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East Lansing, MI : Michigan State University College of Law, 2008
Mark A Lemley; Michigan State University. College of Law.
Special issue of Michigan State law review, v. 2008, issue 1 (spring).
Papers from a conference held at Michigan State University College of Law, March 30-31, 2007. Mark Lemley delivered the keynote address.
|Beschreibung:||433 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.|
|Inhalt:||What ifs and other alternative intellectual property and cyberlaw stories : foreword / Peter K. Yu --
What if every "if only" statement were true? : the logic of counterfactuals / Kevin W. Saunders --
Ignoring patents / Mark A. Lemley --
What if Samuel D. Warren hadn't married a senator's daughter? : uncovering the press coverage that led to "The Right to Privacy" / Amy Gajda --
The Internet and pornography : what if Congress and the Supreme Court had been comprised of techies in 1995-1997? / Cheryl B. Preston --
What if DRM fails? : seeking patronage in the iWasteland and the virtual O / Jon M. Garon --
What if the anti-bootlegging statutes are upheld under the commerce clause? / Michael Landau --
What if object code had been excluded from protection as a literary work in copyright law? A New Zealand perspective / Susan Corbett --
Authorship as public address : on the specificity of copyright vis-à-vis patent and trade-mark / Abraham Drassinower --
What if employees owned their copyrights? / Deborah Tussey --
What if there were a business method use exemption to patent infringement? / Katherine J. Strandburg --
Claiming copyleft in open source software : what if the Free Software Foundation's General Public License (GPL) had been patented? / Greg R. Vetter --
What if seeds were not patentable? / Elizabeth I. Winston --
What if, after all, trademarks were "traded in gross"? / Irene Calboli --
The lingering legacy of Trade-mark Cases / John T. Cross --
What if ... the stud does not function? / Peter Bowal, Christopher Bowal --
What if James Madison were to assess the intellectual property revolution? / Liam Séamus O'Melinn --
The past, present, and future of computing and its impact on digital rights management / M. Scott Boone.
|Andere Titel||What ifs and other alternative intellectual property and cyberlaw stories
Michigan State law review.