IP Faculty Scholarship

Lori B. Andrews

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

Scholarship
  • The Technology Enterprise, UC Irvine Law Review (forthcoming 2019).
  • Derechos Fundamentales, Privacidad y Aplicaciones Móviles Médicas, 6 En Letra Civil y Comercial 2 (2019).
  • A New Privacy Paradigm in the Age of Apps53 Wake Forest Law Review 421 (2018).
Talks
  • “You Are What You Post: Privacy Rights in a Digital World,” University of Michigan Law School, Feb. 26, 2019.
  • “Ethics and the Double Helix,” IIT, Apr. 2019.
  • “Feminism Through Fiction: Literature as Self Care,” Panelist, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, Chicago, IL, Feb. 28, 2019.
  • “Mobile Apps and Personal Health Data: Privacy Risks and Current Regulatory Environment,” University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, Feb. 25, 2019.
  • “The Need for Regulation: Privacy Law, the FDA, and Beyond,” Panelist, The Law & Policy of AI, Robotics and Telemedicine in Health Care, Yale Law School, New Haven, CT, Nov. 2, 2018.
  • “Innovation, Technology and Emerging Ethical Challenges: Biospecimens, Data from Apps, and Virtual Clinical Trials,” 37th annual Philippa Harris Lecture, University Health Network’s Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Toronto, Canada, Oct. 17, 2018.
  • “Bioethics in the Age of Apps,” presentation to the Joint Centre for Bioethics, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, Oct. 17, 2018.
     

Graeme B. Dinwoodie

Professor Graeme DinwoodieGlobal Professor of Intellectual Property Law and Co-Director of the Program in Intellectual Property Law

Scholarship
  • Pluralism and Universalism in International Copyright Law: The Role of an International Acquis, in Universalism or Pluralism in International Copyright Law (Synodinou ed., Kluwer Law International, forthcoming 2019).
  • Overlap & Redundancy In The IP System: Trademark Always Loses? in Interconnected Intellectual Property: Essays in Honour of Sam Ricketson (Richardson et al eds., Cambridge Univ. Press, forthcoming 2019).
  • Brexit and IP: The Great Unraveling? 39 Cardozo Law Revew 967 (2018) (with Dreyfuss).
  • Design Protection for Products That Are “Dictated by Function,” in The EU Design Approach—A Global Appraisal (Kur, M. Levin and J. Schovsbo eds. 2018) (with Schovsbo).
  • Framing The International Intellectual Property System, in Framing Intellectual Property Law in the 21st Century: Integrating Incentives, Trade, Development, Culture and Human Rights (Dreyfuss and Ng eds., Cambridge Univ. Press 2018) (with Kur).
  • Trademarks and Unfair Competition: Law and Policy (with Janis) (Aspen Law Publishing) (5th ed. 2018).
  • Trademarks and Unfair Competition: Law and Policy: 2019 Update (with Janis).
Talks
  • “Non-Traditional Marks in Europe: Conceptual Lessons from Their Apparent Demise?” Colloquium on Innovation Law, New York University School of Law, Feb. 20, 2019.
  • “Territoriality in U.S. Trademark Law: Lessons for Europe?” Trade Mark Law Institute Conference, Groningen University Faculty of Law, Netherlands, Mar. 2019.
  • “Geoblocking and U.S. Copyright Law,” Conference on Intellectual Property in a Globalized Economy: United States Extraterritoriality in International Business, Boston University School of Law, Feb. 2019.
  • “Article 13 of the Proposed EU Directive on Copyright in The Digital Single Market,” Conference on Comparative Internet Regulation, Loyola Law School, Chicago, Feb. 2019.
  • “Rogers and the Structure of Trademark Defenses (or Artistic Expression: Does the Ninth Circuit Give a S**t?” Conference on Trademark Exceptions and Limitations, Hong Kong University, Jan. 2019.
  • “Methodology in Teaching,” 37th annual Meeting of the International Association of Researchers and Teachers in Intellectual Property Law (ATRIP), Helsinki Finland, Aug. 2018.
  • “Injunctive Relief in Patent Law under TRIPS,” Workshop on Patent Injunctions, University of Tilburg, Netherlands, June 2018.
  • “Pluralism and Universalism in International Copyright Law: The Role of an International Acquis,” Conference on Pluralism or Universalism in International Copyright Law, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus, May 2018..
  • “The Treatment of Online Platforms,” European Copyright Society Conference on EU copyright, Quo Vadis? Brussels, May 2018.
  • “Non-Traditional Marks in Europe: Conceptual Lessons From Their Apparent Demise?” Speaker Series, Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law, University of Cambridge, May 2018.
  • “The Design of the European Union IP Office,” Symposium on The Administrative Law of Intellectual Property, UC Berkeley School of Law, Berkeley, Apr. 2018.
  • Winter 2018 Shidler Lecture: Trademarks and Commercial Reality: Reviving A Real Law of Unfair Competition?” University of Washington School of Law, Seattle, Mar. 2018.
  • “The Oxford IP Diploma,” Conference on Global Legal Education, University of Washington School of Law, Seattle, Mar. 2018.
  • “The IP Provisions in the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement,” Conference on Innovating at the International Level, McGill University Faculty of Law, Montreal, Canada, Feb. 2018.
  • “Lessons for Brexit From The CETA Ratification Process,” Conference on Innovating at the International Level, McGill University Faculty of Law, Montreal, Canada, Feb. 2018.
  • “The Future of Design Copyright After Star Athletica?” Launch of Center for Design, Law and Technology, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Feb. 2018.
  • “Brexit and IP: The Great Unraveling?” annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools, San Diego, Jan. 2018.
     

