IDEA: The Law Review of the Franklin Pierce Center For Intellectual Property

IDEA: The Law Review of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property

Issue: Volume 58, Number 3

So Happy Together: Should the California Decision Be a Basis To Recognize a Right of Public Performance In Pre-1972 Sound Recordings?
Vicenç Feliú

"IP" So Facto? Not So Fasto: Why IP Addresses Should Not Be Considered PII
Tim Lachance

New Castles with Familiar Bricks - Balancing Copyrights, Spiritual Successor Video Games, and Competition
Nathaniel Ng

Issue: Volume 58, Number 2

A Modern System for Resolving Online Copyright Infringement Disputes: Administrative Rulemaking and Adjudication, a One-Stop Fix to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act 
Alan J. Gocha

Measuring the Value of a "Zombie" Brand: A Survey-Based Model
Joseph C. Gioconda

The End of Exclusivity: Towards a Compensatory (Patent) Commons
Shamnad Basheer

Issue: Volume 58, Number 1

Go (En)Fish: Drawing CAD Files from the Patent Eligibility Pool
Andrew Schreiber

A Mind of Its Own - Direct Infringement by Users of Artificial Intelligence Systems
Bridget Watson

The Future of Patenting Antibodies After Amgen v. Sanofi
Anna N. Lukacher

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Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief

Kaitlyn Garvin

Managing Editors

Eilene Duberow
Elise Romberger

Notes Editor

Martin Kueblbeck

E-Media Editor/IP Redux Team Leader

Chinmay Prataps Bagwe

Senior Editors

Nick Arnold
Sam Beaupre
Curt Lockhart
Laura Petrasky

Associate Editors

Nick Bortz
Kate Coker
Dustin Ferzacca
Sarah McNeal
Matt Middleton
Danielle Pomeroy

Faculty Advisors

Jon R. Cavicchi, Professor of Legal Research,
Intellectual Property Librarian

Ryan Vacca, Professor of Law

Business Manager

Lauri Connolly
University of New Hampshire School of Law

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