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January 17, 2017

95 N.C. L. Rev. 523 (2017) 

In the United States, a person may apply for asylum if the person meets the statutory definition of a “refugee.” Asylum status grants “withholding of removal” from the United States, as well as an eventual path to lawful permanent residence....

January 17, 2017

95 N.C. L. Rev. 493 (2017) 

This Comment argues that, despite the recent subject matter eligibility guidelines provided by the USPTO and in light of the infringement analysis framework set forth in Limelight III, only careful patent drafting with respect to what, specif...

January 17, 2017

95 N.C. L. Rev. 413 (2017) 

This Article presents a natural rights justification for property rights in a theory called “productive labor theory.” Productive labor theory sets forth a Lockean, labor-based case for property. It links property to human interests in flouri...

95 N.C. L. Rev. 339 (2017) 

The political economy of energy policy in the United States is dominated by a combination of ideological partisanship and interest group lobbying. Both are reflected in the widespread belief that, under the Obama administration, the Environme...

January 17, 2017

95 N.C. L. Rev. 261 (2017) 

On February 4, 2016, the United States and eleven other countries signed the Trans-Pacific Partnership (“TPP”)—the most far-reaching free trade agreement since the World Trade Organization’s founding in 1995. Unlike most prior trade agreement...

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