bowers v. Baystate Technologies

abstract   full article

Robert W. Gomulkiewicz
24

Intellectual Property Protection for Fashion Design: An Overview of Existing Law and A Look Toward Proposed Legislative Changes

abstract   full article

Elizabeth Mills
543 Bidding on Trademarked Keywords in Search Engines: A Trademark Law Update

abstract   full article

Ryan Baker
555 Prometheus v. Mayo: Limited Implications for § 101 Jurisprudence

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
587 Update Needed? Digital Downloaders and the Innocent Infringer Defense

abstract   full article

Colin Conerton
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
15 Easy Come, Easy Go: Copyright Infringement and the DMCA's Notice and Takedown Provision in Light of Rossi v. MPAA

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
16 The Failures and Promises of Canada’s Alternative Compensation System for Private Reproduction of Copyrighted Recordings

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
15 Cases in Wake of Dastar v. Twentieth Century Fox Continue to Narrow the Scope of a "Reverse Passing Off" Claim

In 2003, the United States Supreme Court decided Dastar Corp. v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, narrowing the scope of protection under the federal Lanham Act for “reverse passing off.” “Reverse passing off” is derived from the statutory language in § 43(a) of the Lanham Act prohibiting a “false designation of origin” that is likely to cause consumer confusion and generally occurs where one company puts forth another company’s product as its own. A “reverse passing off” claim was also thought to be feasible against one who misrepresented the source of the creative or communicative work embodied in a product. In Dastar, however, the Court limited the ability to bring a claim of “reverse passing off” by narrowly defining the term “origin,” holding that “origin” refers only to the source of the tangible goods and not to the source of any idea, concept or communication embodied in the tangible goods. Following Dastar, several cases have further defined the scope of a “reverse passing off” claim. This Article introduces the concept of “reverse passing off” and then discusses the impact of Dastar and its application in subsequent cases.

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
259 Choose Your Words Wisely: Affirmative Representations as a Limit on § 230 Immunity

abstract   full article

Jeffrey R. Doty
297 A Survey of the DMCA’s Copyright Management Information Protections: The DMCA’s CMI Landscape After All Headline News and McClatchey

abstract   full article

Susuk Lim
311

Jacobson Revisited: Conditions, Covenants and the Future of Open-Source Software Licenses 

abstract   full article

Yamini Menon
467 Chief Judge Rader's Material Contribution to Geographic Indicator Analysis

abstract   full article

Signe H. Naeve
501 Influencing the Evolving IP System and Law Through International Outreach

abstract   full article

Esther H. Lim
515 Efforts to Establish Clear Standards for Exhaustion in Japan

abstract   full article

Kaoru Kuroda and Eiji Katayama
501 Personalized Medicine, Genetic Exceptionalism, and the Rule of Law: An Analysis of the Prevailing Justification for Invalidating BRCA1/2 Patents in Association of Molecular Pathology v. USPTO

abstract   full article

Kristen L. Burge
319 Foreword

abstract   full article

Martin J. Adelman
325 Developments in the Jurisprudence on the Use of Experts

abstract   full article

Hon. Marilyn L. Huff
335 Tuning the Obviousness Inquiry After KSR

abstract   full article

Mark D. Janis
405 Antiformalism at the Federal Circuit: The Jurisprudence of Chief Judge Rader

abstract   full article

Peter Lee
427 Celebrating Contributions of Chief Judge Rader to Patent Infringement Jurisprudence

abstract   full article

Katherine E. White
445 Fostering the Business of Innovation: The Untold Story of Bowers v. Baystate Technologies

abstract   full article

Robert W. Gomulkiewicz
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
15 Easy Come, Easy Go: Copyright Infringement and the DMCA's Notice and Takedown Provision in Light of Rossi v. MPAA

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
16 The Failures and Promises of Canada’s Alternative Compensation System for Private Reproduction of Copyrighted Recordings

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
15 Cases in Wake of Dastar v. Twentieth Century Fox Continue to Narrow the Scope of a "Reverse Passing Off" Claim

