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Texas A&M University Center for Law and Intellectual Property

Fall 2016


Faculty and Student Highlights
Professor Megan Carpenter

Megan Carpenter Receives University-wide Distinguished Achievement Award

Professor Carpenter has been awarded Texas A&M University’s 2016 Distinguished Achievement Award. Since 1955 the award has been one of the university’s highest professional honors. Professor Carpenter is one of 24 recipients university-wide, and the only law professor to receive this award. The award recognizes faculty, administration and staff for stellar performances in teaching, research, mentoring, administration and service. Associate Dean Maxine Harrington said that Carpenter’s dedication and tireless efforts on behalf of law students and students in the larger university community demonstrate her strong commitment to student learning and professional development.

Professor Irene Calboli

Irene Calboli Serves as Expert for EUIPO and WIPO

In Fall 2015, Professor Calboli served as an expert for the EU-ASEAN Project on the Protection of Intellectual Property Rights (ECAP III), a project led by the EU Intellectual Property Office. She led a series of seminars on the “Control of Geographical Indications of Origin” in Cambodia, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam. She also delivered the opening address at the International Trademark Association’s Geographical Names Conference in Rome, Italy, with Professor Anselm Kamperman Sanders (Maastricht). In August 2016, Calboli served as a WIPO expert in the Advanced Course on Intellectual Property organized by the Indonesian Intellectual Property Academy.

 

Professor Glynn Lunney

Glynn Lunney Wins Trademark Debate at INTA Annual Meeting

In May, Professor Lunney participated in the annual “Professor vs. Practitioner Debate” at the International Trademark Association’s 138th Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida. He argued in favor of the proposition “Resolved: Tarnishment Law is Just a Tool to Suppress Free Speech.” At the end of the debate, a vote was taken, and the moderator declared him the winner of the debate over his opponent, Antoine Gautier-Sauvagnac, a partner at a Paris law firm.

Professor Saurabh Vishnubhakat

Saurabh Vishnubhakat Speaks on IP and economic policy in China

In July, Professor Vishnubhakat delivered the opening talk at a two-day conference on intersections of IP and economic policy at Renmin University in Beijing, China. His visit was sponsored by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the U.S. Commercial Service and the U.S. Embassy in China. Vishnubhakat’s visit also featured advisory meetings with senior officials from the regional IP offices in Guangzhou and Nanjing as well as judges from the High Court of the Guangdong Province.

IP Clinic Students

IP Clinic Students Go to Washington

On April 6, students from the Intellectual Property & Technology Law Clinic visited the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for “A Day at the USPTO.” Led by Professor Megan Carpenter, students spent the day at the Alexandria headquarters listening to presentations about the workings of the USPTO. They also attended a hearing before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. The Intellectual Property & Technology Law Clinic consists of both a patent clinic and a trademark clinic. Texas A&M is among the limited number of law schools that have USPTO-certified clinics in both areas.

Professor Peter Yu

Peter Yu’s Amendments to Hong Kong Copyright Bill Considered by Legislature

This spring, the Hong Kong Legislative Council considered the proposed amendments to the copyright reform bill that Professor Yu helped develop. Yu served as a pro bono advisor to some Hong Kong legislators and local Internet user groups. In March, he delivered the Second Annual Information Law Seminar at Sussex Law School, entitled “Towards the Seamless Global Distribution of Cloud Content.” He also shared his perspective on moral rights at the “Authors, Attribution, and Integrity: Examining Moral Rights in the United States” Symposium at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.

Professor Brian Holland

Brian Holland Launches Program in International Security and Technology

This fall, Professor Holland was named co-director of a new program on international security and technology at the School of Law. In the spring, he presented his forthcoming article, “We Are All Cyborgs Now: A Cognitive Theory of the Third-Party Doctrine,” at the 6th Internet Law Work-in-Progress Symposium at New York Law School and at a faculty seminar at the University of Oklahoma School of Law. He was also elected to the executive committee of the AALS Section on Defamation and Privacy.

Professor Srividhya Ragavan

Srividhya Ragavan Builds Law School’s Ties in India

This summer, Professor Ragavan spoke at Consilience 2016: A Conference on Open Access and IP, organized by the National Law School of India University, Bangalore. She also discussed issues relating to new technological developments and trends in patent law at Cochin University of Science and Technology. Working closely with IDIA (Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access to Legal Education), she facilitates five students from India to participate as virtual guests in her fall seminar on biotechnology and pharmaceuticals. IDIA is a pan-India movement that aims to transform students from underprivileged communities into leading lawyers.

