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Volume 69, No. 1, 2021

ARTICLES

FOREWORD
Edmund J. Sease

CLASS 705 BUSINESS METHOD PATENTS AS AN AMBITIOUS INDUSTRY FORCE IN THE UNITED STATES: A CASE STUDY FROM PERSPECTIVE FROM 1998 TO 2010
Sarah A. Hinchliffe

FROM A STRONG PROPERTY RIGHT TO A FICKLE GOVERNMENT FRANCHISE: THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE U.S. PATENT SYSTEM IN 15 YEARS
Hon. Paul R. Michel & Matthew J. Dowd

CAN PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES PATENT THEIR RESEARCH?: THE TENSION BETWEEN OPEN RECORDS LAWS AND PATENTABILITY
Jason Rantanen & Madison Murhammer Colon

COURT DECISIONS AND RECENT LEGISLATION ARE CREATING A “PERFECT STORM” INCENTIVE FOR INVENTORS TO RELY ON TRADE SECRETS, NOT PATENTS
Edmund J. Sease

NOTES

RESETTING THE PUBLIC-DUTY DOCTRINE: WHERE DOES THE DUTY COME FROM?
Rachel Bruns

CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT: A LOOK AT THE JUVENILE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
Elaina J. Steenson

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