PIJIP Faculty Publications

 

Jonas Anderson  | Brandon ButlerMichael Carroll | Jorge Contreras | Christine Haight Farley | Sean Flynn | Peter Jaszi |  Victoria Phillips



Jonas Anderson

  • “Claiming Definiteness,” Vand. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2016).
  • “Judicial Lobbying,” Wash. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2016).
  • “Court Competition for Patent Case,s” 163 U. Pa. L. Rev. 631 (2015).
  • “Specialized Standards of Review,” 18 Stan. Tech. L. Rev. 151 (2015).
  • “Court Competition for Patent Cases, “163 U. PA. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2014).
  • “Patent Dialogue,” 92 N.C. L. Rev. 1049 (2014).
  • “Informal Deference: An Historical, Empirical, and Normative Analysis of Patent Claim Construction,” Nw. U. L. Rev. Vol. 108 (2013).
  • “Book Review: Gene Patents and Collaborative Licensing Models,” 2 Intell. Prop. L. Book Rev. 1 (2011 (solicited)).
  • “Secret Inventions,” Intell. Prop. L. Rev. (Karen Tripp, ed.) Vol. 44, pp. 549-610 (2012).
  • “Secret Inventions,” Berkeley Tech. L.J., 26(917), 917-978 (2011). LINK
  • “Hiding Behind Nationality: The Temporary Presence Exception and Patent Infringement Avoidance,” 15 Mich. Telecommun. & Tech. L. Rev. 1 (2008).  LINK


Brandon Butler

  • “Transformative Teaching and Educational Fair Use after Georgia State,” Conn. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2015).
  • “Audio Preservation: The Legal Context”, in The ARSC Guide to Preservation (Robin Pike & Maya Lerman, eds., 2015).
  • “Fair Use and Sound Recording Collections: Solutions to Common Challenges”, in The ARSC Audio Presentation Handbook (Robin Pike & Maya Lerman, eds., 2015) (with Peter Jaszi).
  • “Fair Use Best Practices: The Emerging Cross-Community Consensus”, in Statement of Best Practices in Fair Use of Collections Containing Orphan Works for Libraries, Archives, and Other Memory Institutions (2015).
  • “Special Report: Digital Copyright Developments Relating to U.S. Libraries and Publishers,” 2012-2013, in LIBRARY AND BOOK TRADE ALMANAC 2014 (Bowker Annual, 2014)(with Jonathan Band).
  • “Fair Use Rising: Full Text Access and Repurposing” in RECENT CASE LAW, RESEARCH LIBRARY ISSUES (Fall 2014).
  • “The Google Books and HathiTrust Decisions: Massive Digitization, Major Public Service, Modest Access,” MEDIA LAW RESOURCE CENTER BULLETIN,  (Spring 2014)(with Jonathan Band).
  • “What Rights Come with That Movie?” with Laura Jenemann, Library Journal (Jan. 9, 2014). LINK
  • “Some Cautionary Tales About Collective Licensing” with Jonathan Band, 21 Mich. State U. Int’l L. Rev. 687 (2013). LINK
  • “Overlapping Forms of Protection for Databases” with Jonathan Band, Overlapping Intellectual Property Rights (Neil Wilkof & Shamnad Basheer eds., 2012).


