The Latest from RIPL: Issue 1 of Vol. 18 has been published
The Latest from RIPL: Issue 1 of Vol. 18 has been published Heading link
The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law is proud to announce the publication of Issue 1 of Volume 18! We are pleased to feature articles by Dr. Roberto Rosas, William Lynch Schaller, and Huang-Chih Sung covering a wide range of topics: including balancing the pros and cons of deference to foreign courts in international patent cases, discussing the importance of hiring Information Governance professionals to protect trade secrets, and examining how licensing agreements and open patents can recognize new technology, while inspiring innovation. Also included are student comments by Sara Ghantous, suggesting a clarification of the definition of trade secrets to better include physician patient information, and Caroline E. Kim, examining how to best define “fair use” and “sharable content” on social media platforms.
Foreign Patent Decisions and Harmonization: A View of the Presumption Against Giving Foreign Patent Decisions Preclusive Effect in United States Proceedings in Light of Patent Law International Harmonization, 18 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 1 (2018)
Dr. Roberto Rosas
The 2018-2019 Editorial Board John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law