IP Faculty Publications
Program in Intellectual Property Law
Below is a reverse chronological listing of the scholarly works by Chicago-Kent's IP faculty members beginning with works that are still in progress or forthcoming. For a complete listing of publications by faculty member please click the specific professor's name below to link to that professor's publication page maintained by the Berkeley Electronic Press.
|Lori Andrews||Henry H. Perritt, Jr.
|Christopher Buccafusco||Mickie Piatt
|Sarah Harding||David Schwartz
|Edward Lee||Ronald W. Staudt
Forthcoming Works and Works in Progress
Lori Andrews, Sculpting Public Policy through Bioart, in Art et Biotechnologies (Ernestine Daubner and Louise Poissant eds., Presses de l'Université du Québec, 2d ed., forthcoming 2011) (with Jalissa Bauman Horne).
Christopher Buccafusco, Behavioral Analysis of Intellectual Property Law Incentives (with Jeanne Fromer) (work in progress).
Christopher J. Buccafusco, Making Sense of Intellectual Property, 97 Cornell Law Review ___ (forthcoming 2011).
Edward Lee, The Global Trade Mark (work in progress).
David Schwartz, Legal Scholarship and the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit: An Empirical Study of a National Circuit, 26 Berkeley Technology Law Journal ___ (forthcoming 2012) (with Lee Petherbridge) (forthcoming 2012).
Richard Warner, The Undermining Impact of Information Processing on Informational Privacy, in Rights of Personality in the XXI Century , (Justyna Balcarczyk ed., Walters Kluwer, forthcoming) (with Robert Sloan).
Richard Warner, Unauthorized Access: The Crisis in Online Privacy and Information Security (Chapman and Hall/CRC Press, forthcoming 2012) (with Robert Sloan).
Richard Warner, Vulnerable Software: Product-Risk Norms and the Problem of Unauthorized Access, ___ University of Illinois Journal of Technology, Law & Policy ___ (forthcoming 2012) (with Robert Sloan).
Lori Andrews, A Pound of Flesh: Patient Legal Action for Human Research Protections in the Biotech Age, in Patients as Policy Actors (Beatrix Hoffman, Rachael Grob & Mark Schlesinger eds., Rutgers University Press 2011) (with Julie Burger Chronis).
Lori Andrews, Privacy, Please: How Facebook Jeopardizes Your Private Life, Playboy , Jan. 2011, at 167.
Christopher Buccafusco, The Creativity Effect, 78 University of Chicago Law Review 31 (2011) (with Christopher Sprigman) (forthcoming 2011).
Edward Lee, Measuring TRIPS Compliance and Defiance: The WTO Scorecard, 18 Journal of Intellectual Property Law 401 (2011).
Henry H. Perritt, Jr., New Business Models for Music, 18 Villanova Sports & Entertainment Law Journal 63 (2011).
David Schwartz, Book Review: David Hricik, Patent Ethics: Litigation, 1 IP Law Book Review 93 (2011).
David Schwartz, Explaining the Demise of the Doctrine of Equivalents, 26 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1157 (2011).
David Schwartz, The Use of Legal Scholarship by the Federal Courts of Appeals: An Empirical Study, 96 Cornell Law Review 1345 (2011) (with Lee Petherbridge).
Richard Warner, Undermined Norms: The Corrosive Effect of Information Processing Technology on Informational Privacy, 55 Saint Louis University Law Journal 1047 (2011).
Lori Andrews, Genetics: Ethics, Law and Policy (Thomson/West 3d ed., 2010) (with M. Mehlman & M. Rothstein).
Lori Andrews & Jordan Paradise, Genetic Sequence Patents: Historical Justification and Current Impacts, in Living Properties: Making Knowledge and Controlling Ownership in the History of Biology (Jean-Paul Gaudillière, Daniel J. Kevles, Hans-Jorg Rheinberger eds., Monograph, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, Germany, 2010).
Christopher Buccafusco, Retribution and the Experience of Punishment, 98 California Law Review 1463 (2010) (with J. Bronsteen and J. Masur).
Christopher Buccafusco, Valuing Intellectual Property: An Experiment, 96 Cornell Law Review 1 (2010) (with C. Sprigman).
Christopher Buccafusco, Welfare as Happiness, 98 Georgetown Law Journal 1583 (2010) (with J. Bronsteen and J. Masur).
Christopher Buccafusco & David Schwartz, Challenging IP's Fundamental Assumptions, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin , April 26, 2010, at 6.
Edward Lee, Technological Fair Use, 83 University of Southern California Law Review 797 (2010).
Edward Lee, Remixing Lessig, 6 I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society 41 (2010) (reviewing Lawrence Lessig, Remix (2008)).
Henry H. Perritt, Jr., Music Markets and Mythologies, 9 John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law 831 (2010).
Henry H. Perritt, Jr., Technologies of Storytelling: New Models for Movies, 10 Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal 106 (2010).