Michael Carroll

  • “Tailoring Intellectual Property Rights”, in Research Handbook on the Economics of Intellectual Property Law (Vol. 1 – Theory). (Ben Depoorter & Peter S. Menell, eds.), Edward Elgar Publishing, (forthcoming 2016).”Pinterest and Copyright’s Safe Harbors for Internet Providers,” 68 U. Miami L. Rev. 421 (2014).
  • “Why Protecting Internet Service Providers From Liability For Users’ Copyright Infringement Has Been A Policy Success,” in Innovation, Competition, and Collaboration. (Dana Beldiman, ed.), (2015).
  • “The Future Now: Canada’s Libraries, Archives and Public Memory,” Expert Panel Report, Royal Society of Canada, Ottawa (2015) (with Patricia Demers, et al.).
  • “Sharing Research Data and Intellectual Property Law: A Primer,” 13 PLOS Biology (Aug. 27, 2015).
  • “A Realist Approach to Copyright Law’s Formalities,” 28 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 1511 (2013).
  • “Fair Use in Context,” IP Jotwell (2013). LINK
  • “Copyright’s Creative Hierarchy in the Performing Arts,” Vand. J. Ent. & Tech L. 14 (797) (2012). LINK 
  • “Why Full Open Access Matters,” PLoS Biology, 9(11) (2011). LINK
  • “Tailoring Intellectual Property Rights,” The Structure of Intellectual Property Law. Ed. Annette Kur (2011).
  • “One Size Does Not Fit All: Framework for Tailoring Intellectual Property Rights,” Ohio State Law Journal. (2009). LINK
  • “Fair Use and Creative Commons Licenses,” Risk and Entrepreneurship. Ed. Pamela Bluh and Cindy Hepfer. Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (2009).
  • “The Role of Copyright Law in Academic Journal Publishing,” Working within the Boundaries of Intellectual Property. Ed. Rochelle Dreyfuss, Harry First and Diane Zimmerman. Oxford University Press(2009). LINK
  • “Fixing Fair Use,” N.C. L. Rev. 85 (2007): 1087-1154. LINK
  • “Creative Commons as Conversational Copyright,”  Intellectual Property and Information Wealth: Issues and Practices in the Digital Age. Ed. Peter K. Yu. Praeger, 2007. 445-461. LINK
  • “Patent Injunctions and the Problem of Uniformity Cost,”  Mich. Telecommun. & Tech. L. Rev. 13 (2007): 421. LINK
  • “The Movement for Open Access Law – Symposium,” Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 10.4 (2006): 741-760. LINK
  • “One for All: The Problem of Uniformity Cost in Intellectual Property Law,” Am. U. L. Rev. 55 (2006). LINK
  • “Creative Commons and the New Intermediaries,” Mich. St. L. Rev. 45 (2006): 45-65. LINK
  • “The Struggle for Music Copyright,” Fla. L. Rev. 57 (2005): 907-961. LINK 
  • “Whose Music is it Anyway? How we Came to View Musical Expression as a Form of Property,” U. Cin. L. Rev. 72 (2004): 1405-1496. LINK
  • “Disruptive Technology and Common Law Lawmaking: A Brief Analysis of A&M Records, Inc. V. Napster, Inc.,”  Vill. Sports & Ent. L.J. 9.5 (2002). LINK 


Jorge Contreras

  • Bioinformatics Law: Legal Issues for Computational Biology in the Post-Genome Era (Jorge Contreras & A. James Cuticchia eds., ABA 2013). LINK
  • “Confronting the Crisis in Scientific Publishing: Latency, Licensing and Access,” 53 Santa Clara L. Rev. 491 (2013). LINK
  • “Fixing FRAND: A Pseudo-Pool Approach to Standards-Based Patent Licensing,” 79 Antitrust L.J. 47 (2013). LINK
  • “Implementing Procedural Safeguards for the Development of Bioinformatics Interoperability Standards,” 39 Northern Kentucky Law Review, No. 2 (2012).
  • “Standards, Patents, and the National Smart Grid,” 32 Pace L. Rev. 642 (2012).
  • “Higher Standards for Sustainable Building Materials,” Nature Climate Change, 2 62-64 (2012). LINK
  • “Open Access Scientific Publishing and the Developing World,” St Antony’s Intl. Rev., 8(1), 43-69 (2012). LINK
  • “Wait for it…Commons Copyright and the Private (Re)Ordering of Scientific Publishing,” (2012). LINK
  • “Public Health Versus Personal Liberty — The Uneasy Case for Individual Detention, Isolation and Quarantine,” 7 The Sci Tech Lawyer 7 (2011). LINK
  • “Equity, Antitrust, and the Reemergency of Patent Unenforceability Remedy,” The Antitrust Source (2011). LINK
  • “Toward a Rational Framework for Sustainable Building Materials Standards,” 63 Standards Engineering 1 (2011). LINK
  • “Gridlock or Greased Lightning: Intellectual Property, Government Involvement and the Smart Grid,” AIPLA Annual Meeting (2011).  LINK
  • “An Empirical Study of the Effects of Ex Ante Licensing Disclosure Policies on the Development of Voluntary Technical Standards,” Natl. Inst. of Stands. & Tech. (2011). LINK 
  • “Catalyzing Technology Development Through University Research,” Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Climate Change. Ed. Joshua Sarnoff (2011). LINK
  • “Standards and Related Intellectual Property Issues for Climate Change Technology,” Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Climate Change. Ed. Joshua Sarnoff (2011). LINK
  • “Bermuda’s Legacy: Patents, Policy and the Design of the Genome Commons,” 16 Minn. J.L. Sci. & Tech. 61 (2011). LINK
  • “Natl. Inst. Standards & Tech. Stfudy Report: An Empirical Study of the Effects of Ex Ante Licensing Disclosure Policies on the Development of Voluntary Technical Standards,” Natl. Inst. Stands. & Tech. (2011). LINK
  • “Toward a Rational Framework for Sustainable Building Materials Standards,” Standards Engineering, 1 (2011). LINK
  • “Prepublication Data Release, Latency, and Genome Commons,” 329 Sci. 393 (2010).
  • “Data Sharing, Latency Variables and Science Commons,” 25 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 1601 (2010). LINK
  • “‘Next’ and Michael Crichton’s Five-Step Program for Biotechnology Law Reform,” 48 Jurimetrics 3 (2008). LINK
  • “Intellectual Property Landscape of Material Sustainability Standards,” Colum. Sci. & Tech. L. Rev., Vol. 14.
  • “Technical Standards and Ex Ante Disclosure: Results and Analysis of an Empirical Study,” Jurimetrics, Vol. 53, No. 1.
  • “Intellectual Property Landscape of Material Sustainability Standards,” Colum. Sci. & Tech. L. Rev., Vol. 14.
  • “The International Serious Adverse Events Consortium’s data sharing model,” Nature Biotechnology, 31(1).
  • Jorge Contreras has become a guest blogger at Patently-O, where last October he posted Good Things Come in Threes, and is a regular contributor at PatentProgress.org (see his author archives).


