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Vol. 1 No. 1, Fall 2009; Current Trends in Inequitable Conduct are Adverse to Patent Policy as Seen Through the Exemplary Case of Big Pharma
This Comment explores the rather difficult and rapidly changing field of patent law, discussing specifically the doctrine of inequitable conduct, a defense raised by the infringing party by which a patent can be rendered ...
The Law of Citations and Seriatim Opinions: Were the Ancient Romans and the Early Supreme Court on the Right Track?
(Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2010-11)
This article explores the oft forgotten and somewhat misunderstood ancient Roman law methodology known as the Lex Citandi, or Law of Citations. The Law of Citations was a relatively simple theory in which authority was ...