Academic Publications

The End User’s Predicament: User Standing in Patent Litigation
96 Boston University Law Review 1929 (2016) PDF

  • Selected for Plenary Presentation at PatCon6

Incentivizing the Ordinary User
Florida Law Review 1275 (2015) PDF

  • Selected for Plenary Presentation at the Intellectual Property Scholars Conference (IPSC)

The Rise of the End User in Patent Litigation and Attorney Fee Shifting
3 (2) NTUT J. of Intell. Prop. L. & Mgmt. 199 (2014) PDF

The Rise of the End User in Patent Litigation
55 Boston College Law Review 1443 (2014) PDF

  • Selected for the ABA-IPL First Intellectual Property Scholarship Symposium at the 29th ABA Annual Intellectual Property Conference.
  • Cited by the Federal Circuit in Akamai Technologies v. Limelight Networks, 2015 U.S. App. Lexis 7856.

Unintended Consequences: Prohibitions on Gamete Donor Anonymity and the Fragile Practice of Surrogacy
10 Indiana Health Law Review 291 (symposium) (2013) PDF

Over-Parenting
44 UC Davis Law Review 4 (2011) (with Zvi Triger) PDF

In the Shadow of Innovation
31 (6) Cardozo Law Review 2257 (2010) (with Empirical Appendix) PDF

  • Selected to the Stanford-Yale Junior Faculty Forum.

Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing: Gatekeeping the Production of Genetic Information
79 (2) University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review 283 (symposium) (2010) PDF

Regulating Reproductive Technologies: Timing, Uncertainty and Donor Anonymity
90 Boston University Law Review 1189 (2010) PDF

Toward a General Theory of Law and Technology: Symposium Introduction
8 Minnesota J. Law, Science and Technology 441 (symposium) (2007) PDF

The Role of Diffusion Characteristics in Formulating a General Theory of Law and Technology
8 Minnesota J. Law, Science and Technology 623 (symposium) (2007) PDF

The Paradoxes of Technological Diffusion: Genetic Discrimination and Internet Privacy
39 Connecticut Law Review 241 (2006) PDF

When New Technologies are Still New: Windows of Opportunity for Privacy Protection
51 Villanova Law Review 921(2006) PDF

Information Technologies and Identity
Computer Law Review International 1 (2005)

Accommodating Technological Innovation: Identity, Genetic Testing and the Internet
57 Vanderbilt L.aw Review. 963 (2004) PDF

The Socio-Legal Acceptance of New Technologies: A Close Look at Artificial Insemination
77 (4) Washington Law Review 1035 (2002) PDF

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