Economic Espionage and Theft of
Trade Secrets: The Case for a Federal Cause
of Action; Kelley Clements Keller & Brian M.Z. Reece.
The Income of the Twenty-First
Century: Online Advertising as a Case
Study for the Implications of Technology for Source-Based Taxation; Assaf Y. Prussak.
Contesting Monsanto’s Patents on Life: Transnational Juridical Dialogue and the Influence
of the European Court of Justice on Soybean- Exporting Countries; Marcelo Dias Varella & Maria Edelvacy Pinto Marinho.
New Law on Reverse Payment Settlements—The Agenda for Courts and
the Legislature After the Supreme Court’s Actavis Ruling; Peter Picht.
Will the JOBS Act Jump-Start the Video Game Industry? Crowdfunding Start-Up Capital; Van S. Wiltz.
Endermen, Creepers, and Copyright: The Bogeymen of User-Generated Content in Minecraft; Melinda J. Schlinsog.
Exhibit Facebook: The
Discoverability and Admissibility of Social Media Evidence; Emma W. Sholl.
The Computer Fraud and Abuse
Act: A Prosecutor’s Dream and a Hacker’s
Worst Nightmare— The Case Against Aaron Swartz and the Need To Reform the CFAA; Sarah A. Constant.
Fractured: How a Circuit
Split in Natural Gas Intellectual Property Law Puts the Environment at Risk; Elliot Singer.
The View from the Crossroads:
The European Union’s New Data Rules and the Future of U.S. Privacy Law; Alessandra Suuberg.
“A Million Little Antennas:” The Second Circuit’s Decision in
WNET, Thirteen v. Aereo, Inc., and the Next Great United States Supreme Court Copyright
Battle; Sebastian Wyatt Novak.
It’s De Minimis, but Wait! It’s Also Fair Use: Faulkner v. Sony Pictures
and Why Courts Should Focus on Developing the De Minimis Doctrine To Streamline
Copyright Infringement Analysis; Caroline Hewitt Fischer.
How the Fair Use Doctrine Is an Integral Part of the Copyright
Act: The Ninth Circuit’s Examination of
the Factors for Meritorious Fair Use in SOFA Entertainment, Inc. v. Dodger Productions, Inc.; Shane Exon
ONLINE ARTICLES (VOLUME 16)
"iPatent": Errors in the Patent Invalidation Standards in Apple v. Samsung, Daniel Bruce Blackburn
You May Reap What You Sow, but Only Once: How One Farmer’s Alleged Loophole May Alter the Scope of the Doctrine of Exhaustion in Monsanto v. Bowman, Brooke M. Bacuetes
Maker’s Mark v. Diageo:How Jose Cuervo Made Its Markwith the Infamous Dripping Red Wax Seal, Jillian Beth Bargar
Are "Limited Times" Truly Limited?:The Supreme Court Rules Removing Works from the Public Domain Is Lawful in Golan v. Holder, Lauren Peralta