PIJIP Faculty Publications

Jonas Anderson | Michael Carroll | Jorge Contreras | Christine Haight Farley | Sean Flynn | Peter JasziVictoria Phillips


Jonas Anderson

"Secret Inventions," Berkeley Technoloy Law Journal, 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

Michael Carroll

"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," in 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." North Carolina Law Review 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."  Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review. 13 (2007): 421. LINK

"The Movement for Open Access Law - Symposium." Lewis & Clark Law Review. 10.4 (2006): 741-760. LINK

"One for All: The Problem of Uniformity Cost in Intellectual Property Law." American University Law Review 55 (2006). LINK

"Creative Commons and the New Intermediaries." Michigan State Law Review 45 (2006): 45-65. LINK

"The Struggle for Music Copyright." Florida Law Review 57 (2005): 907-961. LINK 

"Whose Music is it Anyway? How we Came to View Musical Expression as a Form of Property." University of Cincinnati Law Review 72 (2004): 1405-1496. LINK

"Disruptive Technology and Common Law Lawmaking: A Brief Analysis of A&M Records, Inc. V. Napster, Inc.Villanova Sports and Entertainment Law Journal. 9.5 (2002). LINK 

Jorge Contreras

"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 International Review, 8(1), 43-69 (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 Unenforcability 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," National Institute of Standards and Technology (2011). LINK 

"Catalyzing Technology Development Through University Research," Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Climate Change. Ed. Joshua Sarnoff (2011). LINK

"Wait for it...Commons Copyright and the Private (Re)Ordering of Scientific Publishing," (2012). 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

Christine Haight Farley

"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." John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law 25.4 (2009): 626-623. LINK

"Clinical Legal Education and the Public Interest in Intellectual Property Law" St. Louis University Law Journal 52 (2008): 735-748. (with Peter Jaszi, Victoria Phillips, and Joshua Sarnoff) LINK

"The Feminine Mystique of the Brand in Trademark Law Today." American University Working Paper. (2008). LINK 

"Trademark Dilution Law: A Remedy in Search of a Harm."  Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal. 16 (2006): 101-113. LINK

"Protecting Folklore: Is Intellectual Property the Answer?"  Connecticut Law Review. 30 (1997): 1-57. LINK

"Judging Art." Tulane Law Review. 79 (2005): 805-858. LINK

"The Lingering Effects of Copyright's Response to the Invention of Photography." University of Pettsburgh Law Review. 65 (2004): 385-456. LINK 

"Conflicts Between U.S. Law and International Treaties Concerning Geogrphical Indications." Wittier Law Review. 22.73 (2000): 73-78. LINK

"Confronting Expectations: Women in the Legal Academy." Yale Journal of Law & Feminism. 8 (1996): 338-358. LINK

Sean Fiil-Flynn

"ACTA's Constitutional Problems: The Treaty is Not a Treaty," 26 American University International Law Review 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 University of Law 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" Journal of Law, Medicine & 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

Relcaiming 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 Filmakers," 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 University Law Journal 52 (2008): 735-748. With Christine Farley, Victoria Phillips, Joshua Sarnoff. LINK

Victoria Phillips

"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" St. Louis University Law Journal 52 (2008): 735-748. With Peter Jaszi, Christine Farley, and Joshua Sarnoff. LINK

"Commodification, Intellectual Property and the Quilter's of Gee's Bend." American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law. 15 (2007): 357-377. LINK

"Summing Up the Public Interest: A Review of 'Media Diversity and Localism: Meaning and Metrics', Edited by Philip M. Napoli." Federal Communications Law Journal. 60 (2007): 157-166. LINK

"On Media Consolidation, The Public Interest, and Angels Earning Wings." American Law Review. 53 (2004); 613-633. LINK

"Gender and Invention: Mapping the Connections," in American University Journal of Gender and Social Policy (2011).