Elgar research collection. Critical concepts in intellectual property law ; 16.
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Encouraging Inventions by Government Employees, Modern Law Review / D.H.N. Johnson Removing the "Fuel of Interest" from the "Fire of Genius": Law and the Employee-Inventor, 1830-1930, University of Chicago Law Review / Catherine L. Fisk Patent Rights in an Employee's Invention: The American Shop Right Rule and the English View, Law Quarterly Review / C. Robert Morris Jr The Employed Inventor, the Public Interest, and Horse and Buggy Law in the Space Age, New York University Law Review / John C. Stedman "Sewing the Fly Buttons on the Statute": Employee Inventions and the Employment Context, Oxford Journal of Legal Studies / Justine Pila Intellectual Property and the Firm, University of Chicago Law Review / Dan L. Burk The Law and Economics of Employee Inventions, Harvard Journal of Law and Technology / Robert P. Merges The Creative Employee and the Copyright Act of 1976, University of Chicago Law Review / Rochelle Cooper Dreyfuss Who Owns Human Capital? A Critical Appraisal of Legal Techniques for Capturing the Value of Work, Australian Journal of Labour Law / Joellen Riley Serious flaw of employee invention ownership under the Bayh-Dole Act in Stanford v. Roche: Finding the missing piece of the puzzle in the German Employee Invention Act, Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal / Toshiko Takenaka Resolving invention ownership disputes: limitations of the contract of employment in Marilyn Pittard, Ann L. Monotti and John Duns / Mark Freeland and Jeremias Prassl EU Perspectives on employees inventions in Marilyn Pittard, Ann L. Monotti and John / Marie-Christine Janssens Collective Bargaining and the Ownership of Employee Creation, Australian Journal of Labour Law / John Howe and Andrew Newman Employee Agreements not to compete, Harvard Law Review / Harlan M. Blake Confidentiality and the employment relationship, Australian Journal of Labour Law / Andrew Stewart The legal infrastructure of high technology industrial districts: Silicon Valley, Route 128, and Covenants Not to Compete / Ronald J. Gilson Inter-firm Migration of tacit knowledge: law and policy / William van Caenegem Intellectual Property justifications for restricting employee mobility: A critical appraisal in light of the economic evidence / Alan Hyde What/Whose Knowledge? Restraints of trade and concepts of knowledge / Christopher Arup The Incomplete Noncompete Picture / Norman D. Bishara and Evan Starr Rights in university innovations: the herschel smith lecture for 1991 / W.R. Cornish Faculty-generated inventions: who owns the golden egg? / Pat K. Chew Who owns my research and teaching materials / Ann Monotti - The real issue behind Stanford v. Roche: faculty conceptions of university assignment policies stemming from the 1947 biddle report / Sean M. O'Connor
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