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Vol. 3 No. 2, Spring 2012; Illinois Supreme Court: Overturn Thompson v. Gordon and Protect Design Professionals from Unbargained-For, Extra-Contractual Obligations
This Note addresses how Illinois courts conduct contract interpretation and define the scope of contractual duties for design professionals. It discusses how the appellate court in Thompson v. Gordon improperly interpreted ...
Vol. 4 No. 2, Spring 2013; The “Cowardly Counsel” Exception: Eliminating the Contemporaneous Objection Rule
The contemporaneous objection rule is very clear and precise in its application. However, as the law stands in the Ninth Circuit, failure to contemporaneously object coupled with any mention of race by the sentencing judge ...
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. 5 No. 1, Fall 2013; “Correcting” the Foreclosure Crisis?
Mortgage Resolution Partners, a venture capitalist firm based out of San Francisco, has been visiting with state and local governments across the country. Mortgage Resolution Partners proposes that eminent domain can, and ...