|Present||Professor, UIC School of Law|
UIC John Marshall Law School
The University of Illinois at Chicago
300 S. State Street, MC 300
Chicago, Illinois 60604
When a Rose isn’t “Arose” isn’t Arroz: A Guide to Footnoting for Informational Clarity and Scholarly Discourse International Journal of Legal Information (2006)
The essence of footnoting is communication with the reader, but footnote communication that is literally subordinate to the primary text. What a footnote communicates therefore depends upon and extends what the primary text communicates, from ...
Copyright & Privacy - Through the Wide-Angle Lens, 4 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 285 (2005) UIC Review of Intellectual Property Law (2005)
Some have proposed “alternative compensation schemes” as a means of compensating copyright owners and creators for P2P activity while avoiding litigation. Some have proposed a streamlined dispute resolution system that would allow for enforcement in ...
On the Centrality of Information Law: A Rational Choice Discussion of Information Law and Transparency, 17 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 1069 (1999) UIC John Marshall Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law (1999)
The purpose of this Article is to establish the importance of information law and to encourage its further study. By applying information technology theory, economic theory and, and political theory insights, the Article examines the ...
Contributions to Books (1)
Guest Lecturer (with Prof. Mark Wojcik) on International Law Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois (2017)
Their presentation was made to an international law class taught by Adjunct Professor Matthew Toles, a JMLS alumnus and former student of both professors. Twenty students attended the program, including students who were interested in ...