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Vol. 14, No. 3: Summer 1992

ARTICLES

  • Harry F. Manbeck, Jr., The Federal Circuit—First Ten Years of Patentability Decisions, 14 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 499 (1992).
  • Helen W. Nies, Celebrating the Tenth Anniversary of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, 14 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 505 (1992).
  • Pauline Newman, The Federal Circuit—A Reminiscence, 14 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 513 (1992).
  • Dennis DeConcini, The Federal Courts Improvement Act of 1982: A Legislative Overview, 14 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 529 (1992).
  • Daniel R. Levinson, The Federal Circuit and Federal Personnel Law, 14 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 537 (1992).
  • Donald W. Banner, Witness at the Creation, 14 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 557 (1992).
  • Robert L. Harmon, Seven New Rules of Thumb: How the Federal Circuit Has Changed the Way Patent Lawyers Advise Clients, 14 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 573 (1992).
  • Thomas A. O’Rourke, The Modernization of the Patent Venue Statute, 14 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 585 (1992).

COMMENTS

  • Joel S. Armstrong, Secondary Meaning “In the Making” in Trademark Infringement Actions Under Section 43(A) of the Lanham Act, 14 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 603 (1992).
  • Douglas Robert Morrison, The Statute of Frauds Online: Can a Computer Sign a Contract for the Sale of Goods?, 14 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 637 (1992).

CASENOTES

  • Brad Wright, Changing the Standard for Computer Software Copyright Infringement: Computer Associates International v. Altai, 14 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 663 (1992).
  • Donald R. McPhail, In Re Braat: A Two-Way Test for Obviousness-Type Double Patenting, 14 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 691 (1992).