Number 1, Fall 2003
Single Subject Issue on Public Contracts & Intellectual Property
Ralph C. Nash Jr.
Fear and Loathing of Federal Contracting: Are Commercial Companies Really Afraid to Do Business with the Federal Government? Should They Be?
Nancy O. Dix, Fernand A. Lavallee, and Kimberly C. Welch
Comparative Analysis of Intellectual Property Issues Relating to the Acquisition of Commercial and Noncommercial Items by the Federal Government
William C. Anderson
Intellectual Property in Federal Government Contracts: The Past, the Present, and One Possible Future
Diane M. Sidebottom
A Layman’s Guide to Intellectual Property in Defense Contracts
Gregg S. Sharp
Protecting Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software: Applying the Ten Practical Rules and Their Corollaries
Matthew S. Simchak
Uncharted Waters: State Contracting Terms and Conditions, Intellectual Property, and the Homeland Security Era
Robert K. Huffman and Lynda T. O’Sullivan
“Like Toddlers in Big Surf”: Can the Government Control the Effects of Federal Trademark Liability?
David S. Bloch and James G. McEwen
We’re Not Under Title 35 Anymore: Patent Litigation Against the United States Under 28 U.S.C. § 1498(A)
David R. Lipson
Number 4, Summer 2004
Making Federal Information Technology Accessible: A Case Study in Social Policy and Procurement
Christopher R. Yukins
Federal Contracting with Women-Owned Businesses: An Analysis of Existing Challenges and Potential Opportunities
Denise Benjamin Sirmons
Affirmative Action Hiring Obligations: Is It Time for a Race-Neutral Policy or a Race to the Court House?
Joseph C. Fetterman
Rethinking the Presumption of Social and Economic Disadvantage
Sean A. Sabin
Default Termination and Liquidated Damages: The Best Briefs from the McKenna Long & Aldridge Gilbert A. Cuneo Government Contracts Moot Court Competition
Erin Fishman, Meghan DiPerna, and Michelle Garcia