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Trademarked generic words
Ralph H. Folsom & Larry L. Teply, Trademarked Generic Words, 89 Yale L.J. 1323 (1980), reprinted in 70 Trademark Rep. 206 (1980), and in 1 Nat'l L. Rev. Rep. 765 (1981).
Comparative view of the law of trademarked generic words
Ralph H. Folsom & Larry L. Teply, A Comparative View of the Law of Trademarked Generic Words, 6 Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 1 (1982).
In this article, the authors compare the approaches of the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand in handling common problems that arise when providing legal protection to trademarked words. The ...
Civil commitment as a "street-level" bureaucracy: Case load, professionalism, and administration
James S. Wunsch, Larry L. Teply, Joel Zimmerman & Geoffrey W. Peters, Civil Commitment as a "Street-Level" Bureaucracy: Case Load, Professionalism, and Administration, 6 J. Health Pol., Pol'y & L. 285 (1981).
This article applies street-level bureaucracy theories to ''coping" patterns of behavior that developed in an involuntary commitment system. Daily procedures and routines of five Nebraska county boards of mental health and ...
A reply to Swann and Palladino's critique of Folsom and Teply's model survey
Ralph H. Folsom & Larry L. Teply, A Reply to Swann and Palladino's Critique of Folsom and Teply's Model Survey, 78 Trademark Rep. 197 (1988).
This article is a reply to a critique of the authors' model survey relating to generic names and brand names in trademark litigation. The article lists several critiques by two leading members of the trademark bar and ...
Surveying "genericness" in trademark litigation
Ralph H. Folsom & Larry L. Teply, Surveying "Genericness" in Trademark Litigation, 78 Trademark Rep. 1 (1988).
This article discusses the primary significance test that is used when determining whether a claimed trademark word should receive trademark protection or should be considered a generic term. The usual way to determine the ...
Terry Michael Anderson, Fixtures, in Commercial Law: Recent Developments (Creighton Univ. Sch. of Law ed., 1984).
Taming the new breed of nuclear free zone ordinances: Statutory and constitutional infirmities in local procurement ordinances blacklisting the producers of nuclear weapons components
Patrick J. Borchers & Paul F. Dauer, Taming the New Breed of Nuclear Free Zone Ordinances: Statutory and Constitutional Infirmities in Local Procurement Ordinances Blacklisting the Producers of Nuclear Weapons Components, 40 Hastings L.J. 87 (1988), reprinted in 25 Y.B. Procurement Articles 771 (1988).
California local initiatives and referenda: An argument for keeping the progressive flame burning
Patrick J. Borchers, California Local Initiatives and Referenda: An Argument for Keeping the Progressive Flame Burning, 21 Pac. L.J. 119 (1989).
Region VII: California
Patrick J. Borchers, Region VII: California, Pub. Cont. Newsl. (Amer. Bar Ass’n Section of Pub. Contract Law), Fall 1988, at 10.
Maintaining autonomy through planning
Catherine M. Mahern, Maintaining Autonomy Through Planning, 50 Tex. B.J. 482 (1987).