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Boston University Journal of Science and Technology Law
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Current Issue / Vol. 19.1 - Winter 2013
No Doubt About It - You've Got to Have Hart: Simulation Video Games May Redefine the Balance Between and Among the Right of Publicity, the First Amendment, and Copyright Law
by Jordan M. Blanke
by Kindra Deneau
by Xiyin Tang
by Vincent Brodbeck
Reconciling the Second and Ninth Circuit Approaches to Copyright Preemption: A Universal System is Paramount to the Protection of Idea Purveyor's Rights
by Arian Galavis
Theraputic Antibody Patent Infringement Litigation: Untested and Uncertain Litigation Strategies Underpin Patents Protecting Multibillion-Dollar Pharmaceuticals
by Douglas G. Metcalf