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self-study/Intellectual Property

Trade secret litigation on the rise in California: How ADR can help

By Elizabeth D. Laporte

self-study/Intellectual Property

Do you have to disclose trade secrets to protect them?

By Samuel Yu

self-study/Intellectual Property

Takedown notices and developments in fair use

By Neville L. Johnson, Douglas L. Johnson

self-study/Intellectual Property

Issue-preclusive effect of agency decisions in the patent context

By Irfan A. Lateef, Josepher Li

self-study/Intellectual Property

Combating IP infringement on social media: a primer

By Joshua H. Eichenstein

self-study/Intellectual Property

Willful Infringement and enhanced damages, post-Halo

By Cary E. Adickman, Brian P. Biddinger

self-study/Intellectual Property

A potential source of disharmony in claim construction standards

By Jim Glass, Samuel Jacobs

self-study/Intellectual Property

Secret sales and prior art

By Craig E. Countryman

self-study/Intellectual Property

The writing is on the wall: Copyright protection for street art

By Victoria Burke

self-study/Intellectual Property

When does the parody defense in trademark cases fail?

By Caitlin C. Conway, Peter Harvey

self-study/Intellectual Property

The race to register: Will copyright applicants win or lose?

By Rod S. Berman, Remi T. Salter, Jessica Bromall Sparkman

self-study/Intellectual Property

The brave new world of patent law

By Steven J. Corr, Andrea Jill Weiss Jeffries, Daniel Kazhdan, Jennifer Swize


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