In 2003, the United States Supreme Court decided Dastar Corp. v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, narrowing the scope of protection under the federal Lanham Act for “reverse passing off.” “Reverse passing off” is derived from the statutory language in § 43(a) of the Lanham Act prohibiting a “false designation of origin” that is likely to cause consumer confusion and generally occurs where one company puts forth another company’s product as its own. A “reverse passing off” claim was also thought to be feasible against one who misrepresented the source of the creative or communicative work embodied in a product. In Dastar, however, the Court limited the ability to bring a claim of “reverse passing off” by narrowly defining the term “origin,” holding that “origin” refers only to the source of the tangible goods and not to the source of any idea, concept or communication embodied in the tangible goods. Following Dastar, several cases have further defined the scope of a “reverse passing off” claim. This Article introduces the concept of “reverse passing off” and then discusses the impact of Dastar and its application in subsequent cases.

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
259 Choose Your Words Wisely: Affirmative Representations as a Limit on § 230 Immunity

abstract   full article

Jeffrey R. Doty
297 A Survey of the DMCA’s Copyright Management Information Protections: The DMCA’s CMI Landscape After All Headline News and McClatchey

abstract   full article

Susuk Lim
311

Jacobson Revisited: Conditions, Covenants and the Future of Open-Source Software Licenses 

abstract   full article

Yamini Menon
467 Chief Judge Rader's Material Contribution to Geographic Indicator Analysis

abstract   full article

Signe H. Naeve
501 Influencing the Evolving IP System and Law Through International Outreach

abstract   full article

Esther H. Lim
515 Efforts to Establish Clear Standards for Exhaustion in Japan

abstract   full article

Kaoru Kuroda and Eiji Katayama
501 Personalized Medicine, Genetic Exceptionalism, and the Rule of Law: An Analysis of the Prevailing Justification for Invalidating BRCA1/2 Patents in Association of Molecular Pathology v. USPTO

abstract   full article

Kristen L. Burge
319 Foreword

abstract   full article

Martin J. Adelman
325 Developments in the Jurisprudence on the Use of Experts

abstract   full article

Hon. Marilyn L. Huff
335 Tuning the Obviousness Inquiry After KSR

abstract   full article

Mark D. Janis
405 Antiformalism at the Federal Circuit: The Jurisprudence of Chief Judge Rader

abstract   full article

Peter Lee
427 Celebrating Contributions of Chief Judge Rader to Patent Infringement Jurisprudence

abstract   full article

Katherine E. White
445 Fostering the Business of Innovation: The Untold Story of Bowers v. Baystate Technologies

abstract   full article

Robert W. Gomulkiewicz
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
15 Easy Come, Easy Go: Copyright Infringement and the DMCA's Notice and Takedown Provision in Light of Rossi v. MPAA

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
16 The Failures and Promises of Canada’s Alternative Compensation System for Private Reproduction of Copyrighted Recordings

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
15 Cases in Wake of Dastar v. Twentieth Century Fox Continue to Narrow the Scope of a "Reverse Passing Off" Claim

In 2003, the United States Supreme Court decided Dastar Corp. v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, narrowing the scope of protection under the federal Lanham Act for “reverse passing off.” “Reverse passing off” is derived from the statutory language in § 43(a) of the Lanham Act prohibiting a “false designation of origin” that is likely to cause consumer confusion and generally occurs where one company puts forth another company’s product as its own. A “reverse passing off” claim was also thought to be feasible against one who misrepresented the source of the creative or communicative work embodied in a product. In Dastar, however, the Court limited the ability to bring a claim of “reverse passing off” by narrowly defining the term “origin,” holding that “origin” refers only to the source of the tangible goods and not to the source of any idea, concept or communication embodied in the tangible goods. Following Dastar, several cases have further defined the scope of a “reverse passing off” claim. This Article introduces the concept of “reverse passing off” and then discusses the impact of Dastar and its application in subsequent cases.

