|Present||Associate Professor of Law, Campbell University School of Law|
|Present||Founder & Director of Campbell’s Intellectual Property Law program, Campbell University School of Law|
- Patent Law
- Intellectual Property Law
- International Intellectual Property
The Limits of Creativity in Copyright: Digital Manufacturing Files and Lockout Codes Texas A&M Journal of Property Law (2017)
As the distinction between the digital and physical worlds continues to diminish, the necessity to reevaluate the bargain struck by the copyright regime increases in importance. Digitization brings increasingly more aspects of our world into ...
A Case for Weakening Patent Rights St. John's Law Review (2015)
This Article contributes to the patent debate by observing that new and emerging technologies are radically altering the relative costs and benefits of the patent system. Although analysts cannot measure the patent system's numerous absolute ...
Regulating Three-Dimensional Printing: The Converging Worlds of Bits and Atoms San Diego Law Review (2014)
Three-dimensional printing is invading society, bringing with it the ability to “print” objects (atoms) from computer files (bits). Posting a computer CAD file of an object (an illegal gun or an infringing shoe) to the ...