Washington University
Journal of Law and Policy

formerly titled:
Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law

© 2000 by Washington University

Volume 2
2000

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Editorial Board and Staff Mailing Statement
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CONTENTS

PATENT LAW AND POLICY SYMPOSIUM

RE-ENGINEERING PATENT LAW: THE CHALLENGE
OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES

INTRODUCTION Charles R. McManis 1


PART I: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW ISSUES

PATENTS AS INCOMPLETE CONTRACTS: ALIGNING INCENTIVES FOR R&D INVESTMENT WITH INCENTIVES TO DISCLOSE PRIOR ART Jay P. Kesan & Marc Banik 23
ON COURTS HERDING CATS: CONTENDING WITH THE "WRITTEN DESCRIPTION" REQUIREMENT (AND OTHER UNRULY PATENT DISCLOSURE DOCTRINES) Mark D. Janis 55
ON IMPROVING THE LEGAL PROCESS OF CLAIM INTERPRETATION: ADMINISTRATIVE ALTERNATIVES John F. Duffy 37


PART II: JUDICIAL ISSUES

STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND: BIOTECHNOLOGY AND THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT Lawrence M. Sung 167
ADDRESSING THE PATENT GOLD RUSH: THE ROLE OF DEFERENCE TO PTO PATENT DENIALS Arti Rai 199
PATENTS AND CUMULATIVE INNOVATION Clarisa Long 229


PART III: INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW ISSUES

SPLICING MORALITY AND PATENT LAW: ISSUES ARISING FROM MIXING MICE AND MEN Cynthia M. Ho 247
CONTRIBUTORY PATENT INFRINGEMENT IN KOREA Sang-Jo Jong 287
PATENT INFRINGEMENT DAMAGES IN JAPAN AND THE UNITED STATES: WILL INCREASED PATENT INFRINGEMENT DAMAGE AWARDS REVIVE THE JAPANESE ECONOMY? Toshiko Takenaka 309
REQUIRING DISCLOSURE OF THE ORIGIN OF GENETIC RESOURCES AND PRIOR INFORMED CONSENT IN PATENT APPLICATIONS WITHOUT INFRINGING THE TRIPS AGREEMENT: THE PROBLEM AND THE SOLUTION Nuno Pires de Carvalho 371
PATENT LITIGATION IN EUROPE--A GLIMMER OF HOPE? PRESENT STATUS AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES Joseph Straus 403


NOTES

THE DISPARATE TREATMENT OF MALES AND FEMALES WITHIN THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM Laura A. Barnickol 429
GET CLEAN OR GET OUT: LANDLORDS DRUG-TESTING TENANTS David Lang 459
GUSTAV RADBRUCH: AN EXTRAORDINARY LEGAL PHILOSOPHER Heather Leawoods 489
WHEN A LANDMARK CANNOT SERVE AS A TRADEMARK: TRADEMARK PROTECTION FOR BUILDING DESIGNS IN LIGHT OF ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM, INC V. GENTILE PRODUCTIONS Andrew T. Spence 517
MAINTAINING STATE DISCRETION VERSUS MANDATING UNIVERSAL MEDICAID COVERAGE: RENEWED FEDERALISM AND A REASONABLE STANDARD OF CARE UNDER DESARIO V. THOMAS Danielle Teachout Uy 545


RECENT DEVELOPMENT

MUCH ADO ABOUT MIRANDA Kathryn E. Crossley 569


REPRINTED ARTICLE

RULE 15C2-12: A FLAWED REGULATORY FRAMEWORK CREATES PITFALLS FOR MUNICIPAL ISSUERS Lisa M. Fairchild & Nan S. Ellis 587


REPRINTED NOTE

AS GOES MAINE? THE 1996 MAINE CLEAN ELECTION ACT: INNOVATIONS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORMS AT THE STATE AND FEDERAL LEVEL Deborah E. Schneider 627


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