We are pleased to announce the publication of Issue 1 of Volume 17 of the Stanford Technology Law Review. The Articles in this issue are leading scholarship on design patents, on topics ranging from the doctrine’s theoretical underpinnings, to the scope of design patent protection, to the proper remedy for infringement. These Articles were originally presented at the Design Patents in the Modern World conference held at Stanford Law School last April.The complete Issue includes the following articles:Progress and Competition in DesignMark P. McKenna & Katherine J. Strandburg Functionality and Graphical User Interface Design Patents Michael RischVirtual Designs Jason J. Du Mont & Mark D. Janis(R)evolution in Design Patentable Subject Matter: The Shifting Meaning of “Article of Manufacture” William J. Seymour & Andrew W. TorranceA Rational System of Design Patent Remedies Mark A. LemleyOverlapping Intellectual Property Doctrines: Election of Rights Versus Selection of Remedies Laura A. HeymannDesign Patents: Law Without Design Peter Lee & Madhavi SunderMoving Beyond the Standard Criticisms of Design Patents Sarah BursteinThe entire issue is available here as a pdf.
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