Christine Haight Farley

  • “Registering Offense: The Prohibition of Slurs as Trademarks”, in Protecting and Promoting Diversity with Intellectaul Property Law (Irene Calboli & Srividhya Ragavan, eds.), Cambridge Univ. Press (2015).
  • “Racial Slurs Shouldn’t Be Trademarked”, Slate (Apr. 20, 2015) (with Robert Tsai).
  • “No Comment: Will Prince v. Cariou Alter Copyright Judges’ Taste in Art?”, 4 Intell Prop. Theory 19 (2015).
  • “The Protection of Geographical Indications in the Inter-American Convention on Trademarks”, 6 WIPO J. 68 (2014).
  • “Stabilizing Morality in Trademark Law,” 63 AM. U. L. REV. 101 (2014).
  • “Territorial Exclusivity in U.S. Copyright and Trademark Law,” in DISTRIBUTION DES INTANGIBLES – LA PROPRIÉTÉ INTELLECTUELLE DANS LE COMMERCE DES NOUVEAUX BIENS (Pierre-Emmanuel Moyse ed., 2014).
  • “The Pan-American Trademark Convention of 1929: A Bold Vision of Extraterritorial Meets Current Realities”, in TRADEMARK PROTECTION AND TERRITORIALITY CHALLENGES IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY (Irene Calboli & Edward Lee, eds., 2014).
  • “Whether to Challenge or Protect Offensive Trademarks,” Op-Ed, for Al Jezeera, Mar. 23, 2013.
  • Lead author, amicus brief for law professors in Paddle Tramps Manufacturing Co. v. Alpha Chi Omega et al., filed in the U.S. Supreme Court in (2013).
  • “Will Thousands of New Top Level Domains Change the Internet?” Op-Ed, for Al Jazeera, Apr. 24, 2013.
  • “Imagining the Law: Art,” Law and The Humanities: An Introduction (2010).
  • “Why Are We Confused About Trademark Dilution Law,” Trademark Dilution: Applications and Implications, Ed. A.V. Narsimha Rao (2009).
  • “Convergence and Incongruence: Trademark Law and ICANN’s Introduction of New Generic Top-Level Domains,” J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 25.4 (2009): 626-623. LINK
  • “Clinical Legal Education and the Public Interest in Intellectual Property Law,” St. Louis U. L.J. 52 (2008): 735-748. (with Peter Jaszi, Victoria Phillips, and Joshua Sarnoff) LINK
  • “The Feminine Mystique of the Brand in Trademark Law Today,” Am. U. Working Paper.(2008). LINK 
  • “Trademark Dilution Law: A Remedy in Search of a Harm,”  Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 16 (2006): 101-113. LINK
  • “Judging Art,” Tulane L. Rev. 79 (2005): 805-858. LINK
  • “The Lingering Effects of Copyright’s Response to the Invention of Photography,” U. Pettsburgh L. Rev. 65 (2004): 385-456. LINK
  • “Conflicts Between U.S. Law and International Treaties Concerning Geogrphical Indications,” Wittier L. Rev. 22.73 (2000): 73-78. LINK
  • “Protecting Folklore: Is Intellectual Property the Answer?”  Conn. L. Rev. 30 (1997): 1-57. LINK
  • “Confronting Expectations: Women in the Legal Academy.” Yale J. L. & Feminism 8 (1996): 338-358. LINK


