IDEA: The Journal of the Franklin Pierce Center For Intellectual Property

IDEA: The Journal of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property

Issue: Volume 56, Number 3

UNH School of Law IP Library: 20th Anniversary Reflection on the Only Academic IP Library in the United States
Jon R. Cavicchi

You Can’t Sit with Us: Furniture’s Future in Fighting Phonies
Katia Alcantar

Why Can’t My Waiter Sing Happy Birthday: The Chilling Effect of Corporate Copyright Control
Rachel M. Smith

Comparison of the Implementation of Satutory Patent Eligibility Requirements Applied to Gene Patents in the European Union, the United States, and Australia
Laura C. Whitworth

Issue: Volume 56, Number 2

Reasonable Royalty for Patent Infringement of Non-Direct Revenue Producing Products
James Young Hurt

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Patents
Nicholas Tsui

Issue: Volume 56, Number 1

Recent Supreme Court Cases May Require More Deference in Review of Obviousness Cases
Nika Aldrich

Having Your Cake and Eating It Too: Intellectual Property Protection for Cake Design
Hannah Brown

Problematic Federal District Court Approaches to the Joinder Clause under the America Invents Act
Ping-Hsun Chen

Liability of Internet Service Providers under Section 337: Why Digital Models Will Open the Door for ISP Liability on Imports that Infringe a U.S. Patent
Darlene Tzou

Credits

Volume 56

Editor-in-Chief
Samuel A. McMahon

Managing Editors
Zhan John Cao
David Stamatis

Notes & Comments Editor
Abigail Zeller

Lead Articles Editor
Erica Rogers

Senior Article Editors
Miles Davis
Chloe Golden

Article Editors

Ilker Donmez
Caitlyn Ebert
Matthew Flynn
Christian Hans
John Kind
Kyle Koemm
Ashlie Stewart
Alexander Walsh

Faculty Advisors

Jon R. Cavicchi, Professor of Legal Research,
Intellectual Property Librarian

Stanley P. Kowalski, Associate Research Professor,
Director, International Technology Transfer Institute (ITTI)

Business Manager

Mary O'Malley
University of New Hampshire School of Law

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