Volume 1, Issue 1 | JBEL | School of Law | Pepperdine University

Volume 1, Issue 1

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CONTENTS

THE "EVOLVING WRITTEN DESCRIPTION DOCTRINE" AND THE SEARCH FOR SPECIFICITY (A.K.A. ADEQUACY IS THE MATTER OF INVENTION)
Gerald R. Prettyman, Jr. (1)

SOFTWARE LICENSES, SOURCE CODE ESCROWS, AND TRUSTEE POWERS UNDER 11 U.S.C § 365
James E. Raymond (43)

TRAINING LAW STUDENTS TO BE INTERNATIONAL TRANSACTIONAL LAWYERS-USING AN EXTENDED SIMULATION TO EDUCATE LAW STUDENTS ABOUT BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS
Daniel D. Bradlow and Jay Gary Finkelstein (67)

TAKING HEALTHCARE'S PULSE: LEGAL ISSUES INVOLVED IN HEALTHCARE BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS
Renee A. Pistone (89)

SPEECH

YUNUS SPEECH TRANSCRIPTION
Dr. Muhammad Yunus (99)

NOTES AND COMMENTS

GOLDSTEIN V. SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
Todd Zaun (111)

GRIDLOCK ON THE ROAD TO RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT: DISCUSSION ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITIES & RISKS PRESENTED BY THE MODERNIZATION REQUIREMENTS OF THE ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION NETWORK
Kelsey Jay Nunez (137)

THE MORAL RIGHTS ACT OF 2007: FINDING THE MELODY IN THE MUSIC
Aurele Danoff (181)

LIMITS ON UTILITY IN THE FACE OF THE 21ST CENTURY INVENTION: THE PROBLEM WITH LIMITING PATENT CLAIMS ON EST SEQUENCES
Kyle Strache (209)