Vol. 15.1 – Winter 2009


Arsenic and Old Chemistry: Images of Mad Alchemists, Experts Attacking Experts, and the Crisis in Forensic Science
by David S. Caudill

Preserving Creativity from Endless Digital Exploitation: Has the Time Come for the New Concept of Copyright Dilution?
by Lucille M. Ponte


Objectively Reckless: A Semi-Empirical Evaluation of In re Seagate
by Justin P. Huddleson

Facebook’s Privacy Policy and Its Third-Party Partnerships: Lucrativity and Liability
by Yasamine Hashemi

Legal Update

Capitol Records v. Thomas and the Future of Peer-To-Peer File-Sharing Litigation
by Mohammad Hasan Ali