Thursday, June 28, 2007

Another bad citation

In the past, IPBiz noted errors in cites in law reviews including the University of Chicago Law Review (cited reference offering no support AND wrong page noted; editor declines to correct) and the Stanford Law Review (proclaiming Gary Boone the inventor of the integrated circuit, with Noyce and Kilby unmentioned). Now we have one in the Law Library Journal. IPBiz suggests that once the Law Library Journal screws up a cite, it's time to recognize that one cannot assume the text in journals is correct. You are on your own.

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and on peer-to-patent:


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