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
259 Choose Your Words Wisely: Affirmative Representations as a Limit on § 230 Immunity

abstract   full article

Jeffrey R. Doty
297 A Survey of the DMCA’s Copyright Management Information Protections: The DMCA’s CMI Landscape After All Headline News and McClatchey

abstract   full article

Susuk Lim
311

Jacobson Revisited: Conditions, Covenants and the Future of Open-Source Software Licenses 

abstract   full article

Yamini Menon
467 Chief Judge Rader's Material Contribution to Geographic Indicator Analysis

abstract   full article

Signe H. Naeve
501 Influencing the Evolving IP System and Law Through International Outreach

abstract   full article

Esther H. Lim
515 Efforts to Establish Clear Standards for Exhaustion in Japan

abstract   full article

Kaoru Kuroda and Eiji Katayama
501 Personalized Medicine, Genetic Exceptionalism, and the Rule of Law: An Analysis of the Prevailing Justification for Invalidating BRCA1/2 Patents in Association of Molecular Pathology v. USPTO

abstract   full article

Kristen L. Burge
319 Foreword

abstract   full article

Martin J. Adelman
325 Developments in the Jurisprudence on the Use of Experts

abstract   full article

Hon. Marilyn L. Huff
335 Tuning the Obviousness Inquiry After KSR

abstract   full article

Mark D. Janis
405 Antiformalism at the Federal Circuit: The Jurisprudence of Chief Judge Rader

abstract   full article

Peter Lee
427 Celebrating Contributions of Chief Judge Rader to Patent Infringement Jurisprudence

abstract   full article

Katherine E. White
445 Fostering the Business of Innovation: The Untold Story of Bowers v. Baystate Technologies

abstract   full article

Robert W. Gomulkiewicz
24

Intellectual Property Protection for Fashion Design: An Overview of Existing Law and A Look Toward Proposed Legislative Changes

abstract   full article

Elizabeth Mills
543 Bidding on Trademarked Keywords in Search Engines: A Trademark Law Update

abstract   full article

Ryan Baker
555 Prometheus v. Mayo: Limited Implications for § 101 Jurisprudence

abstract   full article

Jessica Belle
587 Update Needed? Digital Downloaders and the Innocent Infringer Defense

abstract   full article

Colin Conerton
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
15 Easy Come, Easy Go: Copyright Infringement and the DMCA's Notice and Takedown Provision in Light of Rossi v. MPAA

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
16 The Failures and Promises of Canada’s Alternative Compensation System for Private Reproduction of Copyrighted Recordings

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
15 Cases in Wake of Dastar v. Twentieth Century Fox Continue to Narrow the Scope of a "Reverse Passing Off" Claim

In 2003, the United States Supreme Court decided Dastar Corp. v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, narrowing the scope of protection under the federal Lanham Act for “reverse passing off.” “Reverse passing off” is derived from the statutory language in § 43(a) of the Lanham Act prohibiting a “false designation of origin” that is likely to cause consumer confusion and generally occurs where one company puts forth another company’s product as its own. A “reverse passing off” claim was also thought to be feasible against one who misrepresented the source of the creative or communicative work embodied in a product. In Dastar, however, the Court limited the ability to bring a claim of “reverse passing off” by narrowly defining the term “origin,” holding that “origin” refers only to the source of the tangible goods and not to the source of any idea, concept or communication embodied in the tangible goods. Following Dastar, several cases have further defined the scope of a “reverse passing off” claim. This Article introduces the concept of “reverse passing off” and then discusses the impact of Dastar and its application in subsequent cases.

