Below, you will find a selection of recent and forthcoming work by NYU Law faculty in this area of study. Although this list is not comprehensive, it provides a sample of the work our faculty are doing in this field today. You can also visit the Publications pages in our individual Faculty Profiles for more information.

* Accepted and forthcoming
** Working paper
 

Books

Barton Beebe. Trademark Law: An Open Source Casebook (2018)

Barton Beebe, Haochen Sun, and Madhavi Sunder, eds. The Luxury Economy and Intellectual Property (Oxford Univ. Press, August 2015)

Rochelle Dreyfuss and César Rodríguez-Garavito, eds. Balancing Wealth and Health: The Battle over Intellectual Property and Access to Medicines in Latin America (Oxford Univ. Press, 2014)

Rochelle Dreyfuss and Jane Ginsburg, eds. Intellectual Property at the Edge: The Contested Contours of IP (Cambridge Univ. Press, July 2014)

Harry First and Andrew Gavil. The Microsoft Antitrust Cases: Competition Policy for the Twenty-First Century (MIT Press, November 2014)

Daniel Rubinfeld and Robert Pindyck. Microeconomics (8th ed., Pearson, 2015)

Katherine Strandburg, Brett Frischmann, and Michael Madison, eds. Governing Knowledge Commons (Oxford University Press, 2017)
 

Chapters and Articles

Barton Beebe, Christopher Jon Sprigman, Roy Germano, and Joel Steckel. "Testing for Trademark Dilution in Court and the Lab," 86 University of Chicago Law Review (2019)*

Barton Beebe. "Bleistein, the Problem of Aesthetic Progress, and the Making of American Copyright Law," 117 Columbia Law Review 319 (2017) 

Barton Beebe and C. Scott Hemphill. "The Scope of Strong Marks: Should Trademark Law Protect the Strong More Than the Weak?," 92 NYU Law Review 1339 (2017) 

Barton Beebe and Jeanne C. Fromer. "Are We Running Out of Trademarks? An Empirical Study of Trademark Depletion and Congestion," 131 Harvard Law Review 945 (2018)

Rochelle Dreyfuss. "Reconsidering Experimental Use," 50 Akron Law Review 699 (2017) 

Rochelle Dreyfuss and Orly Lobel. “Economic Espionage as Reality or Rhetoric: Equating Trade Secrecy with National Security,” Lewis & Clark Law Review (2016)*

Rochelle Dreyfuss“Abolishing Exclusive Jurisdiction in the Federal Circuit: A Response to Judge Wood,” 13 Chi.-Kent J. Intell. Prop. 327 (Spring 2014)

Rochelle Dreyfuss“Giving the Federal Circuit a Run for its Money: Challenging Patents in the PTAB,” Notre Dame Law Review (2015)

Rochelle Dreyfuss and César Rodríguez-Garavito. “The Battle over Intellectual Property Laws and Access to Medicines in Latin America: A Primer on Global Administrative Law, Intellectual Property, and Political Contestation and Conclusion: Balancing Wealth and Health in a Transnational Regulatory Frame,” Balancing Wealth and Health: The Battle over Intellectual Property and Access to Medicines in Latin America (Rochelle Dreyfuss and César Rodríguez-Garavito, eds., Oxford Univ. Press, 2014)

Rochelle Dreyfuss and Esteban Donoso LLM ’15. “On Aiding Technological Development: The Max Planck Declaration on Patent Protection,” 6 U.C. Irvine Law Review (December 2015)*

Richard Epstein and Yun-chien Chang. “Introduction to Spontaneous Order and Emergence of New Systems of Property,” 100 Iowa L. Rev. 2249 (August 2015)

Richard Epstein“From Natural Law to Social Welfare: Theoretical Principles and Practical Applications,” 100 Iowa L. Rev. 1743 (August 2015)

Richard Epstein“How Spontaneous? How Regulated?: The Evolution of Property Rights Systems,” 100 Iowa L. Rev. 2341 (August 2015)

Richard Epstein“Public Accomodations Under the Civil Rights Act of 1964: Why Freedom of Association Counts as a Human Right,” 66 Stan L. Rev. 1241 (June 2014)

Richard Epstein“Rediscovering the Classical Liberal Constitution: A Reply to Professor Hovenkamp,” 101 Iowa Law Review 55 (October 2015)

Harry First and Eleanor Fox ’61Philadelphia National Bank, Globalization, and the Public Interest,” 80 Antitrust Law Journal 307 (2015)

Harry First. “Unfair Drug Prices and Section 5,” CPI Antitrust Chronicle (December 2015)*

Harry First“Bork and Microsoft: Why Bork Was Right and What We Learn About Judging Exclusionary Behavior,” 79Antitrust Law Journal 1017 (2014)

Eleanor Fox ’61 and Harry First. Philadelphia National Bank, Globalization, and the Public Interest,” 80 Antitrust Law Journal 307 (2015)

