Why the Customer Isnít Always Right: Producer-Based Limits on Rights Accretion in Trademark, 116 YALE L.J. POCKET PART 352 (2007) (PDF version).
Domain and Forum: Public Space, Public Freedom, 30 COLUM. J.L. & ARTS 110 (2007) (Word) (PDF version).
My Fair Ladies: Sex, Gender, and Fair Use in Copyright, 15 AM. U. J. GENDER, SOC. POLíY & L. 273 (2007) (PDF).
Creating in the Shadow of the Law, in INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND INFORMATION WEALTH: ISSUES AND PRACTICES IN THE DIGITAL AGE, vol. 1 (Copyright and Related Rights) (Peter K. Yu, ed., Praeger Perspectives 2007) (link to publisher's site).
My Library: Copyright and the Role of Institutions in a Peer-to-Peer World, 53 UCLA L. REV. 977 (2006) (PDF).
Copy This Essay: How Fair Use Doctrine Harms Free Speech and How Copying Serves It, 114 YALE L.J. 535 (2004) (PDF).
Even More Parodic Than The Real Thing: Parody Lawsuits Revisited, with Bruce Keller, 94 TRADEMARK REPORTER 979 (2004) (PDF).
Copyright as a Model for Free Speech Law: What Copyright Has in Common with Campaign Finance Reform, Hate Speech and Pornography Regulation, and Telecommunications Regulation, 42 B.C. L. REV. 1 (2001) (html).
Note, Rules of Engagement, 107 YALE L.J. 2583 (1998) (PDF). Winner of the 1997-98 Israel H. Peres Prize for best student Note in the Yale Law Journal.
Legal Fictions: Copyright, Fan Fiction, and a New Common Law, 17 LOY. L.A. ENT. L.J. 651 (1997) (PDF). Winner of the 1997 Nathan Burkan Prize for best paper in the field of copyright.
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