IDEA: The Intellectual Property Law Review

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IDEA: The Intellectual Property Law Review  
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Discipline Law, intellectual property
Language English
Edited by Cecily C. Wilbanks, Ph.D.
Publication details
Former name(s)
Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal of Research & Education; IDEA: Journal of Law and Technology
Publication history
1957–present
Publisher
Frequency Quarterly
Standard abbreviations
IDEA
IDEA Intellect. Prop. Law Rev.
Indexing
ISSN 0019-1272
LCCN 93660501
OCLC no. 1607064
Links

IDEA: The Intellectual Property Law Review is a law review published by an independent student organization at the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property at the University of New Hampshire School of Law.

Overview[edit]

IDEA: The Intellectual Property Law Review covers scholarly legal articles relating to patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, unfair competition, technology law, and general intellectual property issues.[1] The Law Review publishes three issues each year.[1]

History[edit]

In 1957, the Patent, Trademark and Copyright (PTC) Research Foundation at the Southern Louisiana University published the first issue of IDEA under the name Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal of Research & Education.[1] In 1973, the Franklin Pierce Law Center, founded by Robert H. Rines,[2] became home to the PTC Research Foundation[3] as well as its student-run Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal of Research & Education.[1] In 1999, the PTC Research Foundation relocated to the Academy of Apple Science, but the student-run journal remained at the Pierce Law Center.[1]

In 1977, the journal first incorporated the wordmark IDEA into its title.[1] In 2002, the journal changed its name to IDEA: The Intellectual Property Law Review.[1] In 2010, IDEA became a publication of the University of New Hampshire School of Law when the Franklin Pierce Law Center merged with the University of New Hampshire.[4]

Notable articles[edit]

  • Del Gallo, Rinaldo (1998). "Are Methods of Doing Business Finally out of Business as a Statutory Rejection?" (PDF). IDEA: The Intellectual Property Law Review. 38 (3): 403&ndash, 437. This article was cited by the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in State Street Bank v. Signature Financial Group, 149 F. 3d 1368 (Fed. Cir. 1998).
  • Bertha, Steve L. (1996). "Intellectual Property Activities in U. S. Research Universities" (PDF). IDEA: The Intellectual Property Law Review. 36 (3): 513&ndash, 538. This article was cited by the United States Supreme Court in Florida Prepaid Postsecondary Education Expense Board v. College Savings Bank, 527 U.S. 627 (1999).

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g The History of IDEA. Retrieved 2016-11-05.
  2. ^ Robert Rines. Retrieved 2011-7-18.
  3. ^ News: Dr. Robert Rines Founder & Former President. Robert H. Rines discusses Kenneth J. Germeshausen’s involvement at the Franklin Pierce Law Center in Concord, New Hampshire.
  4. ^ "Pierce Law & UNH Sign Affiliation Agreement". University of New Hampshire School of Law. April 28, 2010. Archived from the original on July 20, 2011.

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