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Inventions Made for Hire

 

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Post-Booker Judicial Discretion and Sentencing Trends in Criminal Intellectual Property Cases: Empirical Analysis and Societal Implications

 

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Conception and Misconception in Joint Inventorship

 

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Copyright Conspiracy: How the New Copyright Alert System May Violate the Sherman Act

 

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The Most Fascinating Kind of Art: Fashion Design Protection as a Moral Right

By Katelyn N. Andrews* Introduction I. Shortcomings of the Economic Analysis A. The First-Mover Advantage B. Imperfect Copies II. Fashion as Art A. Fashion Imitating Art 1. The Fashion Designer as Artist 2. Appropriation, Collaboration, and Inspiration 3. Museums’ and Runway Shows’ Display of Fashion as Art B. Art Imitating Fashion C. Is Fashion Art? more ยป

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Work as Weapon, Author as Target: Why Parodies That Target Authors (Not Just Their Works) Should Be Fair Uses

 

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