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
259 Choose Your Words Wisely: Affirmative Representations as a Limit on § 230 Immunity

abstract   full article

Jeffrey R. Doty
297 A Survey of the DMCA’s Copyright Management Information Protections: The DMCA’s CMI Landscape After All Headline News and McClatchey

abstract   full article

Susuk Lim
311

Jacobson Revisited: Conditions, Covenants and the Future of Open-Source Software Licenses 

abstract   full article

Yamini Menon
467 Chief Judge Rader's Material Contribution to Geographic Indicator Analysis

abstract   full article

Signe H. Naeve
501 Influencing the Evolving IP System and Law Through International Outreach

abstract   full article

Esther H. Lim
515 Efforts to Establish Clear Standards for Exhaustion in Japan

abstract   full article

Kaoru Kuroda and Eiji Katayama
501 Personalized Medicine, Genetic Exceptionalism, and the Rule of Law: An Analysis of the Prevailing Justification for Invalidating BRCA1/2 Patents in Association of Molecular Pathology v. USPTO

abstract   full article

Kristen L. Burge
319 Foreword

abstract   full article

Martin J. Adelman
325 Developments in the Jurisprudence on the Use of Experts

abstract   full article

Hon. Marilyn L. Huff
335 Tuning the Obviousness Inquiry After KSR

abstract   full article

Mark D. Janis
405 Antiformalism at the Federal Circuit: The Jurisprudence of Chief Judge Rader

abstract   full article

Peter Lee
427 Celebrating Contributions of Chief Judge Rader to Patent Infringement Jurisprudence

abstract   full article

Katherine E. White
445 Fostering the Business of Innovation: The Untold Story of Bowers v. Baystate Technologies

abstract   full article

Robert W. Gomulkiewicz
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
15 Easy Come, Easy Go: Copyright Infringement and the DMCA's Notice and Takedown Provision in Light of Rossi v. MPAA

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
16 The Failures and Promises of Canada’s Alternative Compensation System for Private Reproduction of Copyrighted Recordings

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
15 Cases in Wake of Dastar v. Twentieth Century Fox Continue to Narrow the Scope of a "Reverse Passing Off" Claim

In 2003, the United States Supreme Court decided Dastar Corp. v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, narrowing the scope of protection under the federal Lanham Act for “reverse passing off.” “Reverse passing off” is derived from the statutory language in § 43(a) of the Lanham Act prohibiting a “false designation of origin” that is likely to cause consumer confusion and generally occurs where one company puts forth another company’s product as its own. A “reverse passing off” claim was also thought to be feasible against one who misrepresented the source of the creative or communicative work embodied in a product. In Dastar, however, the Court limited the ability to bring a claim of “reverse passing off” by narrowly defining the term “origin,” holding that “origin” refers only to the source of the tangible goods and not to the source of any idea, concept or communication embodied in the tangible goods. Following Dastar, several cases have further defined the scope of a “reverse passing off” claim. This Article introduces the concept of “reverse passing off” and then discusses the impact of Dastar and its application in subsequent cases.

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
259 Choose Your Words Wisely: Affirmative Representations as a Limit on § 230 Immunity

abstract   full article

Jeffrey R. Doty
297 A Survey of the DMCA’s Copyright Management Information Protections: The DMCA’s CMI Landscape After All Headline News and McClatchey

abstract   full article

Susuk Lim
311

Jacobson Revisited: Conditions, Covenants and the Future of Open-Source Software Licenses 

abstract   full article

Yamini Menon
467 Chief Judge Rader's Material Contribution to Geographic Indicator Analysis

abstract   full article

Signe H. Naeve
501 Influencing the Evolving IP System and Law Through International Outreach

abstract   full article

Esther H. Lim
515 Efforts to Establish Clear Standards for Exhaustion in Japan

abstract   full article

Kaoru Kuroda and Eiji Katayama
501 Personalized Medicine, Genetic Exceptionalism, and the Rule of Law: An Analysis of the Prevailing Justification for Invalidating BRCA1/2 Patents in Association of Molecular Pathology v. USPTO

abstract   full article

Kristen L. Burge
319 Foreword

abstract   full article

Martin J. Adelman
325 Developments in the Jurisprudence on the Use of Experts

abstract   full article

Hon. Marilyn L. Huff
335 Tuning the Obviousness Inquiry After KSR

abstract   full article

Mark D. Janis
405 Antiformalism at the Federal Circuit: The Jurisprudence of Chief Judge Rader

abstract   full article

Peter Lee
427 Celebrating Contributions of Chief Judge Rader to Patent Infringement Jurisprudence

abstract   full article

Katherine E. White
445 Fostering the Business of Innovation: The Untold Story of Bowers v. Baystate Technologies

abstract   full article

Robert W. Gomulkiewicz
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
15 Easy Come, Easy Go: Copyright Infringement and the DMCA's Notice and Takedown Provision in Light of Rossi v. MPAA