David Schwartz, Patent Claim Construction in the Federal Circuit (West 2010) (contributing editor).
David Schwartz, Pre-Markman Reversal Rates, in Symposium, The Federal Circuit as an Institution, 43 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 1073 (2010).
Richard Warner, Turned On Its Head?: Norms, Freedom, and Acceptable Terms in Internet Contracting, Journal of Internet Law , November 2010, at 18.
Richard Warner, Developing Foundations for Accountability Systems: Informational Norms and Context-Sensitive Judgments, in Workshop on Governance of Technology, Information, and Policies, Proceedings of the 2010 Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (with R. Sloan).
Lori Andrews, Assessing Values to Set Policies for Consent, Storage, and Use of Tissue and Information in Biobanks, in New Challenges for Biobanks: Ethics, Law and Governance (Kris Dierickx & Pascal Borry eds., Intersentia, 2009).
Lori Andrews, Who Owns Your Body? A Study in Literature and Law, 84 Chicago-Kent Law Review 3 (November 2009) (released in 2010) (symposium editor).
Christopher Buccafusco, Happiness and Punishment, 76 University of Chicago Law Review 1037 (2009) (with John Bronsteen and Jonathan Masur).
Edward Lee, Decoding the DMCA Safe Harbors, 32 Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts 233 (2009).
Edward Lee, Developing Copyright Practices for User-Generated Content, 13 Journal of Internet Law 1 (2009).
Edward Lee, Freedom of the Press 2.0, in Intellectual Property Law Review 2009 (K. Tripp ed., West Group 2009).
Edward Lee, Guns and Speech Technologies: How the Right to Bear Arms Affects Copyright Regulations of Speech Technologies, in First Amendment Law Handbook, 2009–2010 (R. Smolla ed., West Group, forthcoming 2009).
Edward Lee, Guns and Speech Technologies: How the Right to Bear Arms Affects Copyright Regulations of Speech Technologies, 17 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 1037 (2009).
David Schwartz, Courting Specialization: An Empirical Study of Claim Construction Comparing Patent Litigation Before Federal District Courts and the International Trade Commission, 50 William & Mary Law Review 1699 (2009).
Lori Andrews, Book Review, 358 New England Journal of Medicine 204 (2008) (reviewing Lori Knowles & Gregory Kaebnick eds., Reprogenetics: Law, Policy and Ethical Issues (2007)).
Lori Andrews, DNA Inside, Journal of Life Sciences , June/July 2008, at 46.
Lori Andrews, Influenza Genetic Sequence Patents: Where Intellectual Property Clashes With Public Health Needs, 3 Future Virology 235 (2008) (with L. Shackleton).
Lori Andrews, Is There a Right to Clone? Constitutional Challenges to Bans on Human Cloning, in The Reproductive Rights Reader: Law, Medicine, and the Construction of Motherhood (N. Ehrenreich ed., NYU Press 2008).
Lori Andrews, Making Art, Making Policy, in Imagining Science: Art, Science, and Social Change (S. Caulfield & T. Caulfield eds., University of Alberta Press 2008).
Lori Andrews Reads The Journalist and the Murderer in New Orleans, Louisiana, in Field-Tested Books (Coudal Partners 2008).
Lori Andrews, Thinking Small, Journal of Life Sciences , February/March 2008, at 48 (with J. Burger).
Christopher Buccafusco, Hedonic Adaptation and the Settlement of Civil Lawsuits, 108 Columbia Law Review 1516 (2008) (with J. Bronsteen & J. Masur).
Edward Lee, Warming Up to User-Generated Content, 2008 University of Illinois Law Review 1459.
Edward Lee, Freedom of the Press 2.0, 42 Georgia Law Review 309 (2008).
Edward Lee, Freedom of the Press 2.0, in First Amendment Law Handbook, 2008–2009 (R. Smolla ed., West Group 2008).
Edward Lee, Introduction: The Future of Patent Reform, 4 I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society 1 (2008) (symposium).
David Schwartz, Practice Makes Perfect? An Empirical Study of Claim Construction Reversal Rates in Patent Cases, 107 Michigan Law Review 223 (2008).
Richard Warner, Turned on Its Head?: Norms, Freedom, and Acceptable Terms in Internet Contracting, 11 Tulane Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property 1 (2008).
Richard Warner, When Worlds Collide: Intellectual Property, High Technology and the Law , (M. Barczewski, M. Miłosz & Richard Warner eds., Wolters Kluwer Polska 2008).
Lori Andrews, Tissue Culture, Journal of Life Sciences , September 2007, at 68.
Lori Andrews, Patenting Life, Journal of Life Sciences , May 2007, at 38.
Lori Andrews, Art as a Public Policy Medium, in Signs of Life: Bio Art and Beyond (E. Kac ed., MIT Press 2007).
