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Volume 40, Issue 4: The 30th Anniversary of the Hatch-Waxman Act

The 30th Anniversary of the Hatch-Waxman Act

Orrin G. Hatch, Foreword

Robert A. Armitage, The Hatch-Waxman Act: A Path Forward for Making It More Modern

Kurt R. Karst, Letting the Devil Ride: Thirty Years of ANDA Suitability Petitions Under the Hatch-Waxman Act

Shashank Upadhye, There’s a Hole in My Bucket Dear Liza, Dear Liza: The 30-Year Anniversary of the Hatch-Waxman Act: Resolved and Unresolved Gaps and Court-Driven Policy Gap Filling

Lars P. Taavola, Jumping into the Actavis Briar Patch—Insight into How Courts May Structure Reverse Payment Antitrust Proceedings and the Questions That Actavis Left Unanswered

Brian P. Wallenfelt, Hatch-Waxman and Medical Devices

Kristina M. Lybecker, Essay: When Patents Aren’t Enough: Why Biologics Necessitate Data Exclusivity Protection


J. Travis Laster, The Effect of Stockholder Approval on Enhanced Scrutiny

Mike Steenson, Presumed Damages in Defamation Law

Student Notes

Ashley N. Biermann, The Practical Effects of Dickhoff v. Green on Wrongful Death Actions in Minnesota: Drawing a Line in the Sand or Committing to a Fair Solution?

Melissa Lorentz, Engineering Exceptions to Historic Preservation Law: Why the Army Corps of Engineers’ Section 106 Regulations Are Invalid

Kaitrin Vohs, “I Don’t Know the Question, but Sex Is Definitely the Answer”: The Over-Simplification of Same-Sex Sexual Harassment Since Oncale v. Sundowner Offshore Services, Inc.

Fortieth Anniversary Tribute

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