 

law students attend USPTO-Certified Clinics in Washington

2L Receives State Bar of Texas IP Scholarship

In June, Texas A&M Law student Hector Leal-Brol (‘16) received one of the two Women and Minority Scholarships from the Intellectual Property Law Section of the State Bar of Texas. The scholarship was given at the Section Awards Luncheon during the State Bar’s annual meeting. According to the State Bar, this scholarship was awarded “to facilitate and encourage women and minorities to enter the practice of intellectual property law in Texas.”

TAMU Students in Italy

TAMU Students Visit Italy for Summer Field Trip

In July, a group of Texas A&M Law students visited Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy to study art and cultural heritage law. Led by Professors Megan Carpenter and Irene Calboli, this group visited sites that enhanced their classroom experience and engaged in an on-site project relevant to their research. Students, who stayed at the Texas A&M University Santa Chiara Study Center, also toured historic and cultural treasures, wineries and world-class museums. Their experience was captured on their daily blog.


Program Highlights

Texas A&M Launches New LL.M./M.Jur. Program

This summer, the School of Law has just launched a new IP graduate program, which will feature two new law degrees. The Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Intellectual Property degree is designed for students who already hold a J.D. degree or a first law degree from a non-U.S. law school. The Master of Jurisprudence (M.Jur.) in Intellectual Property degree – the first of its kind in Texas – targets those who do not plan to practice IP law, but whose careers can benefit from IP education. Both programs will formally begin in Fall 2017.


Texas A&M Law to Develop IP Courses for Engineering Students

The School of Law is currently working closely with the College of Engineering to develop law-related coursework for engineering students. Led by Professor Glynn Lunney, who holds a joint appointment at the College of Engineering, this effort seeks to develop courses at the intersection of law and technology that will allow engineering students to graduate with a minor in law. The two institutions are also exploring the development of an integrated law and engineering program that will allow students to complete B.S. and J.D. degrees in six years.

Event Highlights

Looted Art Symposium Examines Cutting Edge of Law and Art

On September 9, a CLIP symposium brought together legal practitioners, museum professionals, auction house representatives, local artists and academic scholars to explore issues surrounding the repatriation of looted art, in particular art taken by the Nazis before and during World War II. In addition to Professors Megan Carpenter and Peter Yu, speakers included Donald Burris (attorney for Marie Altmann in the “Woman in Gold” case); Monica Dugot (Christie’s), Simon Frankel (Covington & Burling), Deborah Gerhardt (North Carolina), Jennifer Kreder (Northern Kentucky), Shelley Matthews (Texas Christian) and Marilyn Phelan (Texas Tech).
 

Annual Roundtable Welcomes IP Scholars Back to Campus

On October 7-8, CLIP will bring to the campus IP and technology law scholars to discuss their latest research. The Intellectual Property Scholars Roundtable meets every year during the second weekend of October. This interdisciplinary event will feature scholarly presentations, extended Q&A sessions and commentary offered by veteran commentators. More information is available online.
 

Former Register of Copyrights to Return to Texas A&M

This fall, Ralph Oman, the former U.S. Register of Copyrights, will return to the School of Law to deliver a distinguished lecture on the role and evolution of the U.S. Copyright Office. He will meet with students interested in copyright law, sharing with them experiences during his tenure as the Register of Copyrights. Oman visited the School of Law last October and delivered a talk on “The US Copyright Office: Transitioning to the Digital Age, Finally.”
 

Journal of Property Law to Hold 3D Printing Symposium

On November 10, the Texas A&M Journal of Property Law will hold a symposium entitled “Printing the Future: The Implications of 3D Printing.” Aiming to explore the scientific, economic and regulatory frontiers of 3D printing, this symposium is held in partnership with CLIP and the law firm of Hunton & Williams. The event will feature some of the nation’s leading scholars and practitioners on additive manufacturing technology.
 

Texas A&M to Celebrate 15th Anniversary of Chinese Internet Research Conference

On June 5-6, 2017, the School of Law will hold the 15th Annual Chinese Internet Research Conference, co-organizing it with the university’s Confucius Institute and Communication Department. Co-founded in 2003 by Professor Peter Yu at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, this annual conference features multidisciplinary presentations from communications scholars, policy analysts, industry leaders, journalists and legal practitioners from around the world. The event was previously held on the main campus of Texas A&M University in May 2007.

