Volume 68 • March 2016 • Number 2

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Volume 68, Number 2 (March 2016)

ARTICLES

Adam Candeub, Privacy and Common Law Names: Sand in the Gears of Identification

David S. Olson, Removing The Troll From The Thicket: The Case For Enhancing Patent Maintenance Fees In Relation To The Size of A Patent Owner’s Patent Portfolio

Saurabh Vishnubhakat, An Intentional Tort Theory of Patents

DUNWODY DISTINGUISHED LECTURE IN LAW

Herbert Hovenkamp, Antitrust and Information Technologies

NOTES

Trace H. Jackson, Can Jailbreaking Put You In Jail, Broke?

Jeanette M. Roorda, Patents, Hidden Novelty, And Food Safety

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