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
16 The Failures and Promises of Canada’s Alternative Compensation System for Private Reproduction of Copyrighted Recordings

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
15 Cases in Wake of Dastar v. Twentieth Century Fox Continue to Narrow the Scope of a "Reverse Passing Off" Claim

In 2003, the United States Supreme Court decided Dastar Corp. v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, narrowing the scope of protection under the federal Lanham Act for “reverse passing off.” “Reverse passing off” is derived from the statutory language in § 43(a) of the Lanham Act prohibiting a “false designation of origin” that is likely to cause consumer confusion and generally occurs where one company puts forth another company’s product as its own. A “reverse passing off” claim was also thought to be feasible against one who misrepresented the source of the creative or communicative work embodied in a product. In Dastar, however, the Court limited the ability to bring a claim of “reverse passing off” by narrowly defining the term “origin,” holding that “origin” refers only to the source of the tangible goods and not to the source of any idea, concept or communication embodied in the tangible goods. Following Dastar, several cases have further defined the scope of a “reverse passing off” claim. This Article introduces the concept of “reverse passing off” and then discusses the impact of Dastar and its application in subsequent cases.

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
259 Choose Your Words Wisely: Affirmative Representations as a Limit on § 230 Immunity

abstract   full article

Jeffrey R. Doty
297 A Survey of the DMCA’s Copyright Management Information Protections: The DMCA’s CMI Landscape After All Headline News and McClatchey

abstract   full article

Susuk Lim
311

Jacobson Revisited: Conditions, Covenants and the Future of Open-Source Software Licenses 

abstract   full article

Yamini Menon
467 Chief Judge Rader's Material Contribution to Geographic Indicator Analysis

abstract   full article

Signe H. Naeve
501 Influencing the Evolving IP System and Law Through International Outreach

abstract   full article

Esther H. Lim
515 Efforts to Establish Clear Standards for Exhaustion in Japan

abstract   full article

Kaoru Kuroda and Eiji Katayama
501 Personalized Medicine, Genetic Exceptionalism, and the Rule of Law: An Analysis of the Prevailing Justification for Invalidating BRCA1/2 Patents in Association of Molecular Pathology v. USPTO

abstract   full article

Kristen L. Burge
319 Foreword

abstract   full article

Martin J. Adelman
325 Developments in the Jurisprudence on the Use of Experts

abstract   full article

Hon. Marilyn L. Huff
335 Tuning the Obviousness Inquiry After KSR

abstract   full article

Mark D. Janis
405 Antiformalism at the Federal Circuit: The Jurisprudence of Chief Judge Rader

abstract   full article

Peter Lee
427 Celebrating Contributions of Chief Judge Rader to Patent Infringement Jurisprudence

abstract   full article

Katherine E. White
445 Fostering the Business of Innovation: The Untold Story of Bowers v. Baystate Technologies

abstract   full article

Robert W. Gomulkiewicz
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
15 Easy Come, Easy Go: Copyright Infringement and the DMCA's Notice and Takedown Provision in Light of Rossi v. MPAA

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
16 The Failures and Promises of Canada’s Alternative Compensation System for Private Reproduction of Copyrighted Recordings

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
15 Cases in Wake of Dastar v. Twentieth Century Fox Continue to Narrow the Scope of a "Reverse Passing Off" Claim

In 2003, the United States Supreme Court decided Dastar Corp. v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, narrowing the scope of protection under the federal Lanham Act for “reverse passing off.” “Reverse passing off” is derived from the statutory language in § 43(a) of the Lanham Act prohibiting a “false designation of origin” that is likely to cause consumer confusion and generally occurs where one company puts forth another company’s product as its own. A “reverse passing off” claim was also thought to be feasible against one who misrepresented the source of the creative or communicative work embodied in a product. In Dastar, however, the Court limited the ability to bring a claim of “reverse passing off” by narrowly defining the term “origin,” holding that “origin” refers only to the source of the tangible goods and not to the source of any idea, concept or communication embodied in the tangible goods. Following Dastar, several cases have further defined the scope of a “reverse passing off” claim. This Article introduces the concept of “reverse passing off” and then discusses the impact of Dastar and its application in subsequent cases.