World-Renowned Scholars Gather to Examine IP Developments in New Places

On April 15-16, more than 40 IP scholars visited the School of Law to participate in the “Intellectual Property in All the New Places” Symposium. Presented topics ranged from 3D printing to artificial intelligence and from craft beer innovation to post-human inventions. David Kappos, the former director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, served as the symposium’s keynote speaker. Other participants included leading IP scholars from Harvard, Oxford, NYU, Pennsylvania, Virginia, UCLA and Illinois as well as participants from Canada, China, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
 

CLIP Co-sponsors Innovation and Communications Law Conference in Finland

On May 25-26, CLIP co-sponsored the 8th Annual Conference on Innovation and Communications Law at the University of Eastern Finland Law School in Joensuu, Finland. Titled “Fading, Emerging and Flipped Markets: Owning, Licensing or Sharing Technologies?”, this conference brought together IP and communications law scholars from both sides of the Atlantic. Among the conference participants were Professors Glynn Lunney, Saurabh Vishnubhakat and Peter Yu (who co-founded the conference in 2008).
 

Librarians of the Caribbean Visit TAMU Law

On June 18, a group of librarians and archivists from the Caribbean region (Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, St. Kitts and St. Vincent and the Grenadines) visited the School of Law. This visit was part of a professional exchange program entitled “Librarians and Archivists as Defenders of Intellectual Property Rights”, which was organized under the auspices of the U.S. Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program. Professor Peter Yu delivered a presentation on the basic principles of copyright law and emerging issues in the field. Dean Charlotte Ku and Professor Karin Strohbeck also met with the participants.

 

Faculty Publications
(2015-Present)

Irene Calboli (ed.), Geographical Indications at the Crossroads of Trade, Development and Culture: Focus on Asia-Pacific (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2017) (with Ng-Loy Wee Loon)

Irene Calboli, Geographical Indications Between Trade, Development, Culture, and Marketing: Framing a Fair(er) System of Protection in the Global Economy?, in Geographical Indications at the Crossroads of Trade, Development and Culture: Focus on Asia-Pacific (Irene Calboli & Ng-Loy Wee Loon eds., Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2017)

Irene Calboli, Value, Questions, and Methods in Intellectual Property: A Call for Strengthening the Role of Comparative Legal Analysis in the United States, 90 St. John’s L. Rev. (forthcoming 2016)

Irene Calboli, Geographical Indications in the Global Arena: Observations and Recent Developments, in Indications Géographiques: Perspectives Globales et Locales / Geographic Indications: Global and Local Perspectives (Jacques de Werra ed., Schulthess, forthcoming 2016)

Irene Calboli (ed.), Research Handbook on Intellectual Property Exhaustion and Parallel Imports (Edward Elgar Publishing 2016) (with Edward Lee)

Irene Calboli (ed.), The Law and Practice of Trademark Transactions: A Global and Local Outlook (Edward Elgar Publishing 2016) (with Jacques de Werra)

Irene Calboli, Terroir and Public Health: Can Geographical Indications of Origin Promote “Healthy” Products?, in The New Intellectual Property of Health-Related Goods 283 (Enrico Bonadio & Alberto Alemanno eds., Edward Elgar Publishing 2016)

Irene Calboli, Contributory Trademark Infringement on the Internet: Do We Finally Know What Intermediaries Need to Know?, in Research Handbook on Electronic Commerce Law 211 (John A. Rothchild ed., Edward Elgar Publishing 2016)

Irene Calboli, Reconciling Tradition and Innovation: Geographical Indications of Origin as Incentives for Local Development and Expressions of a Good Quality Life, in The Internet and the Emerging Importance of New Forms of Intellectual Property 141 (Susy Frankel & Daniel Gervais eds., Kluwer Law International 2016)

Irene Calboli, The Trademark Provisions in the TRIPS Agreement, in Intellectual Property and International Trade: The TRIPS Agreement 157 (Carlos M. Correa & Yusuf A. Abdulqawi eds., 3d ed., Kluwer Law International 2016) (with Christine Haight Farley)

Irene Calboli, Trademark Exhaustion and Free Movement of Goods: A Comparative Analysis of the EU/EEA, NAFTA and ASEAN, in Research Handbook on Intellectual Property Exhaustion and Parallel Imports 367 (Irene Calboli & Edward Lee eds., Edward Elgar Publishing 2016)

Irene Calboli, Trademark Transactions in the United States: Towards a De Facto Acceptance of Trading in Gross?, in The Law and Practice of Trademark Transactions: A Global and Local Outlook 439 (Irene Calboli & Jacques de Werra eds., Edward Elgar Publishing 2016)

