14 Wake Forest J. Bus. & Intell. Prop. L. [i] (2013-2014)

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    W WAKE FOREST


             JOURNAL OF BUSINESS

     AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW


VOLUME 14                                  NUMBER 1


                    FALL 2013

      AN EXAMINATION OF BASEL III AND THE NEW U.S.
      BANKING REGULATIONS
        Andrew L. McElroy................................5

      HOW To KILL COPYRIGHT: A BRUTE-FORCE APPROACH
      TO CONTENT CREATION
        Kirk Sigmon  ............................... ......26

      THE MIXED USE OF A PERSONAL RESIDENCE:
      INTEGRATION OF CONFLICTING HOLDING PURPOSES
      UNDER I.R.C. SECTIONS 121, 280A, AND 1031
         Christine Manolakas      ......................... 62

      OPEN SOURCE MODELS IN BIOMEDICINE: WORKABLE
      COMPLEMENTARY FLEXBILITIES WITHIN THE PATENT
      SYSTEM?
        Aura Bertoni ............................... ..... 126

      PRIVATE FAIR USE: STRENGTHENING POLISH
      COPYRIGHT PROTECTION OF ONLINE WORKS BY
      LOOKING TO U.S. COPYRIGHT LAW
        Michal Pqkala. ................................... 166

      THE DMCA's SAFE HARBOR PROVISION: IS IT REALLY
      KEEPING THE PIRATES AT BAY?
         Charles K. Lane  .................................. 192

      PERMISSIBLE ERROR?: WHY THE NINTH CIRCUIT'S
      INCORRECT APPLICATION OF THE DMCA INMDY
      INDUSTRIES, LLC V. BLIZZARD ENTERTAINMENT, INC.
      REACHES THE CORRECT RESULT
        James Harrell .............................. .....211

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