Publications – February 2007

Kari Aamont has a forthcoming article, Integrating On-Line and Print Research Training: A Guide for the Wary, 15 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing ___ (forthcoming 2007) (with Suzanne Ehrenberg).

Lori Andrews, along with co-authors Jordan Paradise, Timothy Holbrook, and Danielle Bochneak, published an article in Science in December 2006 which examined the effects of the patenting of scientific information.

The technology website www.tcsdaily.com featured an article by Professor Andrews, “Michael Crichton is Right About Gene Patents,” in response to an article entitled “Why Michael Crichton is Wrong About Gene Patents,” in January 2007.

William Birdthistle has a forthcoming article, Football Most Foul, 10 Green Bag 2d 157 (forthcoming Winter 2007).

Graeme Dinwoodie co-authored a casebook, E-Commerce, The Internet, and The Law (with Professors Richard Warner and Margaret Stewart and Dean Harold Krent) (West Publishing 2006)

His article, Dilution’s (Still) Uncertain Future, 105 Mich. L. Rev. First Impressions 98 (2006)(With Mark Janis), is part of an online symposium on the Trademark Dilution Revision Act of 2006.

Professor Dinwoodie has a forthcoming article, Diversifying Without Discriminating: Complying with the Mandates of the TRIPS Agreement, __ Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming, 2007) (with Rochelle Dreyfuss) (symposium issue).

Sanford Greenberg’s article, Legal Research Training: Preparing Students for a Rapidly Changing Research Environment has been accepted for publication by The Journal of the Legal Writing Institute. The article analyzes a survey conducted for Chicago-Kent’s 2005 Symposium on the Future of Legal Research.

Dan Hamilton has published his book, The Limits of Sovereignty: Property Confiscation in the Union and the Confederacy during the Civil War
(University of Chicago Press, 2007).

Steven Heyman has finished the manuscript for his book Free Speech and Human Dignity, which will be published later this year by the Yale University Press.

Timothy Holbrook has a forthcoming symposium article, The Return of the Supreme Court to Patent Law, 1 Akron Intell. Prop. J. ___ (forthcoming 2007).

He co-authored an article in Science magazine, When Patents Threaten Science, 314 Science 1395 (2006) (with Lori Andrews, Jordan Paradise, and Danielle Bochneak).

Professor Holbrook has been added as a co-author of the casebook Patent Litigation and Strategy (Thomson-West.) Other authors are the Honorable Kimberly A. Moore, the Honorable Paul R. Michel, and Rafael Lupo.

Laurie Leader has completed the annual update for her treatise, Wages and Hours: Law and Practice, published by Matthew Bender (Lexis/Nexis).

Nancy Marder has published her article, Cyberjuries: A New Role as Online Mock Juries, 38 U. Toledo L. Rev. 101 (2007)(symposium on online dispute resolution).

Henry Perritt’s article, New Architectures for Music: The Law Should Get Out of the Way, will be published in March 2007 by the Hastings Communication and Entertainment Law Journal.

His article, Music Markets and Myths, will be published in Spring 2007 by the Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law.

Professor Perritt’s article, Making International Criminal Law Realistic, will be published this Spring by the London Criminal Law Review.

David Rudstein has published the 2006-07 update to his three-volume treatise Criminal Constitutional Law (Lexis/Nexis, 1990).

Professor Rudstein’s article, Retrying the Acquitted in England, Part I: The Exception to the Rule Against Double Jeopardy for “New and Compelling Evidence,” will be published this Spring in the San Diego International Law Journal. The article is based upon a presentation Professor Rudstein made at the Oxford Round Table in Criminal Law at Pembroke College, University of Oxford, Oxford, England, in March 2006.

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