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IDEA: The Law Review of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property is a law review published by an independent student organization at the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property at the University of New Hampshire School of Law.

IDEA: The Law Review of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property  
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DisciplineLaw, intellectual property
LanguageEnglish
Edited byMatthew Middleton
Publication details
Former name(s)
Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal of Research & Education; IDEA: Journal of Law and Technology
History1957–present
Publisher
FrequencyQuarterly
Standard abbreviations
BluebookIDEA
ISO 4IDEA
Indexing
ISSN0019-1272
LCCN93660501
OCLC no.1607064
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OverviewEdit

IDEA: The Law Review of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property covers scholarly legal articles relating to patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, unfair competition, technology law, and general intellectual property issues.[1] The Law Review publishes three issues each year.[1]

HistoryEdit

In 1957, the Patent, Trademark and Copyright (PTC) Research Foundation at the Southern Louisiana University published the first issue of IDEA under the name Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal of Research & Education.[1] In 1973, the Franklin Pierce Law Center, founded by Robert H. Rines,[2] became home to the PTC Research Foundation[3] as well as its student-run Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal of Research & Education.[1] In 1999, the PTC Research Foundation relocated to the Academy of Apple Science, but the student-run journal remained at the Pierce Law Center.[1]

In 1977, the journal first incorporated the wordmark IDEA into its title.[1] In 2002, the journal changed its name to IDEA: The Intellectual Property Law Review.[1] In 2010, IDEA became a publication of the University of New Hampshire School of Law when the Franklin Pierce Law Center merged with the University of New Hampshire.[4]

Notable articlesEdit

  • Del Gallo, Rinaldo (1998). "Are Methods of Doing Business Finally out of Business as a Statutory Rejection?" (PDF). IDEA: The Law Review of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property. 38 (3): 403–437. This article was cited by the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in State Street Bank v. Signature Financial Group, 149 F. 3d 1368 (Fed. Cir. 1998).
  • Bertha, Steve L. (1996). "Intellectual Property Activities in U. S. Research Universities" (PDF). IDEA: The Law Review of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property. 36 (3): 513–538. This article was cited by the United States Supreme Court in Florida Prepaid Postsecondary Education Expense Board v. College Savings Bank, 527 U.S. 627 (1999).

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g The History of IDEA. Retrieved 2016-11-05.
  2. ^ Robert Rines. Retrieved 2011-7-18.
  3. ^ News: Dr. Robert Rines Founder & Former President. Robert H. Rines discusses Kenneth J. Germeshausen’s involvement at the Franklin Pierce Law Center in Concord, New Hampshire.
  4. ^ "Pierce Law & UNH Sign Affiliation Agreement". University of New Hampshire School of Law. April 28, 2010. Archived from the original on July 20, 2011.

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