IP Faculty Scholarship

Recent Intellectual Property Publications


Lori B. Andrews

Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Institute for Science, Law and Technology

I Know Who You Are and I Saw What You Did: Social Networks and the Death of Privacy (Simon and Schuster 2012, paperback edition 2013).  Published in Japanese (East Press Co. Ltd., 2013), Arabic (Obeikan Research & Development, 2015), Korean (Youngjin, 2016), and Chinese (Hangzhou Blue Lion Cultural & Creative, 2016). [link]

A New Privacy Paradigm in the Age of Apps, Wake Forest L. Rev. (forthcoming 2018).

Fundamental Rights, Privacy, and Mobile Medical Apps, En Letra Derecho Civil y Comercial (forthcoming 2018).

Virtual Clinical Trials: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back, 19 J. Health Care L. & Pol’y 189 (with Kayla Kostelecky, Stephanie Spritz, and Alexandra Franco, 2017). [link]

Controlling Our ‘Nature’: Gene Editing in Law and in the Arts, in Gene Editing: Life and Law Beyond the Human (Irus Braverman, ed.) (Routledge, 2017). [link]

iSPY: Threats to Individual and Institutional Privacy in the Digital World, AALL Spectrum (May/June 2017). [link]

Privacy Policies of Android Diabetes Apps and Sharing of Health Information, 315 JAMA 1051 (2016) (with Sarah R. Blenner, Melanie Köllmer, Adam J. Rouse, Nadia Daneshvar, and Curry Williams). [link]

Genetics: Coitus Defunctus (Review of Hank Greely), 532 Nature 35 (2016). [link]


Graeme B. Dinwoodie

Global Professor of Intellectual Property Law

Trademarks and Unfair Competition: Law and Policy (with Janis) (Aspen Law Publishing) (5th ed. 2018). [link]

Secondary Liability of Internet Service Providers, 25 Global Studies in Comparative Law (Springer 2017) (editor). [link]

Brexit and IP: The Great Unraveling?, 39 Cardozo L. Rev. 967-995 (2018) (with Dreyfuss). [link]

Territorial Overlaps in Trademark Law: The Evolving European Model, 92 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1669-1743 (2017). [link]

A Comparative Analysis of the Secondary Liability of Online Service Providers in Secondary Liability of Internet Service Providers 1-72 (Dinwoodie ed. Springer 2017). [link]

The Legal Consequences of Brexit Through the Lens of IP Law, 101 Judicature 64-71 (2017) (with Arnold, Bently and Derclaye).

Publicity Right, Personality Right, or Just Confusion? in Research Handbook on Intellectual Property in Media and Entertainment (Richardson and Ricketson eds. Elgar Publishing 2016) (with Richardson). [link]

Diversifying Perspectives of the International Intellectual Property System, in The Intellectual Property System in a Time of Change: European and International Perspectives (Geiger ed. 2016). [link]


Edward Lee

Professor of Law and Director of the Program in Intellectual Property Law

International Intellectual Property: Problems, Cases, and Materials (West 3d ed. 2018) (with Daniel Chow) (casebook). [link]

Design Patents and Other Protections for Design; Problems, Cases, and Materials (West 2017) (with Mark McKenna, David Schwartz) (casebook). [link]

Fair Use Avoidance in Music Cases, 59 B.C. L. Rev. 1873 (2018). [link]

Brief of Professors Edward Lee and Jake Linford as Amici Curiae in Supp. of Respondent, Matal v. Tam, No. 15-1293 (Dec. 2016). [link]

Recognizing Rights in Real Time: The Role of Google in the EU Right to Be Forgotten, 49 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 1017 (2016). [link]

Suspect Assertions of Copyright, 15 Chi.-Kent J. Intell. Prop. 379 (2016). [link]

Research Handbook on Intellectual Property Exhaustion and Parallel Imports (I. Calboli & Edward Lee eds., Elgar 2016). [link]


Henry H. Perritt, Jr.

Professor of Law and Director of the Graduate Program in Financial Services Law

Dont Burn the Looms: Regulation of Uber and Other Gig Labor Markets, ___ SMU Sci. & Tech. Law Rev. ___ (2019) (forthcoming).

Medics, Markets, and Medicare: The Air Ambulance Crisis, 43 Rutgers Comp. & Tech. L. J. 38 (2017). [link]

No Way to Run an Airline: Surviving an Air Ambulance Ride, 82 J. Air L. & Commerce 83 (2017). [link]

Keeping the Internet Invisible: Television Takes over, 21 Univ. of Fla. J. Tech. L. & Policy 121 (2017). [link]

Who Pays When Drones Crash?, 21 UCLA J. L. & Tech. 1 (2017). [link]

The Internet Adopts Two-Way Radio, ___ Hastings Sci. & Tech. L. J. ___ (2017).

