JIPEL Vol. 4 – No. 1
Vol. 4 – No. 1 (Fall 2014)
The NYU Journal of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law is proud to present its Winter 2014 Edition of the Journal. While individual PDFs of articles may be found accompanying their respective posts, you may download a complete PDF of the Winter 2014 Edition containing all of the articles along with a preface from the Journal’s Editor-in-Chief, Spencer Joffrion, here.
By Liz Brown* Download a PDF version of this article here.More →
By Esteban Donoso* Download a PDF version of this article here. An application of the formula and data described in Part II.B. of the paper may be found here.More →
Amicus Brief of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the ACLU of Virginia in Radiance Foundation, Inc. v. NAACP
By Eugene Volokh* and Mairead Dolan** Download a PDF version of this article here.More →
A. Radiance’s Speech Was a “Noncommercial Use” and Thus Expressly Exempted from Trademark Dilution Actions
By Lin Weeks* Download a pdf version of this article here.More →
a. How Should Actual Malice or Negligence Be Determined in Defamation Cases Arising from Animated Journalism Articles?
Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc. and Its Impact on the Patentability of “Designer” Genes
By Amanda H. Russo* Download a PDF version of this article here.More →
C. The Demise of the “Beneficial Utility” Requirement and the Introduction of the America Invents Act
1. The America Invents Act’s Prohibition on Patents for Inventions “Directed to or Encompassing Human Organisms.”
By James Huguenin-Love* Download a PDF version of this article here.More →
III. Storing Digital Files on a Hard Drive Is Fixation Capable of Being Moved Without Being Reproduced