Sean Fiil-Flynn 

  • “Protect Intellectual Property from Investor-State Dispute Settlement”, Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Negotiations, Washington, D.C., (Apr. 23, 2015).
  • “Intellectual Property in Mega-Regional Trade Agreements”, Conference on Mega-Regional Trade Agreements, American University School of International Services (Jan. 26, 2015).
  • “The Three Globalizations of Intellectual Property Law and Social Thought”, Federal University of Curitiba, Curitiba, Brazil (Oct. 2014).
  • “Special 301 and Global Administrative Law,” in BALANCING WEALTH AND HEALTH: THE BATTLE OVER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND ACCESS TO MEDICINES IN LATIN AMERICA (Rochelle Dreyfuss & Cesar Rodriguez-Garavito eds., 2014).
    “ACTA’s Constitutional Problem in the United States,” in THE ACTA AND THE PLURILATERAL ENFORCEMENT AGENDA: GENESIS AND AFTERMATH (Pedro Roffe & Xavier Seuba eds., 2014).
    “Introduction—the interface between intellectual property and competition in low- and middle-income countries, and Comparative perspectives through country case studies,” in USING COMPETITION LAW TO PROMOTE ACCESS TO HEALTH TECHNOLOGIES: A GUIDEBOOK FOR LOW- AND MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES (2014).
  • “The US Proposal for an Intellectual Property Chapter in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement,” 28 Am. U. Intl. L. Rev. 105 (2012). LINK
  • “Introduction to the Washington Declaration on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest,” 28 Am. U. Intl. L. Rev. 1 (2012). LINK
  • “Public Interest Analysis of the U.S. Trans Pacific Partnership Proposal for an IP Chapter,” PIJIP Research Paper no. 2012-10. LINK
  • “ACTA’s Constitutional Problems: The Treaty is Not a Treaty,” 26 Am. U. Intl. L. Rev. 3 (2011). LINK
  • “ACTA and Access to Medicines,” The Greens European Free Alliance (2012). LINK
  • “Public Interest Analysis of the US TPP Proposal for an IP Chapter,” Northeastern U. L. Research Paper  82 (2012). LINK
  • “Using Competition Law to Promote Access to Knowledge,” From Intellectual Property to Access to Knowledge. Ed. Amy Kapczynski, forthcoming 2009. LINK
  • “Untold Stories in South Africa: The Creative Consequences of the Clearance Culture for Documentary Filmmakers,” (with Peter Jaszi), forthcoming 2009.
  • “An Economic Justification for Open Access to Essential Medicine Patents in Developing Countries,” J.L. Med. & Ethics (2009). (with Aidan Hollis and Mike Palmedo.) LINK
  • “Abbott’s Refusal to Register Medicines as a Contravention of Section 28 of the Thailand Competition Act,” Right to Life. Ed. Kannikar Kijtiwatchakulk, 2008. LINK
  • “The Constitutionality of State Regulation of Prescription Data Mining,” BNA Pharmaceutical Law & Indsutry Report 5.43 (2007): 1-10. LINK
  • “Who’s Afraid of Competition? The Latest Assaults on Municipal Provision of Broadband Services and the Competitive Ideals of the Communications Act,” J. Mun. Telecomm. Pol. 13 (2006): 6.
  • “Dispelling Myths: A Real World Perspective on Trinko,” Antitrust Bulletin. 50 (2206): 589. (with Robert Jablon and Mark Hegedus).
  • “Brand X and the New Agency Kings,” Municipal Lawyer. 46 (2005): 6. (with Tim Lay).
  • “Verizon Communications v. Trinko: The Message for Cities is Caution,” Municipal Lawyer 46 (2005): 6. (with Robert Jablon and Mark Hegedus).
  • “Democratizing the Regulation and Governance of Water in U.S.,” Reclaiming Public Water: Achievements, Struggles and Visions from Around the World (2005).
  • “Constitutional Issues and the Right to Water,” The Age of Commodity: Water Privatization in Southern Africa. Ed. David A. McDonald and Greg Ruiters, 2004 (with Danwood Chirwa).
  • “Legal Strategies for Expanding Access to Medicines,” Emory International Law Journal 17 (2003): 535-546. LINK


