Lori Andrews will have her chapter, The Body as Property in the Biotech Era published in Identity in the Digital Age, (Bundes Druckerei, 2004).
Her article, Harnessing the Benefits of Biobanks, is forthcoming in ___ J. Med. L. & Ethics ___ (2004).
Fred Bosselman published two articles this Summer/Fall:
A Dozen Biodiversity Puzzles, 12 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 364 (2004) and Ecological Science for Lawyers: A Book Review, 12 Se. Envtl. L. J. 143 (2004).
Professor Bosselman is now working (with four other co-authors) on the second edition of their energy casebook, Energy, Economics and the Environment, to be published by Foundation Press in 2005.
The manuscript Professor Bosselman wrote with former visiting professor Peter Orebech, The Role of Customary Law in Sustainable Development, has been accepted for publication next year by Cambridge University Press.
Graeme Dinwoodie has two forthcoming articles: Trademarks and Territory: Detaching Trademark Law From the Nation-State, 41 Hous. L. Rev. ___ (2004) (symposium issue).
TRIPS and the Dynamics of Intellectual Property Lawmaking, 36 Case W. Res. J. Int’l L. ___ (2004) (with Rochelle Dreyfuss) (symposium issue).
Professor Dinwoodie also has several forthcoming chapters in books:
WTO Dispute Resolution and The Preservation of The Public Domain of Science Under International Law, in International Public Goods and Transfer of Technology Under a Globalized Intellectual Property Regime (Maskus and Reichman eds., Cambridge University Press, 2004) (with Rochelle Dreyfuss).
Towards an International Framework for the Protection of Traditional Knowledge (2004) (study commissioned by United Nations Conference on Trade and Development) in Elements of National Sui Generis Systems for the Preservation, Protection and Promotion of Traditional Knowledge: Innovations and Practices and Options for an International Framework (Twarog and Turner eds., 2004).
Use, Intent to Use, and Related Concepts in the United States, in Trademark Use (Philips and Simon eds., 2004) (with Mark Janis).
Conflicts and International Copyright Litigation: the Role of International Norms, in Intellectual Property in the Conflict of Laws (Basedow, Drexl, Kur and Metzger eds., 2004).
Richard Gonzalez has published his article, Depositions in the Age of Summary Judgment in the August, 2004 issue of Trial, the journal of the American Trial Lawyers Association.
Timothy Holbrook will have his paper Presumptions and Formalism in Claim Construction published at 9 Lewis and Clark L. Rev. ___. The paper is the final version of Professor Holbrook’s talk at the Tenth Annual Lewis & Clark Law School Business Law Forum.
Sheldon Nahmod will have his article, The Pledge as Sacred Political Ritual, published at ___ Wm. & Mary Bill Rts.J. ___ (forthcoming Spring 2005).
The 2004 Update to Professor Nahmod’s two-volume treatise, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Litigation: The Law of Section 1983 (4th ed. 1997) was published in October 2004 by The West Group.
Ronald Staudt recently completed an essay with Dean Harold Krent, which will be published in a Toledo Law Review Symposium on leadership entitled Leadership Opportunities Hiding in Plain View.
Joan Steinman completed work on the 2005 Pocket Parts for two volumes (volumes 14B and C) of the Wright and Miller treatise, Federal Practice and Procedure, which will be published in April, 2005.