9 Computer L. Rev. & Tech. J. [i] (2004-2005)

handle is hein.journals/comlrtj9 and id is 1 raw text is: COMPUTER LAW REVIEW
AND TECHNOLOGY JOURNAL
VOLUME IX, No. 1
FALL 2004
Contents
Articles
Recent Trademark Challenges in Cyberspace and the Growth of
the Initial Interest Confusion and Nominative Fair Use Doctrines
Jeffrey M. Becker and Purvi J. Patel ........................ 1
Copyright Under Siege: The First Amendment Front
Lackland  H. Bloom, Jr  .....................................  41
Research Tax Credit: Statutory Construction, Regulatory
Interpretation and Policy Incoherence
D avid  L.  Cam eron  ..........................................  63
Trademark Challenges
John  M .  Cone  ..............................................  165
Research and Development Deliverables under Government
Contracts, Grants, Cooperative Agreements and CRADAs:
University Roles, Government Responsibilities and Contractor
Rights
Danielle  Conway-Jones  .....................................  181
Entrepreneurial Open Source Software Hackers: MySQL and Its
Dual Licensing
Robert W. Gomulkiewicz ....................................  203
Recent Developments in Digital Copyright-The Internet Music
Cases
Herbert J. Hammond and Corey Weinstein .................. 213
Co-operative Development of Technology: Understanding the
Risks and Creating Opportunities to Excel
D avid  L. H itchcock  .........................................  233
[Un]Safe Harbor: No Common Denominator In Privacy
Compliance
Steven A. Wells, Mark Courtney and Peter Vogel ............ 257

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