11 J. Tech. L. & Pol'y [i] (2006)

handle is hein.journals/jtlp11 and id is 1 raw text is: University of Florida
Journal of Technology Law & Policy
Volume 11          June 2006          Number 1

FOREWORD

ORGANIZATIONAL CODE: A COMPLEXITY
THEORY PERSPECTIVE ON
TECHNOLOGY AND INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY REGULATION

ARTICLES

PHARMACEUTICAL PATENT SETTLEMENTS: FAULT
LINES AT THE INTERSECTION OF INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY AND ANTITRUST LAW REQUIRE A
RETURN TO THE RULE OF REASON
GPS TECHNOLOGY IN CELLULAR TELEPHONES:
DOES FLORIDA'S CONSTITUTIONAL PRIVACY
PROTECT AGAINST ELECTRONIC
LOCATING DEVICES?
THE INCONSISTENT TREATMENT OF
COMPUTER SOFTWARE AS
PATENTABLE SUBJECT MATTER        St,
CASE COMMENTS

TRADEMARK LAW: WHEN ADDING .COM ADDS
DISTINCTIVENESS: PROVING SECONDARY
MEANING FOR DOMAIN NAME MARKS
COPYRIGHT LAW: WHEN IS SUBSTANTIAL
SUBSTANTIAL ENOUGH              M
INTERPRETATION SPAWNS RETHINKING OF
PATENT LAW: A JURISPRUDENTIAL
REVIEW OF THE COURTS' TREATMENT OF
SOFTWARE PATENTS

John Fazzio

Peter Caldwell
even M Greenberg

Katarzyna Pabis
2gdalena Ozarowski

Zainabu Rumala 113

Andrea M Matwyshyn    xiii

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