Irene Calboli (ed.), Diversity in Intellectual Property: Identities, Interests, and Intersections (Cambridge University Press 2015) (with Srividhya Ragavan)

Irene Calboli, Time to Say Local Cheese and Smile at Geographical Indications of Origin? International Trade and Local Development in the United States, 53 Hous. L. Rev. 373 (2015)

Irene Calboli, Introduction: Recognizing Diversity in Intellectual Property, in Diversity in Intellectual Property: Identities, Interests, and Intersections 1 (Irene Calboli & Srividhya Ragavan eds., Cambridge University Press 2015) (with Srividhya Ragavan)

Irene Calboli, Geographical Indications of Origin at the Crossroads of Local Development, Consumer Protection, and Marketing Strategies, 46 Int’l Rev. Intell. Prop. & Competition L. 760 (2015)

Irene Calboli, The Story of Luxury Products and the (Broken) Promise of Superior Product Quality in a World of Prestige for the Masses, in The Luxury Economy and Intellectual Property: Critical Reflections 31 (Barton Beebe, Haochen Sun & Madhavi Sunder eds., Oxford University Press 2015)

Irene Calboli, Intellectual Property Protection for Fame, Luxury, Wine, and Spirits: Lex Specialis for a Corporate “Dolce Vita” or a “Good Quality Life”?, in Intellectual Property and General Legal Principles: Is IP a Lex Specialis? 156 (Graeme B. Dinwoodie ed., Edward Elgar Publishing 2015)

Irene Calboli, Of Markets, Culture, and Terroir: The Unique Economic and Culture-Related Benefits of Geographical Indications of Origin, in Research Handbook in International Intellectual Property 433 (Daniel Gervais ed., Edward Elgar Publishing 2015)

Irene Calboli, Reviewing The Protection of Geographical Indications by Michael Blakeney, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014, 37 Eur. Intell. Prop. Rev. 333 (2015)

Megan M. Carpenter, Contextual Healing: Scandalous Marks and the Role of Context in Trademark Registration, 68 Hastings L.J. (forthcoming 2017)

Megan M. Carpenter, If It’s Broke, Fix It: Fixing Fixation, 39 Colum. J.L. & Arts 355 (2016)

Megan M. Carpenter, NSFW: An Empirical Study of Scandalous Trademarks, 33 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. 321 (2015) (with Mary Garner)

Glynn S. Lunney, Jr., Copyright’s Excess (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2017)

Glynn Lunney, Cases and Materials on Trademark Law (2d ed., West 2016)

Glynn S. Lunney, Jr., FTC v. Actavis: The Patent-Antitrust Intersection Revisited, 93 N.C. L. Rev. 375 (2015)

Srividhya Ragavan, Drugs, Drugs Everywhere But Just Not to Treat the Poor: Compulsory Licenses and Access to Medication, 8 WIPO J. (forthcoming 2016)

Srividhya Ragavan, Diverse Harmonization: Indian Example, in Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and the Life Sciences (Duncan Matthews & Herbert Zech eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, forthcoming 2016)

Srividhya Ragavan, Correlative Obligation in Patent Law: The Role of Public Good in Defining the Limits of Patent Exclusivity, 6 NYU J. Intell. Prop. & Ent. L. (forthcoming 2016)

Srividhya Ragavan (ed.), Diversity in Intellectual Property: Identities, Interests, and Intersections (Cambridge University Press 2015) (with Irene Calboli)

Srividhya Ragavan, Introduction: Recognizing Diversity in Intellectual Property, in Diversity in Intellectual Property: Identities, Interests, and Intersections 1 (Irene Calboli & Srividhya Ragavan eds., Cambridge University Press 2015) (with Irene Calboli)

Srividhya Ragavan, FRAND and Compulsory Licenses: Analysis and Comparison, in 2015 Licensing Update 9-3 (Gregory J. Battersby & Charles W. Grimes ed., Wolters Kluwer 2015) (with Raj S. Davé)

Srividhya Ragavan, FRAND v. Compulsory Licensing: The Lesser of the Two Evils, 14 Duke L. & Tech. Rev. 83 (2015) (with Brendan Murphy and Raj Davé)

Srividhya Ragavan, The Selection of Patents: Regulatory Reforms Versus Market Reliance to Weed Out Suspect Patents, 46 Int’l Rev. Intell. Prop. & Competition L. 38 (2015) (with Feroz Ali)

