Partial Bibliography - Richard H. Stern




Law Journal Articles

Bowman v Monsanto: Exhaustion versus Making, [2014] EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 255

Comment: Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics: Sieving the Gene Pool., [2013] EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 685

Mayo v. Prometheus: No Patents on Conventional Implementations of Natural Principles and Fundamental Truths, [2012] EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 502

Comment: Bilski: A “Flipped” Vote and Then a Damp Squib, [2011] EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 115

Comment: US Court of Appeals for Federal Circuit Clarifies Patent Eligibility Guidelines: In re Bilski, [2009] EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 213

Comment: Antitrust Legality of “Reverse Payments” from Patentees to Accused Infringers Upheld: In re Ciprofloxacin Hydrochloride Antitrust Litigation, [2009] EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV 101

Being Within the Useful Arts as a Further Constitutional Requirement for US Patent Eligibility, [2009] EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV 6

Quanta Computer Inc v LGE Electronics Inc—Comments on the Reaffirmance of the Exhaustion Doctrine in the United States, [2008] EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 527

Supreme Court Decides Festo—The Presumption Against Equivalency Is Not Just the Complete Bar by Another Name, or Is It?, 24 EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 449 (2002)

Scope-of-Protection Problems with Patents and Copyrights on Methods of Doing Business, 10 FORDHAM INTELL. PROP., MEDIA & ENT. L.J. 105 (1999)

Patenting Signals in the United States, [1999] 5 COMPUT. & TELECOM. L. Rev. 59

An Attempt to Rationalize Floppy Disk Claims, 17 JOHN MARSHALL J. COMPUT. & INF. L. (1998)

Refusals to License Intellectual Property Rights and Monopoly “Leverage,” 20 EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 390 (1998)

A Major Change in the Doctrine of Equivalents or a Damp Squib?, 19 EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 375 (1997)

Is Patenting Computerised Methods of Doing Business Socially Beneficial or Harmful?, [1997] 3 COMPUT. & TELECOM. L. REV. 19

The New USPTO Software Guidelines: Opportunities and Pitfalls, [1996] 2 COMPUT. & TELECOM. L. Rev. 135

On Defining the Concept of Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights in Algorithms and Other Abstract Computer-Related Ideas, 23 AIPLA Q.J. 401 (1995)

Solving the Algorithm Conundrum: After 1994 in the Federal Circuit Patent Law Needs a Radical Algorithmectomy, 22 AIPLA Q.J. 167 (1994)

Reverse Engineering for Future Compatibility: Atari v. Nintendo, 16 EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 175 (1994)

In re Alappat: The Gordian Knot Retwisted, 2 UNIV. OF BALT. INTELL. PROP. L.J. 187 (1994)

Federal Circuit Equates Methods of Doing Business to Algorithms for Patentability Purposes: In re Schrader, 16 EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 496 (1994)

Post-Sale Patent Restrictions After Mallinckrodt - An Idea in Search of Definition, 5 ALBANY L.J. SCI. & TECH. 1 (1994)

A Sui Generis Utility Model Law As an Alternative Legal Model for Software, 1 U. BALT. INTELL. PROP. L.J. 108 (1993)

The Unobserved Demise of the Exhaustion Doctrine in US Patent Law: Mallinckrodt v. Medipart, 15 EUR. INTELL. PROP. REV. 460 (1993)

The Game Genie Case: Copyright in Derivative Works versus Users' Rights, [1992] 3 ENTERTAINMENT L. REV. 104

Copyright Infringement by Add-On Software: Going Beyond Deconstruction of the Mona Lisa Moustach Paradigm, 31 JURIMETRICS J. 205 (1991)

Copyright in Computer Programming Languages, 17 RUTGERS COMPUT. & TECHNOL. L.J. 321 (1991)

Tales From the Algorithm War: Benson to Iwahashi, It's Deja Vu All Over Again, 18 AIPLA Q.J. 371 (1991)

Legal Protection of Screen Dsplays and Other User Interfaces for Computers: A Problem in Balancing Incentives for Creation Against Need for Free Access to the Utilitarian, 14 COLUMB. - VLA J. LAW & ARTS 283 (1990)

IEEE MICRO Magazine Columns

Alice v. CLS Bank: Are US Business-Method and Software Patents Doomed? Part 1, IEEE MICRO (Sept. 2014)

Microsoft Tells Court That Without FRAND, Standard-Setting Would Be Blatant Antitrust Violation, IEEE MICRO (July 2013)

Standardization Skullduggery Never Ends: Apple v. Motorola, IEEE MICRO (Mar. 2012)

Standardization Skullduggery Revisited, IEEE MICRO (Mar. 2011)

IEEE-USA Tells Congress that Patent Reform Is Essential to Economic Recovery, IEEE MICRO (Mar. 2009)

One of the Last Updates on Rambus Standardization Skullduggery, IEEE MICRO (Jan.. 2009)

An Update on ‘‘Exhaustion’’—Supreme Court Decides Quanta Case, IEEE MICRO (Nov. 2008)

What Kinds of Computer-Software-Related Advances (if Any) Are Eligible for Patents? Part II: The ‘‘Useful Arts’’ Requirement, IEEE MICRO (Sept. 2008)

What Kinds of Computer-Software-Related Advances (If Any) Are Eligible for Patents? Part I, IEEE MICRO (July 2008)

AAI Asks FTC to Investigate RAND Issues Concerning Digital TV Standard, IEEE MICRO (May 2008)

FTC Sues N-Data for Violating Standards Commitment to IEEE, IEEE MICRO (Mar. 2008)

Supreme Court to hear semiconductor chip patent “exhaustion” case, IEEE MICRO (Nov. 2007)