Edward Lee

Professor Edward LeeProfessor of Law and Co-Director of the Program in Intellectual Property Law

Scholarship
  • Can Copyright Law Protect People from Sexual Harassment? Emory Law Journal (forthcoming 2019).
Talks
  • “Can Copyright Law Protect People from Sexual Harassment?,” ATRIP conference, Faculty of Law University of Helsinki, Aug. 6, 2018.
  • “Fair Use Avoidance in Music Cases: Figuring Out Music's Blurred Lines,” IPLS Student Meeting, August 29, 2018.
  • Presented the results of a faculty scholarship survey he created and led discussion on scholarship, Faculty Workshop, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Oct. 2, 2018.
  • Panelist on panel on Music Copyright Developments, John Marshall IP Conference, Nov. 2, 2018.
  • Guest lectured on International Protection of Design, Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, Nov. 13, 2018.
  • “Can Copyright Law Protect People from Sexual Harassment?” Faculty Workshop, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Mar. 26, 2019.
  • “Can Copyright Law Protect People from Sexual Harassment?” IPLS and Women’s Law Society student meeting, Apr. 3, 2019.
     

 

Henry H. Perritt, Jr.

Professor Henry H. Perritt, Jr.Professor of Law and Director of the Graduate Program in Financial Services Law

Scholarship
  • 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]

 

Associate Professor Mickie PiattMickie A. Piatt

Associate Professor of Law, Co-Director of the Program in Intellectual Property Law, and Co-Director of the IP Management and Markets Programs

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





 

Greg Reilly

Assistant Professor Greg ReillyAssistant Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Program in Intellectual Property Law

Scholarship
  • Amending Patent Claims, 32 Harvard Journal Law & Technology 1 (2018).
  • Our 19th Century Patent System, 7 IP Theory Issue 2 Article 3 (2018) (solicited contribution).
Talks
  • “Amending Patent Claims,” Patent Conference (PatCon8), University of San Diego School of Law, Mar. 2018.
  • “Amending Patent Claims,” Junior Scholars in Intellectual Property Workshop at Michigan State College of Law, May 2018.
  • “Patent Non-Essentialism (and Prior Titles),” Intellectual Property Scholars Conference, UC Berkeley School of Law, Aug. 2018.
  • Panelist for Oil States Energy Services v. Greene’s Energy Group, Supreme Court Intellectual Property Review, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Sept. 2018.
  • Panelist for Emerging Trends in Patent Quality, Hearings on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century: Innovation and Intellectual Property Policy, Federal Trade Commission, Washington, DC, Oct. 24, 2018.
  • “Amending Patent Claims, Harvard Journal of Law & Technology Author Coffee Series, Harvard Law School, Nov. 2018.
  • Panelist for The Past, Present, and Future of the PTAB: The Way Forward, Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago (IPLAC), Nov. 2018.
  • Participant, John Marshall Law School Annual IP Roundtable: Patent Eligible Subject Matter, Nov. 2018.
     

