Graeme Dinwoodie is working on the second edition of his casebook, Trademarks and Unfair Competition, with Mark Janis. Professor Dinwoodie is also working on a book, Achieving Balance in International Intellectual Property Law, with Rochelle Dreyfuss. The book will be published by Oxford University Press.
Nancy Marder is working on an essay, Law, Literature & Feminism: Broadening the Canon with New Texts, for a volume called Teaching Law and Literature, edited by Austin Sarat, Katherine Franke, and Matthew Anderson.
She is also working on an essay, The Banality of Evil: A Portrayal, for the Chicago-Kent Law Review’s symposium issue on The 50th Anniversary of “12 Angry Men,” for which she is Symposium Editor.
David Rudstein is now working on Part II of the series: The Exception to the Rule Against Double Jeopardy for “Tainted Acquittals.“
Joan Steinman is working on the 2008 Supplement to Volume 14B of the Wright & Miller Federal Practice and Procedure treatise, and the 2008 Pocket Part to Volume 14C of the same treatise.
Professor Steinman has commenced work on law review articles concerning implications of the Supreme Court’s definition of a “civil action” in its 2005 decision of Exxon Mobil Corp. v. Allapattah Services, Inc., and on appellate courts’ decision of issues that the trial court did not decide.