Ralph S. Brown: A Selected Bibliography

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Ralph S. Brown: A Selected Bibliography


Books

RALPH S. BROWN, JR., LOYALTY AND SECURITY: EMPLOYMENT TESTS IN THE UNITED STATES (1958).

RALPH S. BROWN & ROBERT C. DENICOLA, CASES ON COPYRIGHT, UNFAIR COMPETITION AND RELATED TOPICS BEARING ON THE PROTECTION OF LITERARY, MUSICAL, AND ARTISTIC WORKS (7th ed. 1998).

ROBERT A. DAHL & RALPH S. BROWN, JR., DOMESTIC CONTROL OF ATOMIC ENERGY (1951).

BENJAMIN KAPLAN & RALPH S. BROWN, JR., COPYRIGHT AND UNFAIR COMPETITION (1958).

Articles, Essays, and Chapters in Books

Ralph S. Brown, Academic Responses to the TRIPS/WTO Situation, 37 VA. J. INT'L L. 499 (1997).

Ralph S. Brown, Adherence to the Berne Copyright Convention: The Moral Rights Issue, 35 J. COPYRIGHT SOC'Y 196 (1988).

Ralph S. Brown, Civil Remedies for Intellectual Property Invasions: Themes and Variations, 55 L. & CONTEMP. PROBS. 45 (1992).

Ralph S. Brown, Copyright and Its Upstart Cousins: Privacy, Publicity, Unfair Competition, 33 J. COPYRIGHT SOC'Y 301 (1986).

Ralph S. Brown, Copyright-Like Protection for Designs, 19 U. BALT. L. REV. 308 (1989).

Ralph S. Brown, Design Protection: An Overview, 34 UCLA L. REV. 1341 (1987).

Ralph S. Brown, Eligibility for Copyright Protection: A Search for Principled Standards, 70 MINN. L. REV. 579 (1985).

Ralph S. Brown, The Joys of Copyright, 30 J. COPYRIGHT SOC'Y 477 (1983), reprinted from YALE L. REP., Fall-Winter 1982-83, at 20.

Ralph S. Brown, Susan Gellman Has It Right, CRIM. JUST. ETHICS, Summer/Fall 1992, at 46.

Ralph S. Brown, The Widening Gyre: Are Derivative Works Getting out of Hand?, 3 CARDOZO ARTS & ENT. L.J. 1 (1984).

Ralph S. Brown, Jr., Advertising and the Public Interest: Legal Protection of Trade Symbols, 57 YALE L.J. 1165 (1948), reprinted in 108 YALE L.J. 1619 (1999).

Ralph S. Brown, Jr., Character and Candor Requirements for FCC Licensees, 22 LAW & COMTEMP. PROBS. 644 (1957).

Ralph S. Brown, Jr., Collective Bargaining in Higher Education, 67 MICH. L. REV. 1067 (1969).

Ralph S. Brown, Jr., Financial Exigency, 62 AAUP BULL. 5 (1976).

Ralph S. Brown, Jr., Lawyers and the Fifth Amendment: A Dissent, 40 A.B.A.J. 404 (1954).

Ralph S. Brown, Jr., The Operation of the Damage Provisions of the Copyright Law: An Exploratory Study, COPYRIGHT OFFICE STUDY NO. 23 (1958), reprinted in 2 STUDIES ON COPYRIGHT 1067 (Arthur Fisher Memorial ed. 1963).

Ralph S. Brown Jr., Product Simulation: A Right or a Wrong, 64 COLUM. L. REV. 1216 (1964).

Ralph S. Brown, Jr., Publication and Preemption in Copyright Law: Elegiac Reflections on Goldstein v. California, 22 UCLA L. REV. 1022 (1975).

Ralph S. Brown, Jr., Techniques for Influencing Private Investment, in INCOME STABILIZATION FOR A DEVELOPING DEMOCRACY 397 (Max F. Millikan ed., 1953).

Ralph S. Brown, Jr., Unification: A Cheerful Requiem for Common Law Copyright, 24 UCLA L. REV. 1070 (1977).

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