Federal appeals court sees potential antitrust violation in standardization skullduggery, IEEE MICRO (Sept. 2007)

Antitrust Division gives IEEE standard setters okay to ask patentees how RAND they are,,  IEEE MICRO (May 2007)

Coming down the home stretch in the Rambus standardization skullduggery saga: To levy or not to levy royalties,, IEEE MICRO (March 2007)

West Coast Federal Appeals Court Upholds Chip Protection Act Violation Finding, IEEE MICRO (Jan. 2007)

New Jersey federal court holds Qualcomm’s unFRANDly acts no antitrust violation,, IEEE MICRO (Sept. 2006)

Court dismisses “copyright champion’s” source code copyright suit, IEEE MICRO (May 2006)

Transnational electronic systems and patent infringement, IEEE MICRO (Nov. 2005)

Standardization skullduggery update: UMTS standard , IEEE MICRO (July 2005)

The antitrust ghost in the standard-setting machine , IEEE MICRO (May 2005)

FTC Cracks Down on Spyware and PC Hijacking, But Not True Lies, IEEE MICRO (Jan. 2005)

Vicarious Liability for Infringement, IEEE MICRO (Sept. 2004)

FTC Turns Back Challenge on Patent Coverage, IEEE MICRO (July 2004)

Collecting Patent Damages on Unpatented Products, IEEE MICRO (May 2004)

Challenging Search Engines and Pop-Ups Under Copyright Law – Part 3, IEEE MICRO (March 2004)

Challenging Search Engines and Pop-Ups Under Copyright Law – Part 2, IEEE MICRO (Jan. 2004)

Unresolved Legal Questions About Patents and Standard Setting, IEEE MICRO (Sept. 2003)

Weird Turn of Events in Continuing Rambus Saga, IEEE MICRO (Jan. 2003)

Standardization and Competitive Advantage, IEEE MICRO (Nov. 2002)

FTC Piles Onto Rambus’ Standardization Skullduggery, IEEE MICRO (July 2002)

Challenging Search Engines Under Copyright Law: Part 1, IEEE MICRO (May 2002)

Is Gatoring Unfair or Illegal?, IEEE MICRO (Jan. 2002)

Is Mousetrapping Unfair?, IEEE MICRO (Nov. 2001)

An Update on Standardization Skullduggery, IEEE MICRO (Sept. 2001)

More Standardization Skullduggery, IEEE MICRO (July 2001)

Preventing Abuse of IEEE Standards Policy, IEEE MICRO (May 2001)

Amazon's One-Click Patent Loses Its Teeth, IEEE MICRO (March 2001)

Who Invented Hyperlinks?, IEEE MICRO (Jan. 2001)

Napster: A Walking Copyright Infringement?, IEEE MICRO (Nov. 2000)

IP-Related Refusals To Deal (Part 2½): A Postscript, IEEE MICRO (May 2000)

IP-Related Refusals To Deal (Part 2): Pretext and Misconduct as Standards, IEEE MICRO (Mar. 2000)

IP-Related Refusals To Deal (Part 1): Updating the Intel-Intergraph Controversy, IEEE MICRO (Jan. 2000)

When Compliance With a Standard Gets Too Expensive, IEEE MICRO (Nov. 1999)

Licensing IP Embodied in Standards, Part 2, IEEE MICRO (Sept./Oct. 1999)

Licensing IP Embodied in Standards, IEEE MICRO (July/Aug. 1999)

Web Concerns, IEEE MICRO (Mar./Apr. 1999)

When Elephants Dance, Mice Watch Out!, IEEE MICRO (Jan./Feb. 1999)

Y2K Product Liability, IEEE MICRO (Sept. 1998)

Restraints on Technology Advances, IEEE MICRO (July/Aug. 1998)

Inviting Participants in Standard Setting, IEEE MICRO (May/June 1998)

Patenting Signals, IEEE MICRO (Mar./Apr. 1998)

The Gnat Versus the Borg, IEEE MICRO (Jan./Feb. 1998)

US vs. Microsoft (Again) - the Browser War, IEEE MICRO (Nov./Dec. 1997)

Paradigms Lost, IEEE MICRO (Sept./Oct. 1997)

It's Not Enough to Be Right, IEEE MICRO (July/Aug. 1997)

Content Providers: "I was framed", IEEE MICRO (May/June 1997)

AOL: Essential for Sending Junk E-mail?, IEEE MICRO (Mar./Apr. 1997)

Shrink-Wrap License Restrictions - Preempted?, IEEE MICRO (Jan./Feb. 1997)

Patenting Computerized Methods of Doing Business, IEEE MICRO (Nov. 1996)

Patents on Selling Via the Net - Really?IEEE MICRO (Sep. 1996)

Net Access - Divvying Up the Pie, IEEE MICRO (May 1996)

Patenting Software, Revisited, IEEE MICRO (Mar. 1996)

Bulletin Boards and Net Sites, IEEE MICRO (Jan. 1996)

Winsocking the Competition, IEEE MICRO (Nov. 1995)

The PTO on Software Patents, IEEE MICRO (July 1995)

Fuzziness Versus All or Nothing, IEEE MICRO (May 1995)

Microsoft and Vaporware, IEEE MICRO (Mar. 1995) [continuation of text of article]

Hauling Manufacturers into the ITC, IEEE MICRO (Jan. 1995)

A Short Look at Time Bombs, IEEE MICRO (Dec. 1994)

Tilting at Gates's Windmill (Microsoft Licensing), IEEE MICRO (Oct. 1994)

Setting Standards on the Information Superhighway, IEEE MICRO (Aug. 1994)

Sweat Equity Investments, IEEE MICRO (April 1994)

Disassembling Object Code: a Misdeed?, IEEE MICRO (Feb. 1994)

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