Srividhya Ragavan, Justifying India’s Patent Position to the United States International Trade Commission and Office of the United States Trade Representative, 8 Indian J. Intell. Prop. L. (2015) (with Sean Flynn and Brook Baker)

Saurabh Vishnubhakat, A Tort Theory of Patent Litigation: History and Reform (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming)

Saurabh Vishnubhakat, The Youngest Patent Validity Proceeding: Evaluating Post-Grant Review, 25 Tex. Intell. Prop. L.J. (forthcoming 2016)

Saurabh Vishnubhakat, An Intentional Tort Theory of Patents, 68 Fla. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2016)

Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Strategic Decision-Making in Dual PTAB and District Court Proceedings, 31 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 45 (2016) (with Arti Rai and Jay Kesan)

Saurabh Vishnubhakat, The Mouse That Trolled (Again): Response to Commentaries, 3 J.L. & Biosci. (2016) (with Tania Bubela and Robert Cook-Deegan)

Saurabh Vishnubhakat, When Biopharma Meets Software: Bioinformatics at the Patent Office, 29 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 205 (2015) (with Arti Rai)

Saurabh Vishnubhakat, The USPTO Patent Pro Bono Program, 7 Cybaris: Intell. Prop. L. Rev. 1 (2015) (with Jennifer McDowell)

Saurabh Vishnubhakat, What’s It Worth to Keep a Secret?, 13 Duke L. & Tech. Rev. 116 (2015) (with Gavin Reid and Nicola Searle)

Saurabh Vishnubhakat, The Mouse That Trolled, 2 J.L. & Biosci. (2015) (with Tania Bubela and Robert Cook-Deegan)

Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Expired Patents, 64 Cath. U. L. Rev. 419 (2015)

Peter K. Yu (ed.), Developing Human Rights Approaches to Intellectual Property (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2017)

Peter K. Yu (ed.), Intellectual Property Law and Policy in China (Edward Elgar Publishing, forthcoming 2017)

Peter K. Yu, The Investment-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights, 66 Am. U. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2017)

Peter K. Yu, The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership and Trans-Pacific Intellectual Property Norms, 50 Vand. J. Transnat’l L. (forthcoming 2017)

Peter K. Yu, Intellectual Property, Human Rights and Public-Private Partnerships, in Public-Private Partnerships, Global Intellectual Property Governance and Sustainable Development (Ahmed Abdel-Latif, Margaret Chon & Pedro Roffe eds., Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2017)

Peter K. Yu, Investor-State Dispute Settlement and the Trans-Pacific Partnership, in Intellectual Property and the Judiciary (Christophe Geiger ed., Edward Elgar Publishing, forthcoming 2017)

Peter K. Yu, Intellectual Property Negotiations, the BRICS Factor and the Changing North-South Debate, in A BRICS-Lawyers’ Guide to Global Cooperation (Rostam Neuwirth, Alexandr Svetlicinii & Denis Halis eds., forthcoming 2017)

Peter K. Yu, The Copyright Holdout Problem and New Internet-Based Services, in Remuneration of Copyright Owners—Regulatory Challenges of New Business Models (Liu Kung-Chung & Reto M. Hilty eds., Springer, forthcoming 2017) (with John T. Cross)

Peter K. Yu, A Seamless Global Digital Marketplace of Media and Entertainment Content, in Research Handbook on Intellectual Property in Media and Entertainment (Megan Richardson & Sam Ricketson eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, forthcoming 2017)

Peter K. Yu, Clusters and Links in Asian Intellectual Property Law and Policy, in The Routledge Handbook on Asian Law (Christoph Antons ed., Routledge, forthcoming 2017)

Peter K. Yu, International Technology Contracts, Restrictive Covenants and the UNCTAD Code, in Know How, Trade Secrets and Restrictive Covenants (Christopher Heath & Anselm Kamperman Sanders eds., forthcoming 2017)

Peter K. Yu, TRIPS Wars: Developing Countries Strike Back, in Flashpoints (Alexandra George ed., Quid Pro Press, forthcoming 2017)

Peter K. Yu, The Incremental Development of the ASEAN–China Strategic Intellectual Property Partnership, in Handbook on Intellectual Property Law in Southeast Asia (Christoph Antons ed., Edward Elgar Publishing, forthcoming 2017)

