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Written By: Sounghun Lee Edited By: Esther Mulder Editorial Policy Introduction Traditionally, a U.S. patent could only be infringed by activities performed wholly within the United States. In 1972, the Supreme Court held in Deepsouth Packing Co. v. Laitram Corp. that exporting domestically made components of a patented product for assembly abroad was not a direct infringement under U.S. patent law.[i] In an effort to account for the growing global marketplace, Congress has revised and expanded the definition of  “infringing ... Read More...
Posted On Sep - 6 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST
Written By: Jacob Rogers Edited By: Jeffery Habenicht Editorial Policy Introduction On November 18th-20th, 2011, Major League Gaming hosted a Starcraft II tournament in Providence, Rhode Island, where over 250 professional players competed for a $100,000 prize. Starcraft and Starcraft II (collectively “Starcraft”) are a pair of video games set in a futuristic universe in which players compete against each other by controlling armies of humans with advanced technology or one of two alien races, the enigmatic Protoss, or the ... Read More...
Posted On Aug - 24 - 2012 2 Comments READ FULL POST
Written By: Yana Welinder Edited By: Molly Jennings Editorial Policy When Judge Robert Bork was nominated for the U.S. Supreme Court in 1987, a reporter politely asked his local video store assistant for a Xerox copy of handwritten entries of Judge Bork’s 146 prior rentals. Having convinced the editor of the Washington City Paper that this was perfectly legal, the reporter then published these records under the heading “The BORK Tapes.” The issue featured a suggestive cartoon of Judge Bork ... Read More...
Posted On Aug - 14 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST
Written By: Sally Wang Edited By: Charlie Stiernberg Editorial Policy Introduction: Drug marketing faces the problem of an arms race — competitors attempt to out-compete each other by boosting their marketing efforts, at great expense, only to find that the baseline level of marketing needed to maintain the status quo has increased accordingly. These inefficiencies are costly and often harmful to the stakeholders — drug companies, patients, payors (e.g., Medicare/Medicaid or health insurance companies) and physicians. The Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) is in ... Read More...
Posted On May - 25 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST
Written By: Laura Fishwick Edited By: Lauren Henry Editorial Policy The exclusive right to distribute copies is among the bundle of rights that Congress has bestowed onto owners of United States copyrights.[i] Copies of copyrighted works may include books, DVDs, CDs, and copyrighted labels and logos for other consumer products from shampoo to fashion items. The right to distribute copies is limited by the first sale doctrine,[ii] as codified in Title 17 by the Copyright Act of 1976 (“Act”), which ... Read More...
Posted On May - 20 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST
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