7 Wake Forest Intell. Prop. L.J. [i] (2006-2007)

handle is hein.journals/wakfinp7 and id is 1 raw text is: Wake Forest
Intellectual Property Law Journal
VOLUME7                        NUMBER 1
Winter 2006
A REASONABLE APPREHENSION OF LAWSUIT: A
RESTRICTIVE THRESHOLD FOR FEDERAL COURT
JURISDICTION IN PATENT DECLARATORY JUDGMENTS
William S. Nabors         1
TYING UP FEIST'S LOOSE ENDS: A PROBABILITY
THEORY OF COPYRIGHTABLE CREATIVITY
Thomas M. Byron          45
FOR THE PEOPLE AND BY THE PEOPLE: A NEW
PROPOSAL FOR DEFINING INDUSTRY STANDARDS IN
COMPUTER SOFTWARE
Matthew J. Duane         97
THE AMERICAN INVENTOR'S PROTECTION ACT:
A LEGISLATIVE HISTORY
Edward R. Ergenzinger, Jr.  145

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