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
259 Choose Your Words Wisely: Affirmative Representations as a Limit on § 230 Immunity

abstract   full article

Jeffrey R. Doty
297 A Survey of the DMCA’s Copyright Management Information Protections: The DMCA’s CMI Landscape After All Headline News and McClatchey

abstract   full article

Susuk Lim
311

Jacobson Revisited: Conditions, Covenants and the Future of Open-Source Software Licenses 

abstract   full article

Yamini Menon
467 Chief Judge Rader's Material Contribution to Geographic Indicator Analysis

abstract   full article

Signe H. Naeve
501 Influencing the Evolving IP System and Law Through International Outreach

abstract   full article

Esther H. Lim
515 Efforts to Establish Clear Standards for Exhaustion in Japan

abstract   full article

Kaoru Kuroda and Eiji Katayama
501 Personalized Medicine, Genetic Exceptionalism, and the Rule of Law: An Analysis of the Prevailing Justification for Invalidating BRCA1/2 Patents in Association of Molecular Pathology v. USPTO

abstract   full article

Kristen L. Burge
319 Foreword

abstract   full article

Martin J. Adelman
325 Developments in the Jurisprudence on the Use of Experts

abstract   full article

Hon. Marilyn L. Huff
335 Tuning the Obviousness Inquiry After KSR

abstract   full article

Mark D. Janis
405 Antiformalism at the Federal Circuit: The Jurisprudence of Chief Judge Rader

abstract   full article

Peter Lee
427 Celebrating Contributions of Chief Judge Rader to Patent Infringement Jurisprudence

abstract   full article

Katherine E. White
445 Fostering the Business of Innovation: The Untold Story of Bowers v. Baystate Technologies

abstract   full article

Robert W. Gomulkiewicz
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

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Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

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Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
15 Easy Come, Easy Go: Copyright Infringement and the DMCA's Notice and Takedown Provision in Light of Rossi v. MPAA

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
16 The Failures and Promises of Canada’s Alternative Compensation System for Private Reproduction of Copyrighted Recordings

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
15 Cases in Wake of Dastar v. Twentieth Century Fox Continue to Narrow the Scope of a "Reverse Passing Off" Claim

In 2003, the United States Supreme Court decided Dastar Corp. v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, narrowing the scope of protection under the federal Lanham Act for “reverse passing off.” “Reverse passing off” is derived from the statutory language in § 43(a) of the Lanham Act prohibiting a “false designation of origin” that is likely to cause consumer confusion and generally occurs where one company puts forth another company’s product as its own. A “reverse passing off” claim was also thought to be feasible against one who misrepresented the source of the creative or communicative work embodied in a product. In Dastar, however, the Court limited the ability to bring a claim of “reverse passing off” by narrowly defining the term “origin,” holding that “origin” refers only to the source of the tangible goods and not to the source of any idea, concept or communication embodied in the tangible goods. Following Dastar, several cases have further defined the scope of a “reverse passing off” claim. This Article introduces the concept of “reverse passing off” and then discusses the impact of Dastar and its application in subsequent cases.

