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Volume 15 | Number 1

You may download and read the Volume 15, Issue 1 Full Edition or click on a citation below for individual articles. Journal content dating from 2005 is available on the Lexis-Nexis database. Content dating from 2006 is available on the HeinOnline database. Journal content, starting with Volume 8, is now available on the Westlaw database (subscriptions required).

N.I.G.G.A., SLUMDOG, DYKE, JAP, AND HEEB: RECONSIDERING DISPARAGING TRADEMARKS IN A POST-RACIAL ERA
Amanda E. Compton
15 Wake Forest J.Bus & Intell. Prop. L. 1

SO LET THE PAINT BE SPREAD: WE’RE PAINTING THE SOLES RED
Michelle Gonzalez
15 Wake Forest J.Bus & Intell. Prop. L. 49

 

MAKING THE CASE FOR INTERNS: HOW THE FEDERAL COURTS’ REFUSAL TO PROTECT INTERNS MEANS THE FAILURE OF TITLE VII
Hannah Nicholes
15 Wake Forest J.Bus & Intell. Prop. L. 81

 

THE ONLINE CROSSROADS OF WEBSITE TERMS OF SERVICE AGREEMENTS AND CONSUMER PROTECTION: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF ARBITRATION CLAUSES IN THE TERMS OF SERVICE AGREEMENTS FOR THE TOP 100 WEBSITES VIEWED IN THE UNITED STATES
James R. Bucilla II
15 Wake Forest J.Bus & Intell. Prop. L. 102

 

TRADEMARK PROTECTION IN THE CRAFT BREWING INDUSTRY: A BEER BY ANY OTHER NAME MAY BE AN INFRINGEMENT
Rebecca S. Winder
15 Wake Forest J. Bus. & Intell. Prop. L. 148

 

THE DIVISIBILITY DOCTRINE: IMPACT ON SPORTS BROADCASTING FOR THE FIFA WORLD CUP
Brittanie Browning
15 Wake Forest J. Bus. & Intell. Prop. L. 169

 

QUANTIFYING PATENT ELIGIBILITY JUDGMENTS
Aashish R. Karkhanis
15 Wake Forest J. Bus. & Intell. Prop. L. 203