Cracking the Code to Privacy: How Far Can the FBI Go?

By: Angela Murphy As the Nation continues to deal with the fallout of the events of September 11th, it must continue to decide what limits on privacy will be sacrificed in order to allow the government to tighten its security efforts. Who would have guessed that in this crazy post-September 11th world, the latest champion of Constitutional freedoms would be a reputed mobster? Download Full Article (PDF) Cite: 2002 Duke L. & Tech. Rev. 0002

Fraud and Enforceability: Potential Implications for Federal Circuit Litigation

By: Michael Kim Should fraudulent litigation tactics and testimony affect the validity of underlying patents? What results are possible if the enforceability of a patent turns on the conduct of the applying party not only before the Patent and Trademark Office, but also before circuit courts? The author of the following article considers these questions in light of the recent Aptix Corp. case. Download Full Article (PDF) Cite: 2002 Duke L. & Tech. Rev. 0001