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Volume 2014 — Issue 2 (Fall)
“Bespoke Recordings: The Limits of Intellectual Property and the Revival of the Music Industry” by Martin Skladany
“Behavior on a Beer Mat: Law, Interdisciplinarity & Expertise” by Nicky Priaulx & Martin Weinel
“Patent Exhaustion for the Exhausted Defendant: Should Parties Be able to Contract Around Exhaustion in Settling Patent Litigation?” by Samuel F. Ernst
“Pentagon Preemption: The 5-Sided Loss of State Energy and Power” by Steven Ferrey
“Control is a Double-Edged Sword, and One Edge is Sharper” by Omri Rachum-Twaig
Volume 2015 — Issue 1 (Spring)
“Don’t You Want to Watch Television Programs Aired in Your Country while You Are Abroad?” by Sigenori Matsui
“A Better Way to Cancel Your Gym Membership (and Avoid Other Hazards of Autopayment)” by Will Stancil
“A Madness to the Method: Fixing the Joint Infringement System for Method Patents after Akamai Technologies, Inc. v. Limelight Networks, Inc.”
“The One Weird Old Trick to Frustrate Online Scammers, Reduce Fees for Consumers, and Make Americans Happier with Their Finances”
“At the Intersection of Social Media and Rape Culture: How Facebook, Texting and Other Personal Communications Challenge the ‘Real’ Rape Myth in the Criminal Justice System”
Volume 2015 — Issue 2 (Fall)
“The Evolution of Financial Instruments and the Legal Protection Against Counterfeiting: A Look at Coin, Paper, and Virtual Currencies” by Ralph E. McKinney et al.
“Repacking and Inventorying Federal Spectrum: The Role of Federal Employees”