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
259 Choose Your Words Wisely: Affirmative Representations as a Limit on § 230 Immunity

abstract   full article

Jeffrey R. Doty
297 A Survey of the DMCA’s Copyright Management Information Protections: The DMCA’s CMI Landscape After All Headline News and McClatchey

abstract   full article

Susuk Lim
311

Jacobson Revisited: Conditions, Covenants and the Future of Open-Source Software Licenses 

abstract   full article

Yamini Menon
467 Chief Judge Rader's Material Contribution to Geographic Indicator Analysis

abstract   full article

Signe H. Naeve
501 Influencing the Evolving IP System and Law Through International Outreach

abstract   full article

Esther H. Lim
515 Efforts to Establish Clear Standards for Exhaustion in Japan

abstract   full article

Kaoru Kuroda and Eiji Katayama
501 Personalized Medicine, Genetic Exceptionalism, and the Rule of Law: An Analysis of the Prevailing Justification for Invalidating BRCA1/2 Patents in Association of Molecular Pathology v. USPTO

abstract   full article

Kristen L. Burge
319 Foreword

abstract   full article

Martin J. Adelman
325 Developments in the Jurisprudence on the Use of Experts

abstract   full article

Hon. Marilyn L. Huff
335 Tuning the Obviousness Inquiry After KSR

abstract   full article

Mark D. Janis
405 Antiformalism at the Federal Circuit: The Jurisprudence of Chief Judge Rader

abstract   full article

Peter Lee
427 Celebrating Contributions of Chief Judge Rader to Patent Infringement Jurisprudence

abstract   full article

Katherine E. White
445 Fostering the Business of Innovation: The Untold Story of Bowers v. Baystate Technologies

abstract   full article

Robert W. Gomulkiewicz
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
1 Broadening the Scope of Electronic Reproductions: The Interpretation of Section 201(c) in Faulkner v. National Geographic Enterprises Inc.

abstract   full article

Shan Sivalingam
3 Podcasting Pop Songs?: Licensing Concerns with Podcasts that contain Mainstream music

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
4

Patent Rights Under FOSS Licensing Schemes

abstract   full article

Shaobin Zhu
2

Liability for Search Engine Triggering of Trademarked Keywords after Rescuecom

abstract   full article

Riana Pfefferkorn
1 Walking from Cloud to Cloud: The Portability Issue in Cloud Computing

abstract   full article

Robert H. Carpenter, Jr.
13 A Matter of Access: How Bypassing DRM Does Not Always Violate the DMCA

abstract   full article

Alicia Hoffer
61 Who Are You? Difficulties in Obtaining Trademark Protection for Domain Names

abstract   full article

Luke M. Rona
7

FRCP 19: A Preferable Alternative to Traditional Judicial Rules for Determining Patent Licensee Standing

 

abstract   full article

Jeffrey Bashaw
93 Neutralizing Actual Controversy: How Patent Holders Can Reduce the Risk of Declaratory Judgment in Patent Disputes

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
105 End User Liability for Software Developed with Trade Secrets

abstract   full article

Jeff Patterson
135 Cross-Border Contributory Patent Infringement in Germany

abstract   full article

Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar
149 Copyright Infringement Liability of Placeshifting Services in the United States and Japan

abstract   full article

Naoya Isoda
79 Whose Invention Is It Anyway? Employee Invention-Assignment Agreements and Their Limits

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
8

Copyright Liability for Those Who Provide the Means of Infringement: In light of the RIAA lawsuits, who is at risk for the infringing acts of others?

abstract   full article

Karen Horowitz
14

The Limits of Expanding Patent Claim Scope to Provoke an Interference with a Competitor

 

abstract   full article

Christopher L. Kuyper
171 The "Three Strikes" Policy in Korean Copyright Act 2009: Safe or Out?

abstract   full article

Sun-Young Moon & Daeup Kim
217 “Capital” Punishment: Evaluating an Investor’s Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability after Veoh

abstract   full article

James L. Proctor, Jr.
233 Exportability’s Effect on Process Patent Enforcement: Why § 271(f) Export Restrictions Do Not Apply to Intangible Process Claims

abstract   full article

Homer Yang-hsien Hsu
247 How Much is too Much? Copyright Protection of Short Portions of Text in the United States and European Union after Infopaq International A/S v. Danske Dagblades