Peter K. Yu, The RCEP and Intellectual Property Norm-setting in the Asia-Pacific, in Intellectual Property Rights and Mega-Regional Trade Agreements (Global Perspectives and Challenges for the Intellectual Property System, CEIPI-ICTSD Publication Series No. 4, forthcoming 2016)

Peter K. Yu, The Quest for a User-Friendly Copyright Regime in Hong Kong, 31 Am. U. Int’l L. Rev. (forthcoming 2016)

Peter K. Yu, Five Decades of Intellectual Property and Global Development, 8 WIPO J. 1 (2016) Session 2: The U.S. Perspective, 8 Geo. Mason J. Int’l Com. L. 26 (2016) (edited transcript)

Peter K. Yu, The Copy in Copyright, in Intellectual Property and Access to Im/material Goods 65 (Jessica C. Lai & Antoinette Maget Dominicé eds., Edward Elgar Publishing 2016)

Peter K. Yu, Enforcement: A Neglected Child of the Intellectual Property Family, in The Internet and the Emerging Importance of New Forms of Intellectual Property 279 (Susy Frankel & Daniel Gervais eds., Kluwer Law International 2016)

Peter K. Yu, The Anatomy of the Human Rights Framework for Intellectual Property, 69 SMU L. Rev. 37 (2016)

Peter K. Yu, Intellectual Property Enforcement and Global Climate Change, in Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Climate Change 107 (Joshua Sarnoff ed., Edward Elgar Publishing 2016)

Peter K. Yu, The Comparative Economics of International Intellectual Property Agreements, in Comparative Law and Economics 282 (Theodore Eisenberg & Giovanni B. Ramello eds., Edward Elgar Publishing 2016)

Peter K. Yu, The More Copyright Laws Change, the More Digital Challenges Stay the Same, in Liber Amicorum Jan Rosén 895 (eddy.se 2016)

Peter K. Yu, The Transplant and Transformation of Intellectual Property Laws in China, in Governance of Intellectual Property Rights in China and Europe 20 (Nari Lee, Niklas Bruun & Li Mingde eds., Edward Elgar Publishing 2016)

Peter K. Yu, Intellectual Property Law (Lexis-Nexis 2015) (with John T. Cross, Doris E. Long and Greg R. Vetter)

Peter K. Yu, Intellectual Property, Asian Philosophy and the Yin-Yang School, 7 WIPO J. 1 (2015)

Peter K. Yu, The Confuzzling Rhetoric Against New Copyright Exceptions, in 1 Kritika: Essays on Intellectual Property 278 (Peter Drahos, Gustavo Ghidini & Hanns Ullrich eds., Edward Elgar Publishing 2015)

Peter K. Yu, Tales of the Unintended in Copyright Law, 67 Stud. Law, Pol. & Soc’y 1 (2015)

Peter K. Yu, Challenges to the Development of a Human Rights Framework for Intellectual Property, in Intellectual Property and Human Rights 87 (Paul L.C. Torremans ed., 3d ed., Kluwer Law International 2015)

Peter K. Yu, Trade Secret Hacking, Online Data Breaches, and the China Cyberthreat, 2015 Cardozo L. Rev. De Novo 130

Peter K. Yu, Towards the Seamless Global Distribution of Cloud Content, in Privacy and Legal Issues in Cloud Computing 180 (Anne S.Y. Cheung & Rolf H. Weber eds., Edward Elgar Publishing 2015)

Peter K. Yu, Intellectual Property and Confucianism, in Diversity in Intellectual Property: Identities, Interests, and Intersections 247 (Irene Calboli & Srividhya Ragavan eds., Cambridge University Press 2015)

Peter K. Yu, Intellectual Property Training and Education for Social Justice, in Intellectual Property, Entrepreneurship, and Social Justice: From Swords to Ploughshares 140 (Lateef Mtima ed., Edward Elgar Publishing 2015)

Peter K. Yu, The Non-multilateral Approach to International Intellectual Property Norm-setting, in Research Handbook on International Intellectual Property Law 83 (Daniel J. Gervais ed., Edward Elgar Publishing 2015)

Peter K. Yu, Digital Copyright Enforcement Measures and Their Human Rights Threats, in Research Handbook on Human Rights and Intellectual Property 455 (Christophe Geiger ed., Edward Elgar Publishing 2015)

Peter K. Yu, Sinic Trade Agreements and China’s Global Intellectual Property Strategy, in Intellectual Property and Free Trade Agreements in the Asia-Pacific Region 247 (Christoph Antons & Reto M. Hilty eds., Springer 2015)
 

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