Lori Andrews, Nanotechnology and the Intellectual Property Landscape, in Nanoscale: Issues and Perspectives for the Nano Century (Nigel M. de S. Cameron & M. Mitchell eds., John Wiley & Sons Inc. 2007) (with J. Burger & M. Timm).
Lori Andrews, Tales from the Crypt: Scientific, Ethical, and Legal Considerations for Biohistorical Analysis of Deceased Historical Figures, 26 Temple Journal of Science, Technology and Environmental Law 223 (2007) (with J. Paradise).
Christopher Buccafusco, On the Legal Consequences of Sauces: Should Thomas Keller's Recipes Be Per Se Copyrightable?, 24 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 1121 (2007).
Henry H. Perritt, Jr., Flanking the DRM Maginot Line Against New Music Markets, 16 Michigan State Journal of International Law 113 (2007).
Henry H. Perritt, Jr., New Architectures for Music: Law Should Get Out of the Way, 29 Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal 259 (2007).
Mickie Piatt, Trade Secrets: Cases, Materials and Strategies (William S. Hein 2007) (with T. Parkhurst).
Lori Andrews, When Patents Threaten Science, 314 Science 1395 (2006) (with Timothy R. Holbrook, J. Paradise & D. Bochneak).
Lori Andrews, Who Owns Your Body?: A Patient's Perspective on Washington University v. Catalona, 34 Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 398 (2006).
Lori Andrews, The Battle Over the Body, 42 Trial 22 (2006).
Lori Andrews, Brave New Babies, 9 DePaul Journal of Health Care Law 1355 (2006) (reviewing Judith Daar, Reproductive Technologies and the Law (2006)).
Lori Andrews, Genetics: Ethics, Law and Policy (West Group 2d ed. 2006) (with M. Mehlman & M. Rothstein).
Christopher Buccafusco, Gaining/Losing Perspective on the Law, or Keeping Visual Evidence in Perspective, in Popular Culture and Law (R. Sherwin ed., Ashgate Publishing 2006).
Edward Lee, International Intellectual Property: Problems, Cases, and Materials (West Group 2006) (with D. Chow).
Henry H. Perritt, Jr., Civil Liability on the Internet, GPSolo , Jan.-Feb. 2006, at 45 (with J. Carle).
2005 & Earlier
Christopher Buccafusco, Gaining/Losing Perspective on the Law, or Keeping Visual Evidence in Perspective, 58 University of Miami Law Review 609 (2004).
Edward Lee, The New Canon: Using or Misusing Foreign Law to Decide Domestic Intellectual Property Claims, 46 Harvard International Law Journal 1 (2005).
Edward Lee, The Ethics of Innovation: p2p Software Developers and Designing Substantial Noninfringing Uses Under the Sony Doctrine, 62 Journal of Business Ethics 147 (2005).
Henry H. Perritt, Jr., Final Status for Kosovo, 80 Chicago-Kent Law Review 3 (2005) (symposium editor).
Henry H. Perritt, Jr., Resolving Claims When Countries Disintegrate: The Challenge of Kosovo, 80 Chicago-Kent Law Review 119 (2005).
Henry H. Perritt, Jr., Providing Judicial Review for Decisions by Political Trustees, 15 Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law 1 (2004).
Henry H. Perritt, Jr., Iraq and the Future of United States Foreign Policy: Failures of Legitimacy, 31 Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 149 (2004).
Henry H. Perritt, Jr., Economic Sustainability and Final Status for Kosovo, 25 University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law 259 (2004).
Mickie Piatt, Beyond the Trees, 22 Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 16 (1996).
Mickie Piatt, Out of the Book, in Handbook of Law Librarianship in the Electronic Age (1993).
Mickie Piatt, Copyright Issues and Information Technologies, Proceedings of the 1993 FSU Library Conference (1993).
Ronald W. Staudt, Access to Justice: Meeting the Needs of Self-Represented Litigants (Pearson Press 2002) (with C. Owen & E. Pedwell).
Ronald W. Staudt, Access to Justice for the Self-Represented Litigant: An Interdisciplinary Investigation by Designers and Lawyers, 52 Syracuse Law Review 1017 (2002) (with P. Hannaford).
Ronald W. Staudt, The 1% Solution: American Judges Must Enter the Internet Age, 2 Journal of Appellate Practice and Process 463 (2000) (with Henry H. Perritt, Jr.).
Richard Warner, Internet Law, in Encyclopedia of International Media and Communications (Academic Press 2003).
Richard Warner, SPAM and Beyond: Freedom, Efficiency, and the Regulation of E-mail Advertising, 22 John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law 141 (2003).
Richard Warner, Border Disputes: Trespass To Chattels on the Internet, 47 Villanova Law Review 117 (2002).
Richard Warner, Ethical Considerations in Practicing Law Online, in Internet and E-Commerce Law, BLI-IICLE 1-1 (M. Simon & A. Friedan eds., 2002).
Richard Warner, The Impact of the Web on the Business of Law, 25 Rutgers Law Record 33 (2001).