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Volume XXIV Book 2
Does Cariou v. Prince Represent the Apogee or Burn-Out of Transformativeness in Fair Use Jurisprudence? A Plea for a Neo-Traditional Approach
Kim J. Landsman
Hacking the Planet, the Dalai Lama, and You: Managing Technical Vulnerabilities in the Internet Through Polycentric Governance
Amanda Craig and Scott Shackelford
The Anti-Economy of Fashion; An Openwork Approach to Intellectual Property Protection
Amy L. Landers
Is There a Patent Troll Problem in the U.K.?
Christian Helmers, Brian J. Love, and Luke McDonagh
Design Law in the United States as Compared to the European Community Design System: What Do We Need to Fix?
Quiet on Set! We Have a Trademark to Sell