IDEA ® The Journal of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property - IDEA Vol. 39 (Parts 1 through 4)

Patent, Trademark and Copyright Journal of Research and Education
IDEA Vol. 39 (Parts 1 through 4)

No. 1 (1998)

Pg 1: To Promote the Progress of Science and Useful Arts: The Protection of and Rights in Scientific Research - Mark L. Meyer, M.D.

Pg 35: A comparative Analysis of the Doctrine of Equivalents: Can European Approaches Solve an American Dilemma? - Ray D. Weston, Jr.

Pg 81: Limitation to the Doctrine of Equivalents and Recent Cases since Warner-Jenkinson - Douglas C. Wyatt

Pg 107: The Role of Foreign Judgments in Patent Litigation: A Perspective and Strategic Overview - Philip L. McGarrigle

No. 2 (1999)

Pg 143: Patent Protection for Plants: A Comparison of American and European Approaches - Geertrui Van Overwalle

Pg 195: The Use and Abuse of History: The Supreme Court's Interpretation of Thomas Jefferson's Influence on the Patent Law - Edward C. Walterscheid

Pg 225: Antitrust Counterclaims in Patent Infringement Litigation: Clarifying the Supreme Court's Enigmatic Mercoid Decision - Teague I. Donahey

Pg 251: The Division of Rights Among Joint Inventors: Public Policy Concerns After Ethicon v. U.S. Surgical - Dale L. Carlson & James R. Barney

Pg 267: Conflicts of Interest: Guidance for the Intellectual Property Practitioner - Lisa A. Dolak

No. 2.1 (1999)

Pg 291: Franklin Pierce Law Center's Seventh Biennial Intellectual Property System Major Problems Conference Digital Technology and Copyright: A Threat or a Promise? - Participants

No. 3 (1999)

Pg 389: Special Patent Provisions for Pharmaceuticals: Have They Outlived their Usefulness? A Political, Legislative and Legal History of U.S. Law and Observations for the Future - Alfred B. Engelberg

Pg 429: Publisher's Rights and Wrongs in the Cyberage - Thomas G. Field, Jr.

Pg 435: When Scandal Becomes Vogue: The Registrability of Sexual References in Trademarks and Protection of Trademarks from Tarnishment in Sexual Contexts - M. Christopher Bolen, Richard J. Caira, Jr., and Jason S. Wood

No. 4 (1999)

Pg 473: Promotion of Inventiveness in Developing Countries Through a More Advanced Patent Administration - Robert M. Sherwood, Vanda Scartezini and Peter Dirk Siemsen

Pg 507: ENTREPRENEURIALISM, The Engine that has helped the United States Regain World Leadership: an Example for Japanese Industry - Robert Goldscheider

Pg 527: The New Criminal Copyright Sanctions: A Toothless Tiger? - Ting Ting Wu

Pg 553: Panning for Biotechnology Gold: Reach-Through Royalty Damage Awards for Infringing Uses of Patented Molecular Sieves - James Gregory Cullem

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