Uber Television: Internet-Only Television Stations, 23 UCLA Ent. L. Rev. 65 (2016). [link]

Uber TV: Extending the Internet revolution (further) into local TV, RTDNA Newsletter (Jan. 25, 2016). [link]

Uber Television: Internet-Only Television Stations, 23 UCLA Ent. L. Rev. 65 (2016). [link]

An Arm and a Leg: Paying for helicopter air ambulances, 2016 Univ. of Ill. J. Law, Tech. & Pol’y 317 (2016). [link]


Mickie A. Piatt

Associate Professor of Law and Deputy Director of the Program in Intellectual Property Law

Trade Secrets: Cases, Materials and Strategies (William S. Hein 2007, rev. ed. forthcoming) (with T. Parkhurst).


Greg Reilly

Assistant Professor of Law

Amending Patent Claims, 32 Harv. J. L. & Tech. (forthcoming 2018).

Our 19th Century Patent System, 7 IP Theory (forthcoming 2018) (solicited contribution). [link]

Brief for 72 Professors of Intellectual Property Law as Amici Curiae in Support of Respondents, Oil States Energy Servs., LLC v. Greenes Energy Group, LLC, No. 16-712 (U.S. 2018) (with Mark A. Lemley & Arti K. Rai). [link]

The Constitutionality of Administrative Patent Cancellation, 23 B.U. J. Science & Tech. L. 377 (2017) (invited symposium contribution). [link]

Decoupling Patent Law, 97 B.U. L. Rev. 551 (2017). [link]

Rethinking the PHOSITA in Patent Litigation, 48 Loy. U. Chi. L. J. 501 (2017) (invited symposium contribution).

How Can the Supreme Court Not Understand Patent Law, 16 Chi.-Kent J. Intell. Prop. 292 (2017) (invited symposium contribution). [link]

Patent Trolls and Claim Construction, 91 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1045 (2016). [link]

Forum Selling (with Daniel M. Klerman) 89 S. Cal. L. Rev. 241 (2016). [link]


Richard Warner

Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the Center for Law and Computers

Why Don’t We Defend Better? Data Breaches, Risk Management, and Public Policy (with Robert Sloan), (CRC Press Focus, forthcoming 2019).

Austin, J. L., in Hugh LaFollette (ed.) Wiley-Blackwell’s International Encyclopedia of Ethics, 2012. Revised and updated (forthcoming 2019).

Explaining Speaker/Audience Coordination, presented at the Second International Conference on Pragmatics and Philosophy, Lisbon, Portugal, 18 – 21 September 2018 (forthcoming 2019).

How Much Should We Spend to Protect Privacy?: The Need for Information We Do Not Have, with Robert Sloan, __ J. L. Econ. & Pol’y ___ (forthcoming 2018).

Defending Our Data: The Need for Information We Do Not Have, in Maciej Barczewski (ed.), Information and Value: Intellectual Property, Privacy, and Big Data (Peter Luck Publishing, forthcoming 2018).

Domain Names, in Maciej Barczewski (ed.) Encyclopedia of Intellectual Property, University of Gdańsk (forthcoming).

Meaning, Reasoning, and the Centrality of Common Knowledge, in Alessandro Capone (ed.), Pragmatics and Philosophy, Volume 2, Mouton De Gruyter (forthcoming).

Coordinating Meaning: Contractual Promises, Common Knowledge and Coordination in Speaker Meaning, in Alessandro Capone (ed.), Further Advances in Pragmatics and Philosophy (Springer 2018). [link]                                 

Indirect Reports and the Law, in Alessandro Capone (ed.), Indirect Reports, Pragmatics, and the Law, Springer (2016).

A Reply to I hope you will let Flynn go, in Alessandro Capone (ed.), Indirect Reports, Pragmatics, and the Law, Springer (2016).

The Ethics of the Algorithm: Autonomous Systems and the Wrapper of Human Control, with Robert Sloan, 48 Cumberland L. Rev. 101 (2018). [link]

When Is an Algorithm Transparent?: Predictive Analytics, Privacy, and Public Policy, with Robert Sloan, IEEE Security & Privacy (May/June 2018). [link]

Relational Privacy: Surveillance, Common Knowledge, and Coordination, with Robert Sloan, 11 The University of St. Thomas J. L. & Pub. Pol’y 1 (2017). [link]

Initial Experiences with a CS + Law Introduction to Computer Science (CS 1), Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, 2017. [link]

The Self, the Stasi, and the NSA: Privacy, Knowledge, Complicity in the Surveillance State, with Robert Sloan, 17 Minn. J.L. Sci. & Tech. 347 (2016). [link]

I’ll See: How Surveillance Undermines Privacy By Eroding Trust, with Robert Sloan, 32 Santa Clara Computer & High Tech. L.J. 221 (2016).  [link]

Comparison Excluding Commitments: Incommensurability, Adjudication, and the Unnoticed Example of Trade Disputes, with Sungjoon Cho, 26 S. Cal. Interdisciplinary L.J. 1 (2016). [link]