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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 ...
Vol. 1 No. 1, Fall 2009; TOY STORY: Being Right for the Wrong Reasons in the Search for a "Greater Freedom"—A Critical Analysis of the Dissenting En Banc Opinions in Reliable Consultants, Inc. v. Earle
This Note analyzes how the landmark United States Supreme Court case of Lawrence v. Texas has been used by the Fifth Circuit in Reliable Consultants, Inc. v. Earle to extend “sexual privacy interests” into the commercial ...