Publications – November 2007

Lori Andrews highlighted the ways that various artwork has and continues to influence policy in her chapter Art as a Public Policy Medium, for the book Signs of Life: Bio Art and Beyond.  The book was edited by Art Institute of Chicago professor Eduardo Kac and published by MIT Press in September 2007.

With co-author Jordan Paradise, Professor Andrews wrote an article, Banning Gene Patents Can Bring Benefits, for BioWorld Perspectives, September 2007. Her article Secrets of the Grave, about the legal and ethical implications of testing the remains of Abraham Lincoln, Napoleon, Marilyn Monroe, and other famous figures, was published in the October 7, 2007 issue of Parade Magazine.

William Birdthistle’s article, The Fortunes & Foibles of Exchange-Traded Funds, has been accepted for publication in the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law.

Graeme Dinwoodie has a forthcoming article and two forthcoming chapters:

A Reverse Notice and Takedown Regime To Enable Fair Uses of Technically Protected Copyrighted Works, ___ Berkeley Tech. L.J. ___ (forthcoming 2007) (with J. Reichman & P. Samuelson).

The International Intellectual Property System: Treaties, Norms, National Courts and Private Ordering, in Intellectual Property, Trade and Development: Strategies to Optimize Economic Development in a TRIPS Plus Era (D. Gervais ed., Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2007).

What Linguistics Can Do For Trademark Law, in Trade Marks and Brands: An Interdisciplinary Critique (J. Ginsburg, L. Bently & J. Davis eds., Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2007).

Richard Gonzalez’s article, Fraudulent Misrepresentation in Employment: An Alternative to Oral Contract Claims in Illinois, has been accepted for publication by the Illinois Bar Journal.

Steven Harris has published his article, Choosing the Law Governing Security Interests in International Bankruptcies, 32 Brook. J. Int’l L. 905 (2007), as part of a Symposium on Bankruptcy in the Global Village, The Second Decade.

Timothy Holbrook’s article, Extraterritoriality in U.S. Patent Law, will be published in 2008 in the William & Mary Law Review.

He has also written an invited essay, Patents for Poets, for the Saint Louis University Law Journal’s “Teaching Intellectual Property” issue.

He is a co-author of the 3d edition of the casebook Patent Litigation, to be published by Thomson West in 2008. His other co-authors are Judge Kimberly Moore and Chief Judge Paul Michel, both of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

Professor Holbrook will be the co-author, along with Chicago practitioner Meredith Martin Addy, of a two-volume patent law treatise, entitled U.S. Patent Law, to be published in 2009 by Oxford University Press.

Martin Malin has published his article, Charter Schools and Collective Bargaining: Compatible Marriage or Illegitimate Relationship, 30 Harv. J. L. & Pub. Pol’y 885 (2007).

Nancy Marder’s essay on Johnson v. Louisiana will appear in the Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court of the United States (David Tanenhaus, editor-in-chief, forthcoming in 2008).

Professor Marder’s essay, Juries, appeared in the Encyclopedia of Law and Society (2007).

Sheldon Nahmod’s recently updated Section 1983 treatise, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Litigation: The Law of Section 1983 (4th ed., West Publishing, 1997, 2007), was published in October 2007 in an expanded three volume format.

Professor Nahmod’s article, Public Employee Speech, Categorical Balancing and Section 1983: A Critique of Garcetti v. Ceballos, will be published in January 2008 by the University of Richmond Law Review.

Joan Steinman has completed her work on the 2008 Pocket Parts and Supplements for volumes 14B and 14C of the Wright & Miller Federal Practice and Procedure treatise.  The new materials will be published in April, 2008.

Dan Tarlock has published his article, Ecosystem Services in the Klamath Basin: Battlefield Casualties or the Future? 22 Fla. State J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 207 (2007).

Richard Wright’s paper, The Principles of Product Liability, originally presented at a symposium on Products Liability: Litigation Trends on the 10th Anniversary of the Third Restatement at the University of Texas in Austin in March 2007, has been published along with other papers from the symposium at 26 Rev. Litig. 1067 (2007).

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