The Sedona Conference Journal® Volume 7

Journal Year: 
September, 2006

Fall 2006
Electronically Stored Information: The December 2006 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure - Kenneth J. Withers
The Impact of the Proposed Federal eDiscovery Rules - Thomas Y. Allman
Thoughts on Exclusive Dealing & Related Practices - Tyler A. Baker
Evolution of Exclusive Dealing Law - J. Thomas Rosch
Fitting a Square Peg Into a Round Hole: Competitive Bidding & Price Discrimination - Constance K. Robinson
The Sedona Conference® Commentary on the Role of Economics in Antitrust (Post-Public Comment Version) - The Sedona Conference® WG3
Do Intellectual Property Laws Promote Competition & Innovation? - Douglas Rosenthal
The Patent Troll Myth - Raymond P. Niro & Paul K. Vickrey
Who is a Troll? Not a Simple Answer - Terrence P. McMahon, Stephen J. Akerly & Jane H. Bu
The Doctrine of Willful Patent Infringement After Knorr-Bremse: Practical Problems & Recommendations - William F. Lee, Michael J. Summersgill & Jordan L. Hirsch
Claim Construction: A Plea for Deference - Timothy J. Malloy & Patrick V. Bradley
The Sedona Conference® Report on the Markman Process (Public Comment Version) - The Sedona Conference® WG5
Trying Mass Torts - Allan Kanner
Class Settlements of Mass Tort Cases - Lewis F. Powell III

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