Maine Law Review: Volume 53, No. 2 (2001)
- Symposium: Financing the Enterprises of the Internet
- Revised Article 9 and Intellectual Property Asset Financing
Raymond T. Nimmer
- The Technology-Rich "Dot-Com" in Bankruptcy: The Debtor as Owner of Intellectual Property
Lois R. Lupica
- The Perfection and Priority Rules for Security Interests in Copyrights, Patents, and Trademarks: The Current Structural Dissonance and Proposed Legislative Cures
Thomas M. Ward
- Valuation of Intellectual Property: Placing a Dollar Value on Technology (or, Are Real-Options Real?)
Gordon V. Smith
University of Maine School of Law Lecture Series
- Frank M. Coffin Lecture on Law and Public Service
- Must the Interests of the Client Always Come First?
Alan B. Morrison
- Edward S. Godfrey Distinguished Visiting Professor Lecture
- Hate Speech - The United States Versus the Rest of the World?
- How the Law Court Uses Duty to Limit the Scope of Negligence Liability
Paul F. Macri
- Surrogate Mothers, Gestational Carriers, and a Pragmatic Adaptation of the Uniform Parentage Act of 2000
John C. Sheldon
- Latent Medical Errors and Maine's Statute of Limitations for Medical Malpractice: A Discussion of the Issues
- Case Note
- State v. Brackett: Does the State Have a Right of Appeal?