RIPL Issue 16-4 Online Now
The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law is proud to announce the publication of Issue 4 of Volume 16! We are pleased to feature articles by Adam Epstein, Neha Ahuja, and W. Lesser covering a wide range of topics including the application of the Lanham Act in Olympic Committee Marketing, the role of End User License Agreements in virtual worlds, and an examination of court’s interpretation of Legitimate Business Purposes. Also included are student comments by Courtney Willits, Gouthami Vanam, and Paul Sanders examining issues surrounding the use of music in the political world, the impact of Lexmark Case on Patent Exhaustion, and the impact that the In re Tam decision has on the First Amendment and trademark law.
The Ambush at Rio, 16 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 350 (2017)
Candidates Shouldn’t “Cruz” Through Political Campaigns: Why asking for permission to use music is becoming so important on the campaign trail, 16 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 457 (2017)
It’s My Mark, I Can Offend If I Want To! The Waning of the Government’s Power to Protect its Citizens from Widespread Discriminatory Marks, 16 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 505 (2017)
The Editorial Board
John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law