Peter Jaszi 

  • “Legal Protection for Indonesian Traditional  Arts in Transition”, in Diversity in Intellectual  Property: Identities, Interests, and Intersection (Irene Calboli  & Srividhya Ragavan, eds.), Cambridge Univ. Press  (2015).COPYRIGHT, PERMISSIONS, AND FAIR USE AMONG VISUAL ARTISTS AND THE ACADEMIC AND MUSEUM VISUAL ARTS COMMUNITIES (2014). (with Patricia Aufderheide, Bryan Bello, and Tijana Milosevic)
  • COPYRIGHT LAW (9th ed. 2013) (with Craig Joyce, Marshall Leaffer, Tyler Ochoa, and Michael Carroll).
  • “Fair Use and Education: The Way Forward,” Law and Literature Vol. 25, No. 1 (2013). LINK
  • “Fair Use and Education: The Way Forward”, 24 Law and Literature 1 (Fall 2012).
  • Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Academic and Research Libraries. Assoc. of Research Libraries (2012).
  • Reclaiming Fair Use: How to Put Balance Back in Copyright, University of Chicago Books (2011). LINK
  • “Untold Stories in South Africa: Creative Consequences of the Rights Clearance Culture for Documentary           Filmmakers,” American University WCL Research Paper (2010). LINK
  • “Traditional Culture: A Step Forward for Protection in Indonesia,” Ford Foundation (2010). LINK
  • Protection for Pre-1972 Sound Recordings under State Law and Its Impact on Use by Nonprofit Institutions: A 10-State Analysis, DC: Council on Library and Information Services, 2009. LINK
  • “Clinical Legal Education and the Public Interest in Intellectual Property Law,” St. Louis U. L.J. 52 (2008): 735-748. With Christine Farley, Victoria Phillips, Joshua Sarnoff. LINK


Victoria Phillips 

  • “Pro Se, Pro Bono and Law School Clinic Programs at the USPTO”, at US Patent and Trademark Office Webinar, Alexandria, VA, (May 21, 2015).
  • “The New Normal in Public Interest Lawyering: Small Business and Transactional Clinics at the Forefront of Change”, at the 2015 AALS Conference on Clinical Legal Education, Palm Springs, CA (May 5, 2015).
  • “The Times They Are A-Changin: Experiential Education in the IP Field”, at the 2015 International Trademark Association (INTA) Annual Conference, San Diego, CA, (May 3, 2015).
  • “Intellectual Property and Social Justice: Getting the Point”, at IP and Social Justice Annual Conference, Howard University School of Law (Mar. 18, 2015).
  • “Missing the Point: The Real Impact of Native Mascots and Team Names on American Indian and Alaska Native Youth,” Center for American Progress, (2014)(with Erik Stegman).
  • “Gender and Invention: Mapping the Connections,” 19 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Policy & L. 767 (2011). LINK
  • “Clinical Legal Education and the Public Interest in Intellectual Property Law,” 52 St. Louis U. L.J. 735-748 (2008). With Peter Jaszi, Christine Farley, and Joshua Sarnoff. LINK
  • “Commodification, Intellectual Property and the Quilter’s of Gee’s Bend,” 15 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Policy & L. 357-377 (2007). LINK
  • “Summing Up the Public Interest: A Review of ‘Media Diversity and Localism: Meaning and Metrics’, Edited by Philip M. Napoli,” 60 Federal Comm. L.J. 157-166 (2007). LINK
  • “On Media Consolidation, The Public Interest, and Angels Earning Wings,” 53 Am. U. L. Rev. 613-633 (2004). LINK