Yale Journal of Law & Technology

Yale Journal of Law & Technology is a magazine specializing in Law topics.

Articles from Vol. 15, No. 2, Spring

A Modest Defense of Mind Reading
TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION I. A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE PHYSICAL-TESTIMONIAL DIVIDE II. REASSESSING THE DOCTRINE: A COMMUNICATION-BASED VIEW OF "TESTIMONY" A. Pardo's Substantive View of "Testimony" B. Allen and Mace's Substantive View of "Testimony"...
Innovation and Litigation: Tensions between Universities and Patents and How to Fix Them
C. Benefits to the Proposed Statutory Amendment The legislative proposal presented above recognizes several important premises. First, many universities--which, unlike for profit companies, primarily owe allegiance to taxpayers when it comes to...
Something Rotten in the State of Legal Citation: The Life Span of a United States Supreme Court Citation Containing an Internet Link (1996-2010)
TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION I. OVERVIEW OF THE SUPREME COURT'S CITATION TO WEBSITES II. LINK ROT & DEAD LINKS A. Link Rot Generally B. How Link Rot Affects Law Generally C. How Link Rot Is Related to Legal Citation D. How Link Rot Affects...
The Role of Switching Costs in Antitrust Analysis: A Comparison of Microsoft and Google
TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION I. THE ECONOMICS OF SWITCHING COSTS A. Switching Costs and Competitive Analysis B. Types of Switching Costs II. THE CENTRALITY OF HIGH SWITCHING COSTS, INHERENT AND STRATEGIC, TO THE MICROSOFT BROWSER CASE AND...