20 Geo. Mason L. Rev. [i] (2012-2013)

handle is hein.journals/gmlr20 and id is 1 raw text is: GEORGE MASON LAW REVIEW

VOLUME20                    FALL 2012                   NUMBER I

CONTENTS
ESSAYS
A MARINE'S HONOR:
THE SUPREME COURT FROM SNYDER TO ALVAREZ .................... Michael . Krauss
SENTENCED TO CONFUSION:
MILLER V. ALABAMA AND THE COMING
WAVE OF EIGHTH AMENDMENT CASES ................................... Craig S. Lerner  25
ARTICLES
PATENT LAW  AS PUBLIC LAW .................................................. Megan M. La Belle  41
JURISDICTIONAL INCENTIVES ..................................................... Dustin E. Buehler  105
THE MARK OF A RESOLD GOOD .................................... Yvette Joy Liebesman and
Benjamin Wilson  157
CLOSING THE INVENTORY LOOPHOLE:
DEVELOPING A NEW STANDARD FOR
CIVILIAN INVENTORY SEARCHES FROM
THE MILITARY RULES OF EVIDENCE .......................................... Sharon Finegan  207
COMMENTS
JUVENILE JUSTICE AND PIRACY:
PROSECUTIONS OF JUVENILE PIRATES
IN  THE  UNITED  STATES ..................................................................... Lauren  Hahn  241
PLUMBING THE DEPTHS OF THE CDA:
WEIGHING THE COMPETING FOURTH
AND SEVENTH CIRCUIT STANDARDS OF
ISP IMMUNITY UNDER SECTION 230 OF
THE COMMUNICATIONS DECENCY ACT ............................................ Mark D. Quist  275
NOTE
THE JANUS-FACED SUPREME COURT:
THE DECISION IN JANUS CAPITAL GROUP
AND IMPLICATIONS OF THE COURT'S
THIRD LOOK AT SECONDARY LIABILITY
FOR  SECURITIES FRAUD  .............................................................. Lisa  P. Goldstein  311

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