1 Chi.-Kent J. Intell. Prop. [i] (1999)

handle is hein.journals/jointpro1 and id is 1 raw text is: THE JOURNAL OF
INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY                                   Volue IN. I
SPRING 1999 INAUGURAL EDITION
COMMENTS
Fragmenting Knowledge, Misconstruing Rule 702:
How Lower Courts H ave Resolved the Problem of
Technical and Other Specialized Knowledge in
Daubert v. Mferrell Dow Pharrnaceuticals, Inc.
Shubha Ghosh
Playing Around With Barbie '
.Expanding Fair U se f'or Cultuiral Icons
A/vson Lewis
Is it Live or is it a Soundalike?:
Federal Copyrights in Sou-ndalike Recordings and
Preemption of State Publicity, Claims
Jeffre A. Trwman
Subafilmns Revisited:
The Case for Im-posing Liability on Domestic
Au~thorizers of Extraterritorial Copyright
frifnements
Sean, A NMonticello
PulbliShedi by students 0 of1hicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institue of Technology j

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