Volume 14 | Number 3

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UPDATES ARE NOT AVAILABLE: FDA REGULATIONS DETER MANUFACTURERS FROM QUICKLY AND EFFECTIVELY RESPONDING TO SOFTWARE PROBLEMS RENDERING MEDICAL DEVICES VULNERABLE TO MALWARE AND CYBERSECURITY THREATS
Kristy Williams
14 Wake Forest J.Bus & Intell. Prop. L. 367

KNOWING IS HALF THE BATTLE: HOW LATE IS TOO LATE TO MEET THE KNOWLEDGE ELEMENT WHEN PLEADING INDIRECT PATENT INFRINGEMENT?
Jack Burns
14 Wake Forest J.Bus & Intell. Prop. L. 418

 

THE ROLE OF CORPORATE INTEGRITY AGREEMENTS IN THE EXPANSION OF FIDUCIARY DUTIES
Wulf A. Kaal & Elizabeth R. Malay
14 Wake Forest J.Bus & Intell. Prop. L. 440

 

VALID BUT HARMFUL: WHY CONGRESS SHOULD AMEND THE PATENT ACT TO INCLUDE COMPULSORY LICENSING OF DISEASE GENE PATENTS
Rebeca Echevarria
14 Wake Forest J.Bus & Intell. Prop. L. 464

 

THE USE OF TRADEMARKS AS METATAGS IN EUROPE: EXPANDED PROTECTIONS FROM THE EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE
Emily Thornton
14 Wake Forest J.Bus & Intell. Prop. L. 487