Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review

Articles from Vol. 19, No. 2, Summer

Copyrights without Limits: The Undefeatable Right of Access Control under Section 1201(a) of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act
INTRODUCTION I. CIRCUIT SPLIT: SKYLINK AND MDY A. Skylink B. MDY II. CONSTITUTIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE NO-NEXUS APPROACH A. The Copyright Clause 1. Paracopyright and the Commerce Clause III. THE ACCESS RIGHT AND STATUTORY INTERPRETATION ...
Hart-Scott-Rodino & Chevron Step Zero: Can the FTC Target the Pharmaceutical Industry?
INTRODUCTION I. OPERATION AND AMENDMENT OF THE HART-SCOTT-RODINO ACT A. Origins, Purpose, and Operation of the Hart-Scott Rodino Act B. Exercising New Power Pursuant to the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act II. THE FTC'S AUTHORITY TO REGULATE A SINGLE INDUSTRY...
Mylan V. Warner Chilcott: A Study in Pharmaceutical Product Hopping
INTRODUCTION I. THE HATCH-WAXMAN REGULATORY FRAMEWORK AND PRODUCT HOPPING A. The Hatch-Waxman Act 1. Abbreviated New Drug Application Procedure 2. Patent Suits and ANDA Stays B. State Drug Substitution Laws C. Pharmaceutical Product...
Now Is That What I Call Music? Post-Modern Classical Music and Copyright Law
INTRODUCTION I. "MUSICAL WORKS" AND COPYRIGHT PROTECTION A. Current Copyright Protections B. History of Copyright Protections for Musical Works C. Current Methods of Interpretation of "Musical Works" and Copyrightability 1. The Compendium's...
Product Hopping 2.0: Getting the FDA to Yank Your Original License Beats Stacking Patents
INTRODUCTION I. A PRIMER ON PRODUCT HOPPING IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY II. NEW & IMPROVED PRODUCT HOPPING: THE OXYCONTIN MANEUVER CONCLUSION INTRODUCTION Approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1995, extended-release oxycodone...
Public K-12 Teachers Creation of Nontraditional Educational Works: To Rely on the Teacher Exception or Explore Other Options?
INTRODUCTION I. STATE OF THE LAW A. History of the Treatment of Intellectual Property Created by Teachers B. Commentators Take on the Existence of the Teacher Exception C. Interpretation of the Works Made for Hire Doctrine II. HOW SHOUD...
The Emerging Right to Communal Intellectual Property
INTRODUCTION I. THE RIGHT TO COMMUNAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN INTERNATIONAL INSTRUMENTS AND NATIONAL CONSTITUTIONS A. The Right to Communal Intellectual Property in Latin America and the Right to Property in the American Convention of ...
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