abstract   full article

Connor Moran
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

abstract   full article

Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

abstract   full article

Erin F. Fonté
177 Pacific Northwest Perspective: The Impact of the America Invents Act on Nonprofit Global Health Organizations

abstract   full article

John Morgan and Veronica Sandoval
239 Aereo and Cablevision: How Courts Are Struggling to Harmonize the Public Performance Right with Online Retransmission of Broadcast Television

abstract   full article

Sam Méndez
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

abstract   full article

Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

abstract   full article

Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

abstract   full article

Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

abstract   full article

Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

abstract   full article

Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
237 Cheaper Watches and Copyright Law: Navigating “Gray Markets” After the Supreme Court’s Split in Costco v. Omega, S.A.

abstract   full article

Parker A. Howell
265 Loaded Question: Examining Loadable Kernel Modules Under the General Public License v2

abstract   full article

Curt Blake and Joseph Probst
155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

abstract   full article

Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

abstract   full article

Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

abstract   full article

Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
15 Easy Come, Easy Go: Copyright Infringement and the DMCA's Notice and Takedown Provision in Light of Rossi v. MPAA

abstract   full article

Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
16 The Failures and Promises of Canada’s Alternative Compensation System for Private Reproduction of Copyrighted Recordings

abstract   full article

Evgenia Fkiaras
15 Cases in Wake of Dastar v. Twentieth Century Fox Continue to Narrow the Scope of a "Reverse Passing Off" Claim

In 2003, the United States Supreme Court decided Dastar Corp. v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, narrowing the scope of protection under the federal Lanham Act for “reverse passing off.” “Reverse passing off” is derived from the statutory language in § 43(a) of the Lanham Act prohibiting a “false designation of origin” that is likely to cause consumer confusion and generally occurs where one company puts forth another company’s product as its own. A “reverse passing off” claim was also thought to be feasible against one who misrepresented the source of the creative or communicative work embodied in a product. In Dastar, however, the Court limited the ability to bring a claim of “reverse passing off” by narrowly defining the term “origin,” holding that “origin” refers only to the source of the tangible goods and not to the source of any idea, concept or communication embodied in the tangible goods. Following Dastar, several cases have further defined the scope of a “reverse passing off” claim. This Article introduces the concept of “reverse passing off” and then discusses the impact of Dastar and its application in subsequent cases.

abstract   full article

Jared Barrett
259 Choose Your Words Wisely: Affirmative Representations as a Limit on § 230 Immunity

abstract   full article

Jeffrey R. Doty
297 A Survey of the DMCA’s Copyright Management Information Protections: The DMCA’s CMI Landscape After All Headline News and McClatchey

abstract   full article

Susuk Lim
311

Jacobson Revisited: Conditions, Covenants and the Future of Open-Source Software Licenses 

abstract   full article

Yamini Menon
467 Chief Judge Rader's Material Contribution to Geographic Indicator Analysis

abstract   full article

Signe H. Naeve
501 Influencing the Evolving IP System and Law Through International Outreach

abstract   full article

Esther H. Lim
515 Efforts to Establish Clear Standards for Exhaustion in Japan

abstract   full article

Kaoru Kuroda and Eiji Katayama
501 Personalized Medicine, Genetic Exceptionalism, and the Rule of Law: An Analysis of the Prevailing Justification for Invalidating BRCA1/2 Patents in Association of Molecular Pathology v. USPTO

abstract   full article

Kristen L. Burge
319 Foreword

abstract   full article

Martin J. Adelman
325 Developments in the Jurisprudence on the Use of Experts

abstract   full article

Hon. Marilyn L. Huff
335 Tuning the Obviousness Inquiry After KSR

abstract   full article

Mark D. Janis
405 Antiformalism at the Federal Circuit: The Jurisprudence of Chief Judge Rader

abstract   full article

Peter Lee
427 Celebrating Contributions of Chief Judge Rader to Patent Infringement Jurisprudence

abstract   full article

Katherine E. White
445 Fostering the Business of Innovation: The Untold Story of Bowers v. Baystate Technologies

abstract   full article

Robert W. Gomulkiewicz
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan