Maine Law Review: Volume 59, No. 2 (2007)
- Symposium: Closing in on Open Science: Trends in Intellectual Property & Scientific Research
- Adoption of the Bayh-Dole Act in Developed Countries: Added Pressure for a Broad Research Exemption in the United States?
Michael S. Mireles
- The Experimental Use Exception to Patent Infringement: Do Universities Deserve Special Treatment?
Elizabeth A. Rowe
- A Virtue-Centered Approach to the Biotechnology Commons (Or, The Virtuous Penguin)
David W. Opderbeck
- Road Map to Revolution? Patent-Based Open Science
- Open Source Approaches in Biotechnology: Utopia Revisited
- Rembrandts in the Research Lab: Why Universities Should Take a Lesson from Big Business to Increase Innovation
- Case Note
- Assigning Infrigement Claims: Silvers v. Sony Pictures
- Defining "Disability" Under the Maine Human Rights Act After Whitney v. Wal-mart Stores, Inc.
- New Hampshire Motor Transport Association v. Rowe: Federal Preemption of Maine's Attempt to Regulate Internet Sales of Tabacco to Minors
- Education Funding in Maine in Light of Zelman and Locke: Too Much Play in the Joints?
Sarah M. Lavigne