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Calvin H. Johnson Organizational Capital: A Comment to Professor Kahng Response to Lily Kahng, Taxation of Intellectual Capital In her article, Taxation of Intellectual Capital, Professor Lily Kahng has proposed to capitalize the costs of research and development, and worker training and … Continue reading

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Michael Risch Nothing is Patentable Response to Jeffrey Lefstin, Inventive Application: A History It is a bedrock principle of patent law that abstract ideas and natural phenomena are not patentable. This idea is hardly controversial, because purely abstract and natural discoveries … Continue reading

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Lumen N. Mulligan We Should Use ‘Cause of Action’ More Carefully: A Review of John F. Preis, ‘How Federal Causes of Action Relate to Rights, Remedies and Jurisdiction’ Response to John F. Preis, How Federal Causes of Action Relate to Rights, Remedies … Continue reading

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Laurie R. Blank In Response to Professor Oren Gross’ ‘The New Way of War: Is There a Duty to Use Drones? Response to Oren Gross, The New Way of War: Is There a Duty to Use Drones? For the past decade, … Continue reading

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Teresa Drake A Response to Aubrey Burris’s ‘Hell Hath No Fury Like a Woman Porned: Revenge Porn and the Need for a Federal Nonconsensual Pornography Statute’ Response to Aubrey Burris, Hell Hath No Fury like a Woman Porned: Revenge Porn and … Continue reading

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Robert W. Gomulkiewicz In the Stewardship of Business Model Innovation Response to Xuan-Thao Nguyen, In the Name of Patent Stewardship: The Federal Circuit’s Overreach into Commercial Law Patent law scholars often criticize the Federal Circuit because they think it favors patentees. … Continue reading

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