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Volume XI (2004-2005)

Issue 1: Fall 2004

Introduction: contains Cover, Table of Contents, Letter from the Editor, and Masthead


1.   An Analysis of the Factors That Determine When and How to Resolve a Trademark Dispute — Thomas J. Speiss, III & Stephen M. Levine

2.   Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Legal Reasoning: Using xTalk to Model the Alien Tort Claims Act and Torture Victim Protection Act — Eric Allen Engle

3.   Arrgh! Hollywood Targets Internet Piracy — Anna E. Engleman & Dale A. Scott

4.   Learning from the Mistakes of the Past: Disclosure of Financial Conflicts of Interest and Genetic Research — Christopher Jackson

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