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Volume XI (2004-2005)

Issue 2: Winter 2005

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


5.   Automobile Accidents Associated With Cell Phone Use: Can Cell Phone Service Providers and Manufacturers Be Held Liable Under a Theory of Negligence? — Jordan B. Michael

6.   Digital Signature Law of the United Nations, European Union, United Kingdom and United States: Promotion of Growth in E-Commerce With Enhanced Security — Stephen E. Blythe, Ph.D., J.D., LL.M.

7.   When Does a Patent Right Become an Antitrust Wrong? Antitrust Liability for Refusals to Deal in Patented Goods — Aaron B. Rabinowitz


8.   Designer Discounter Infringes Trademark and Goes Unpunished: A Look at Gucci America, Inc. v. Daffy’s, Inc. and The Lanham Act — Sarah Cone

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