Eleanor Fox ’61 and Michal Gal. “Drafting Competition Law for Developing Jurisdictions: Learning from Experience,”Economic Characteristics of Developing Jurisdictions: Their Implications for Competition Law (Edward Elgar, August 2015)

Jeanne Fromer. "The Unregulated Certification Mark(et)," 69 Stanford Law Review 121 (2017) 

Jeanne Fromer and Christopher Buccafusco. "Fashion's Function in Intellectual Property Law," 93 Notre Dame Law Review 51 (2017)

Jeanne Fromer and Christopher Buccafusco. "Forgetting Functionality," 166 University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online 119 (2017) 

Jeanne Fromer and Mark Lemley. “The Audience in Intellectual Property Infringement,” 112 Michigan Law Review1251 (May 2014)

Jeanne FromerChristopher Jon Sprigman, Christopher Buccafusco, and Zachary Burns. “Experimental Tests of Intellectual Property Laws’ Creativity Thresholds,” 92 Texas L. Rev. 1921 (2014)

Jeanne Fromer“A Legal Tangle of Secrets and Disclosures in Trade: Taber v. Hoffman and Beyond,” Intellectual Property at the Edge: The Contested Contours of IP (Rochelle Dreyfuss and Jane Ginsburg, eds., Cambridge U. Press, May 2014)

Jeanne Fromer“Market Effects Bearing on Fair Use,” 90 Washington Law Review 615 (June 2015)*

Jeanne Fromer. “An Information Theory of Copyright Law,” 64 Emory Law 70 (October 2014)

Jeanne Fromer. “Should the Law Care Why Intellectual Property Rights Have Been Asserted?” 32 Houston Law Review 549 (December 2015)

Scott Hemphill. "IP and Competition Law," in Oxford Handbook of Intellectual Property Law (Rochelle C. Dreyfuss and Justine Pila, eds., Oxford University Press, 2017) 

Scott Hemphill. Philadelphia National Bank at 50: An Interview with Judge Richard Posner,” 80 Antitrust Law Journal 205 (2015) [Membership required for access]

C. Scott Hemphill. “Less Restrictive Alternatives in Antitrust Law,” 116 Columbia Law Review (2015)

James Jacobs and Alex Haberman. "3D Printed Firearms, Do-It-Yourself Guns, & the Second Amendment," 80 Law & Contemporary Problems 129 (2017)  

Florencia Marotta-Wurgler ’01. “Understanding Privacy Policies: Content, Self-Regulation, and Markets” (2016)**

Florencia Marotta-Wurgler ’01. “What We’ve Learned From Software License Agreements: A Response to Comments,” 12 Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies 171 (2015)

Florencia Marotta-Wurgler ’01. “Even More Than You Wanted to Know About the Failures of Disclosure,” Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies (November 2014)

Jason Schultz, Kate Crawford, Ifeoma Ajunwa. “Limitless Worker Surveillance,” 105 California Law Review (2017)*

Jason Schultz and Aaron Perzanowski. “Legislating Digital Exhaustion,” 29 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1535 (March 2015)

Jason Schultz and Aaron Perzanowski. “Reconciling Intellectual and Personal Property,” 90 Notre Dame L. Review1211 (March 2014)

Christopher Jon Sprigman. "Copyright and Creative Incentives: What We Know (and Don't)," 55 Houston Law Review 451 (2017)

Christopher Jon Sprigman, Christopher Buccafusco, and Stefan Bechtold. "The Nature of Sequential Innovation," 59 William & Mary Law Review 1 (2017) 

Christopher Jon Sprigman and Mark P. McKenna. "What's In and What's Out: How IP's Boundary Rules Shape Innovation," 30 Harvard Journal of Law and Technology 491 (2017)

Christopher Jon Sprigman, Christopher Buccafusco, and Stefan Bechtold. “Innovation Heuristics: Experiments on Sequential Creativity in Intellectual Property,” Indiana Law Journal (2016)*

Christopher Jon SprigmanJeanne Fromer, Christopher Buccafusco, and Zachary Burns. “Experimental Tests of Intellectual Property Laws’ Creativity Thresholds,” 92 Texas L. Rev. 1921 (2014)

Christopher Jon Sprigman and Kal Raustiala. “Let Them Eat Fake Cake: The Rational Weakness of China’s Anti-Counterfeiting Policy,” The Luxury Economy and Intellectual Property: Critical Reflections (Barton Beebe, Sun & Sunders, eds., August 2015)*

Katherine Standburg, Madelyn Sanfilippo, and Brett Frischmann. "Privacy as Commons: Case Evaluation through the Governing Knowledge of Commons Framework," Journal of Information Policy*  

Katherine Strandburg, B.R. Jasny, N. Wigginton, M. McNutt, T. Bubela, et al. "Fostering Reproducibility in Industry-Academia Research," 357 Science 759 (2017)

Katherine Strandburg“Legal But Unacceptable: Pallin v. Singer and Physician Patenting Norms,” Intellectual Property at the Edge: The Contested Contours of IP (Rochelle Dreyfuss and Jane Ginsburg, eds., Cambridge Univ. Press, May 2014)