|Present||Assistant Professor, Georgia State University ‐ College of Business|
|Present||Assistant Professor, Secondary Appointment, Georgia State University College of Law|
Trade Secret Precautions, Possession, and Notice Hastings Law Journal (2017)
To obtain trade secret protection, a firm must take reasonable secrecy precautions (“RSP”) to guard the confidentiality of claimed information. The RSP requirement has long puzzled courts and scholars. In other areas of property and ...
Of Fences and Definite Patent Boundaries Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law (2016)
Patent claims are supposed to mark the boundaries of a patent clearly so that competitors and follow-on innovators can avoid infringement. But commentators routinely lament the failure of patent claims to adequately perform this notice ...
Improvement Doctrines George Mason University Law Review (2014)
When one party makes significant but unauthorized improvements to another's land, chattels or informational assets, should the "improving" nature of the act alter the liability or remedy calculus? Traditional property law has long had to ...
A Trade Secret Approach to Protecting Traditional Knowledge Faculty Publications (2011)
This Article argues that the doctrinal and normative divide between traditional knowledge protection and intellectual property law has been overemphasized, and that trade secret law can help narrow it. First, in terms of doctrinal fit, ...
Billboards and Big Utilities: Borrowing Land-Use Concepts to Regulate "Nonconforming" Sources Under the Clean Air Act Faculty Publications (2003)
Part II of this Note provides an overview of how the regulatory framework has developed with regard to federal control technology requirements governing major stationary sources. It focuses on the statutory language of the 1970 ...
Tortious Interference and the Law of Contract: The Case for Specific Performance Revisited Faculty Publications (2001)
What is the role of contract law in remedying breach? The question of the appropriate legal remedy, specific performance versus money damages, has provided adequate fodder for three decades of debate in the law and ...