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Saliency, Anchors & Frames: A Multicomponent Damages Experiment

Article by Bernard Chao and Roderick O’Dorisio

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Privacy Preserving Social Norm Nudges

Article by Yifat Nahmias, Oren Perez, Yotam Shlomo & Uri Stemmer

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Patents for Sharing

Article by Toshiko Takenaka

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Microgrids for Micro-Communities

Note by Julie C. Michalski

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Recent Articles

Saliency, Anchors & Frames: A Multicomponent Damages Experiment

By  Bernard Chao and Roderick O’Dorisio
Article, Fall 2019
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Privacy Preserving Social Norm Nudges

By  Yifat Nahmias, Oren Perez, Yotam Shlomo & Uri Stemmer
Article, Fall 2019
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Patents for Sharing

By  Toshiko Takenaka
Article, Fall 2019
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Antitrust Overreach: Undoing Cooperative Standardization in the Digital Economy

By  Jonathan M. Barnett
Article, Spring 2019
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Bank On We The People: Why and How Public Engagement Is Relevant to Biobanking

By  Chao-Tien Chang
Article, Spring 2019
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Recent Notes

Microgrids for Micro-Communities

By  Julie C. Michalski
Note, Fall 2019
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The Unified Patent Court and Patent Trolls In Europe

By  Jonathon I. Tietz
Note, Spring 2019
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Privacy in the Golden State

Are you a resident of California? Or are you a business owner whose business reaches consumers in California? If your answer to either of these questions is “yes,” then you should familiarize yourself with the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”).

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The CRISPR War Drags On: How the Fight to Patent CRISPR-Cas9 Creates Uncertainty in the Biotechnology Sphere

On September 10, 2018, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals (“Federal Circuit”) affirmed the ruling of the United States Patent Trial and Appeals Board (“the Board”) in Regents of the University of California v. Broad Institute, finding that there was no interference-in-fact between competing patents that claimed methods of using CRISPR-Cas9 to modify cellular DNA. Rather than settling the patentability issue, however, exhaustive litigation has continued, as both parties seek to protect the results obtained from costly research.

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