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Books

  • Developing Judgment About Practicing Law, 2nd Ed. (West Academic Publishing, 2013)

Chapters of Books or Articles within Books

  • Copyright and Convergence: A Pragmatic Perspective” in Intellectual Property Protection of Fact Based Works: Copyright and its Alternatives p.233 (Brauneis, ed.) (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2009)
  • “Some Copyright Consumer Conundrums” in Consumer Protection in the Age of the Information Economy (Winn, ed.) (Ashgate Publishing, 2006)
  • “Vaporware, The Internet, and Consumer Behavior” in The Commodification of Information (Elkin-Koren, and Netanel, eds.) (Kluwer Academic Press, 2002)
  • “The Problems With the Third Way; A Java Case Study” in Regulating The Global Information Society (Marsden, ed.) (Routledge, 2000)

Journal Articles

  • “The Unfallen Sky” in 51 Houston Law Review 337 (2013)
  • “Lawspeech” in 2012 Journal of the Professional Lawyer 1 (2012)
  • Big But Brittle: Economic Perspectives of the Law Firm in the New Economy” in 2011 Columbia Business Journal 1 (with Burk) (2011)
  • “The Tory Anarchism of F/OSS Licensing” in 78 Chicago Law Review 207 (2011)
  • “Inequitable Conduct” in 43 Loyola Law Review 945 (2010)
  • “Innovation and Liability for Contributory Copyright Infringement” in 8 Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property 38 (2009)
  • “The Perils of the Partial Spectator” in 35 Queens Law Journal 165 (2009)
  • Politics, Office Politics, and Legal Ethics” in 20 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1057 (2007)
  • “There Is Nothing Pragmatic About Originalism” in 102 Northwestern University Law Review 86 (2007)
  • “What Tool Works Tells Us About Tailoring Patent Misuse Remedies” in 101 Northwestern University Law Review 208 (2007)
  • (So) What If It's All Just Rhetoric?” in 21 Constitutional Commentary 861 (2006)
  • Approximately Speech” in 89 Minnesota Law Review 1416 (2005)
  • “Between Logic and Experience: Error Costs and United States v. Microsoft Corp” in 20 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1185 (2005)
  • Some Realism About Parochialism: The Economic Analysis of Legal Ethics” in 8 Legal Ethics 117 (2005)
  • Some Realism about the Free Speech Critique of Copyright” in 74 Fordham Law Review 101 (2005)
  • The Trespass Trouble and the Metaphor Muddle” in 1 George Mason Journal of Law and Economic Policy 109 (2005)
  • “But Cf, In Re Hundred Acre Wood” in 20 Constitutional Commentary 437 (2004)
  • “But Cf, The Last Man Off Standard” in 20 Constitutional Commentary 1 (2004)
  • Copyright Nonconsequentialism” in 69 Missouri Law Review 1 (2004)
  • “Telling Stories for Liberty” in 20 Constitutional Commentary 651 (2004)
  • Why Not Try the Carrot? A Modest Proposal to Grant Immunity to Lawyers Who Disclose Client Financial Misconduct” in 92 California Law Review 1825 (2004)
  • “Why The First Amendment Cannot Dictate Copyright Policy” in 65 University of Pittsburgh Law Review 281 (2004)
  • “From Social Friction to Social Meaning: What Expressive Uses of Code Tell Us About Free Speech” in 64 Ohio State Law Journal 1515 (2003)
  • “Has Java Changed Anything? The Sound and Fury of Innovation Litigation” in 87 Minnesota Law Review 2039 (2003)
  • “Website Access: The Case for Consent” in 35 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 341 (2003)
  • “Recognizing Usages of Trade: A Case Study from Electronic Commerce” in 8 Washington University Journal of Law and Policy 167 (2002)
  • “Innovation, Uncertainty, and Stability in Antitrust Law” in 16 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 729 (2001)
  • “Judicial Writing and the Ethics of the Judicial Office” in 14 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 509 (2001)
  • Legal Implications of Open-Source Software” in 2001 University of Illinois Law Review 241 (2001)
  • “Making Sense of Dale” in 18 Constitutional Commentary 121 (2001)
  • “Ethos in Law and History: Alexander Hamilton, The Federalist, and the Supreme Court” in 85 Minnesota Law Review 755 (2000)
  • “A Microsoft Dialog” in 44 Antitrust Bulletin 619 (with Gifford) (1999)
  • “But Cf., In re J.S.” in 16 Constitutional Commentary 477 (1999)
  • “Networks and Intention in Antitrust and Intellectual Property” in 24 Journal of Corporation Law 485 (1999)
  • Could Java Change Everything? The Competitive Propriety of a Proprietary Standard” in 43 Antitrust Bulletin 715 (1998)
  • “Free Contracting, Fair Competition, and Draft Article 2B: Some Reflections on Federal Competition Policy, Information Transactions, and Aggressive Neutrality ” in 13 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1173 (1998)
  • Legal Implications of Network Economic Effects” in 86 California Law Review 479 (1998)
  • “Regulating Competition in the Information Age: Computer Software as an Essential Facility Under the Sherman Act” in 18 Hastings Community and Entertainment Law Journal 771 (1996)
  • Antitrust Immunity: State Action and Federalism, Petitioning and the First Amendment” in 17 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 293 (with Lemley) (1994)
  • “A Libertarian Critique of University Restrictions of Offensive Speech” in 79 California Law Review 825 (with Tangri) (1991)
  • “A Critical Analysis of Commercial Speech” in 78 California Law Review 359 (1990)

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