2008 Mich. St. L. Rev. [i] (2008)

handle is hein.journals/mslr2008 and id is 1 raw text is: MICHIGAN STATE LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 2008                           SPRING                               ISSUE 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
What Ifs and Other Alternative Intellectual Property and Cyberlaw
Stories
What Ifs and Other Alternative Intellectual Property and Cyberlaw Stories:
Foreword
P eter  K   Yu  .................................................................................................. 1
What If Every If Only Statement Were True?: The Logic of Counterfactuals
K evin  W . Saunders  .................................................................................  9
Ignoring Patents
M ark  A . Lem ley  ....................................................................................   19
What If Samuel D. Warren Hadn't Married a Senator's Daughter?: Uncovering the
Press Coverage That Led to The Right to Privacy
A my  G ajda  ............................................................................................ 35
The Internet and Pornography: What If Congress and the Supreme Court Had Been
Comprised of Techies in 1995-1997?
Cheryl B. Preston  .................................................................................  61
What If DRM Fails?: Seeking Patronage in the iWasteland and the Virtual 0
Jon  M   G aron  .......................................................................................... 103
What If the Anti-Bootlegging Statutes Are Upheld Under the Commerce Clause?
M ichael Landau  ...................................................................................... 153
What If Object Code Had Been Excluded from Protection as a Literary Work in
Copyright Law? A New Zealand Perspective
Susan  C orbett .......................................................................................... 173
Authorship as Public Address: On the Specificity of Copyright Vis-A-vis Patent and
Trade-Mark
A braham  D rassinower ............................................................................ 199
What If Employees Owned Their Copyrights?
D eborah  Tussey  ...................................................................................... 233

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