Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts Issues

Volumes 1 - 5 were published under the journal name "Shidler Journal of Law, Commerce + Technology".

Volume 10

Issue 4 Spring 2015

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249 Markman Twenty Years Later: Twenty Years of Unintended Consequences

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Jerry A. Riedinger
305 The Other Side of the Coin: The FEC's Move to Approve Cryptocurrency’s Use and Deny Its Viability

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Juliya Ziskina
329 Travelers Beware: Tort Liability in the Sharing Economy

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Talia Loucks
343 Drone Drain: How the FAA Can Avoid Draining (and Instead Spur) the American Drone Industry by Adding Nuance to its Draft Small UAS Rules

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Brooks Lindsay

Issue 3 Winter 2015

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153 The Anti-Clone Wars: Towards a Reinvigoration of the Doctrine of Patent Misuse and the Per Se Illegality of Anti-Cloning Provisions

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Patrick Holvey
205 Standing Room Only: MadStad Engineering and the Potential to Challenge the Constitutionality of the America Invents Act’s “First-Inventor-to-File” Patenting System

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Christopher J. Ferrell
221 The Code-Based Interpretation of Authorization: An Incomplete Picture

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Nicholas R. Ulrich
237 Radio Revolution: The Local Community Radio Act’s Expansion of Possibilities for Low-Power FM Stations

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Jeffrey M. Echert

Issue 2 Fall 2014

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89 Framing the Issue: Avoiding a Substantial Similarity Finding in Reproduced Visual Art

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Rachael Wallace
109 Hologram Images and the Entertainment Industry: New Legal Territory?

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Stephen Anson
125 Consignment Catastrophes: Lessons from New York’s Art Gallery Fraud

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Megan Haslach
137 Getting Beyond Abstract Confusion: How the United Kingdom’s Jurisprudence Can Aid in Developing an Analytic Framework for Patent-Eligibility in Light of Alice v. CLS Bank

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Brendon Beheshti

Issue 1 Summer 2014

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1 The Evolving Landscape of TCPA Consent Standards and Ways to Minimize Risk

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Misa K. Bretschneider
17 Fixed Perspectives: The Evolving Contours of the Fixation Requirement in Copyright Law

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Evan Brown
35 Discovering the Undiscoverable: Patent Eligibility of DNA and the Future of Biotechnical Patent Claims Post-Myriad

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Alex Boguniewicz
51 Spying on Americans: At What Point Does The NSA’s Collection and Searching of Metadata Violate The Fourth Amendment?

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Elizabeth Atkins

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