Dan Hunter, The Oxford Introduction to U.S. Law, Intellectual Property, First Edition (Oxford University Press) (Dec. 2011), available here.
Richard Sherwin, Visualizing Law in the Age of the Digital Baroque: Arabesques and Entanglements (Routledge) (June 21, 2011).
Rudolph J. R. Peritz, Patents and Progress. The Economics of Patent Monopoly and Free Access: Where Do We Go From Here?, paper presented at The International Association for Advancement of Teaching and Scholarship in Intellectual Property ATRIP/WIPO 2008 Annual Conference, Munich, Germany, (July 21, 2008), available here.
White Paper Series
- 10/11 #1 Facilitating Collaboration on Geospatial Data Using Social and Legal Norms
- Janelle C. Bonanno ’09, Christopher Cotter ’10, Rachel DeLetto ’09, Cynthia Grady ’11
- 9/10 #1 Trademark Can’t Be Used to “Close” Open Source
- Brian Pyne, ’09, Former Student Research Fellow, Institute for Information Law & Policy; Associate, Business and Legal Affairs, Take Two Interactive, Inc.
- 08/09 # 1 Copyright, Technology, and Access to the Law: An Opinionated Primer
- James Grimmelmann, Associate Professor, New York Law School
- 08/09 # 2 Intellectual Property Rights and the Right to Participate in Cultural Life
- Molly Beutz Land, Associate Professor, New York Law School
Institute Capstone Projects
- Networked Governance view as PDF here.
- Written by Alissa Kelman, Jordan Mamorsky, Ryan Steinman, Paul Volodarsky
- Agency rulemaking and its electronic portal, regulations.gov, have been recognized as an area in which reform could be particularly beneficial. The same type of technology that is used by popular social networking sites, such as Facebook, MixedInk, Digg, and LinkedIn, can be used by the public to develop ideas and harness distributed knowledge by encouraging users to collaborate on comments to be submitted to agencies. This proposal identifies a specific design solution for e-rulemaking, my.regualtions.gov, which uses these colloborative and interactive networking technologies to improve upon the current e-rulemaking platform.
Center for Patent Innovations
- Christopher Wong, Community Service: Adapting Peer Review to the Patenting Process, 4 ISJLP 31 (2008).
- Christopher Wong & Jason Kreps, Collaborative Approach: Peer-to-Patent and the Open Source Movement, 1 IFOSS L. Rev. 15 (2009).
- Peer To Patent 1st Annual Report
- Prepared by: Naomi Allen, Joanne Ingham, Bridgette Johnson, Joseph Merante, Beth Simone Noveck, William Stock, Yeen Tham, Mark Webbink & Christopher Wong
- Peer To Patent 2nd Annual Report
- Prepared by: Naomi Allen, Andrea Casillas, Jason Deveau-Rosen, Jason Kreps, Thomas Lemmo, Joseph Merante, Michael Murphy, Kaydi Osowski, Mark Webbink & Christopher Wong