|Present||Professor of Law, Georgia State University College of Law ‐ Center for Intellectual Property|
|B.A., The Pennsylvania State University|
|J.D., University of Pennsylvania Law School|
Are the Courts Singing a Different Tune When it Comes to Music?: What Ever Happened to Fair Use in Music Sampling Cases? 5 IP Theory 1 (2015)
As "fair use" has become more common as a defense to copyright infringement, often successfully, it has not gained any ground in cases involving music sampling. In the years since Campbell v. Acuff-Rose Music, Inc., ...
What if the Anti-Bootlegging Statutes are Upheld Under the Commerce Clause? Michigan State Law Review (2008)
The United States has altered its copyright laws to be more in conformity with the European Union and the WIPO. In doing so, the laws of the United States have brushed against the Constitution. Most ...
Two Pesos v. Taco Cabana: Still More Interesting for What It Did Not Decide Trademark Rep (2004)
This article will examine whether and, if so, how the Two Pesos decision affected the progress and predictability of trade dress law in the years that followed. While the decision brought many important issues to ...