RIPL Issue 16-1 Now Online
The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law is proud to announce the publication of Issue 1 of Volume 16! We are pleased to feature articles by Michael Sanzo, Andrew Christie, Chris Dent, John Liddicoat, Amir Khoury, Ron Bekkerman, and Tayla Ponchek covering a wide range of topics including the patenting of gene based diagnostic assays, an analysis of Patent Examination in different countries, the utilization of Big Data methods to determine prior art in patents, and an examination of the U.S. Patent Act. Also included are student comments by Jeremy Aregood, Andrew Martin, and Daria Vasilescu-Palermo examining how music in copyright law should utilize technology, the issues associated with the PTAB’s current interpretation for claim construction, and the impact on software compatibility as the programming industry continues to evolve.
The Examination Effect: A Comparison of the Outcome of Patent Examination in the US, Europe and Australia, 16 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 21 (2016)
Andrew Christie, Chris Dent and John Liddicoat
The Editorial Board
John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law