2012 U. Ill. J.L. Tech. & Pol'y i (2012)

handle is hein.journals/jltp2012 and id is 1 raw text is: University of Illinois
Journal of Law, Technology & Policy
Volume 2012                    Spring                         Issue 1
ARTICLES
An Unsettling Development: The Use of
Settlement-Related Evidence for Damages
Determinations in Patent Litigation ............. Tejas N. Narechania  1
Jackson Taylor Kirklin
Vulnerable Software: Product-Risk Norms and
the Problem of Unauthorized Access ................ Richard Warner  45
Robert H. Sloan
Triggering Infection: Distribution and Derivative
Works Under The GNU General Public License ........ Theresa Gue    95
NOTES
Not in Court 'Cause I Stole a Beat: The Digital
Music Sampling Debate's Discourse on Race
and Culture, and the Need for Test Case Litigation ......... Unsigned  141
Windy City Heat: How Wind Energy
Can Help Power Illinois Into the Future ...... Matthew K. McCasland  167
The Doctor Will Skype You Now: How Changing
Physician Licensure Requirements Would
Clear the Way for Telemedicine to Achieve
the Goals of the Affordable Care Act .................. Amy E. Zilis 193
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
Can Friendly Go Too Far? Ramifications of the
NLRA on Employer Practices in a Digital World .... James R. Glenn  219
Recognizing a Need for Reform:
The Leahy-Smith America Invents Act of 2011 .... David W. Trilling  239

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