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Volume 2017 — Issue 1 (Spring)

Articles:

“Reforming and Specifying IPR Policies of Standard-Setting Organizations: Towards Fair and Efficient Patent Licensing and Dispute Resolution” by: Richard Li and Richard Li-dar Wang

"Not Even Remotely Liable: Smart Car Hacking Liability" by Scott Wenzel

"Would you like your Internet with or without video?" by William Lehr & Douglas Sicker

"Neuroscience Changes More Than You can Think” by Paul S. Davies & Peter A. Alces

Volume 2017 — Issue 2 (Fall)

"The Theory of Abuse in Google Search: A Positive and Normative Assessment under EU Competition Law"

"Imagination, Invention, and Patent Incentives: The Psychology of Patent Law"

"Internet, New Technologies and Value: Taking Share of Economic Surveillance"