Richard Warner

Professor Richard WarnerProfessor of Law 

Scholarship
  • The Privacy Fix: How To Preserve Privacy in the Onslaught of Surveillance (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2020) (with Sloan).
  • Why Don't We Defend Better? Data Breaches, Risk Management, and Public Policy (Taylor Francis/CRC Press Focus, forthcoming 2019) (with Sloan).
  • The Ethics of the Algorithm: Autonomous Systems and the Wrapper of Human Control, 48 Cumberland Law Review 101 (2018) (with Sloan).
  • When Is an Algorithm Transparent?: Predictive Analytics, Privacy, and Public Policy, IEEE Security & Privacy, May/June 2018 (with Sloan)
  • .How Much Should We Spend to Protect Privacy?: The Need for Information We Do Not Have, 15 Journal of Law, Economics, and Policy 119 (2019) (with Sloan).
  • Algorithms and Human Freedom, 35 Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal 1 (2019) (with Sloan).
  • Meaning, Reasoning, and Common Knowledge, in Alessandro Capone (ed.), Pragmatics and Philosophy, Volume 2, (Mouton De Gruyter, forthcoming 2019).
Talks
  • “Avoiding Alien Intelligence: A Plea for Caution in the Use of Predictive Systems,” Law and Ethics of Big Data, Babson College, Apr. 2728, 2018.
  • Coding for Lawyers Summit, Suffolk University Law School, Boston, Apr. 5, 2108 (a roundtable discussion, no presentations).
  • “Avoiding Alien Intelligence: A Plea for Caution in the Use of Predictive Systems,” Law and Ethics of Big Data, Babson College, Apr. 2728, 2018.
  • Commentator on Managing Electoral Cyber Risk, Privacy Law Scholars Conference, Washington DC, May 3031, 2018.
  • “Data Breaches,” Keynote address, IP Summer Workshop, University of Gdansk, June 2730, 2018.
  • “What Is the Blockchain Good For?” IP Summer Workshop, University of Gdansk, June 2730, 2018.
  • “Artificial Intelligence,” First Monday Group, Chicago, January 7, 2019.
  • “Pragmatics: Reasoning, Explaining, and Valuing,” presented at the Second International Conference on Pragmatics and Philosophy, Lisbon, Portugal, 1821 September 2018.
  • “Avoiding Alien Intelligence: A Plea for Caution in the Use of Predictive Systems,” Amsterdam Privacy Conference 2018, Oct. 45, 2018.
  • Cybersecurity Panel Discussion, Pan Asian American Business Council, IIT, Feb. 26, 2019.
  • “Building Businesses as an Academic,” Columbia College, Chicago, Apr. 10, 2019.
  • “Financial Markets Regulation and Anti-Money Laundering Measures,” with Felice Batlan, seminar discussion with eight experts visiting from Qatar, Apr. 16, 2019.
  • “Algorithms and Human Freedom,” Privacy Law Scholars Conference, Berkeley, California, May 3031, 2019.

 

Runhua Wang

Runhua Wang, Empirical IP FellowEmpirical IP Fellow

Scholarship
  • Influence of the Development of U.S. FDA Laws on American Biomedical Innovation, 9 Chinese Journal of Medical Management Sciences 50 (2019).
Talks
  • “The Distribution of the Value of Japanese Patents in the World,” Institute of Intellectual Property, Tokyo, Japan, July 4, 2018.
  • “An Empirical Study of Intellectual Property Guiding Cases in China,” Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property Thomas Edison Meeting, Antonin Scalia Law School, Arlington, Virginia, Sept. 6–7, 2018.
  • Guest lectured on The TRIPS Agreement, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Chicago, Nov. 21, 2018.
  • “How Do Pro-Patent Policies in China Drive Patenting by SMEs?” IP Faculty Workshop, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Chicago, Nov. 16, 2018.
  • “Do Tax Policies Drive SMEs' R&D in China?” 13th annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies, University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Nov. 9–10, 2018.
  • “The Chinese Path of the Law with Quasi-Precedents,” Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property Thomas Edison Meeting, Orlando, Florida, Jan. 17–18, 2019.
  • Guest lectured on Law and Judicial System in China: A Comparative View, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Chicago, Apr. 1, 2018.
  • “The Chinese Path of the Law with Quasi-Precedents,” ASIL Junior Senior Workshop, Washington and Lee School of Law, Lexington, Virginia, May 13, 2019.
  • Discussant for Prioritized Examination and its Impact on Commercialization of Patents, the Annual Conference on Innovation Economics, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, Chicago, June 1920, 2019.