108 Nw. U. L. Rev. [i] (2013-2014)

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Law Review

ARTICLES
Informal Deference: A Historical, Empirical,
and Normative Analysis of Patent Claim Construction
On Duopoly and Compensation Games
in the Credit Rating Industry
Reclaiming the Equitable Heritage of Habeas

Morris v. Allen and the Lost History of the
Anti-Injunction Act of 1793

NOTES AND COMMENTS
British Invasion: Importing the United Kingdom's
Orphan Works Solution to United States Copyright Law
Doe v. Elmbrook School District and the Importance
of Refocusing Establishment Clause Jurisprudence
Who Gets the Jewels when a Law Firm Dissolves?
The Unfinished Business Doctrine and Hourly Matters
Mug Shot Disclosure Under FOIA:
Does Privacy or Public Interest Prevail?
ONLINE ESSAYS
The Definite Article: The D.C. Circuit's
Redefinition of Recess Appointments
DOMA's Ghost and Copyright Reversionary Interests

J Jonas Anderson
& Peter S. Menell
Robert J. Rhee
Erica Hashimoto
James E. Pfander
& Nassim Nazemi
Abigail Bunce
Julie M. Karaba
Peter W Rogers
Kathryn Shephard

Jeff VanDam

Brad A. Greenberg

Volume 108                   Fall 2013                    Number 1

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