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    • Forever Green? An Examination of Pharmaceutical Patent Extensions 

      Marrs, Julian W. (University of Oregon School of Law, 2017-07-27)
      This Article examines Novartis in the context of pharmaceutical evergreening, and suggests that the U.S. intellectual property regime could be improved by adopting a provision similar to section 3(d). Part I discusses ...
    • Santiago as a Seat for International Commercial Arbitration 

      Vial, Gonzalo; Blavi, Francisco (University of Oregon School of Law, 2017-07-27)
      The seat of an arbitration is the jurisdiction in which the arbitration procedure takes place. The seat not only influences the law applicable to the arbitration, but its courts also exercise supervisory powers over the ...
    • Undue Due Process: Why the Application of Jurisdictional Due Process Requirements to the Recognition of Foreign-Country Judgments Is Inappropriate 

      Meier, Niklaus (University of Oregon School of Law, 2017-07-27)
      When the recognition of foreign-country judgments is sought in the United States, it occurs that recognition is denied due to lack of jurisdiction. In the United States, jurisdiction of foreign courts is examined according ...
    • Unpacking Import Injury 

      Fanizzo, Michael J. , Jr. (University of Oregon School of Law, 2017-07-27)
      “I can’t afford to bring this case, but I can’t afford to do nothing,” says Diana, a hypothetical owner of an American manufacturing business whose sales are diving. The recession, slow recovery, and foreign competition ...