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I am pleased to post Show #135, March 15, my interview with Prof. John Tehranian of Chapman University School of Law, author of Infringement Nation. John has written an insightful book that examines the different ways that modern users and creators of technology can (and do) violate US copyright law. In the process, John also […]
here! I’m very excited at this quarter’s range of guests, and, as always, welcome suggestions on future guests. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to beginning the discussion anew on April 21!
I am pleased to post the last two shows for the fall quarter. The first, Show #104, November 25, is my interview with Google Book Search (GBS) guru Prof. James Grimmelmann of New York Law School. James, a repeat guest, has become the go-to person on all things GBS. We spent our time discussing the […]
Shows #98 and 99 — Prof. Jacqui Lipton, Prof. Elizabeth Townsend-Gard and Justin Levy — posted and show #100 — William Patry, Esq. — coming!
I am pleased to post two more new shows. The first is Show # 98, October 14, my interview with Prof. Jacqui Lipton of Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Jacqui is writing a book, Global Real Property: Internet Domain Names, Trademark and Free Speech, examining the intricacies of trademark domain name disputes. These […]
The nature of radio is that you can get preempted by national events, emergencies, press conferences, or, if you have a show on KZSU-FM (Stanford) by Stanford baseball. Although I am a baseball fan and wish Stanford well, unfortunately this means that I will not have a new show air (after April 15) until May […]
I am pleased to post Show #86, March 11, my interview with Andrew Lewman and Prof. Wendy Seltzer of the Tor Project. Tor is an innovative and somewhat controversial organization whose purpose is to provide the software necessary for any Internet user to maintain anonymity online. The controversy lies in its alleged uses, but there […]
I am pleased to post three new shows to close the Summer quarter of KZSU’s schedule. The first, Show #71, is my interview with Prof. Timothy Holbrook of Chicago-Kent College of Law. Tim is a prolific patent scholar, and we discussed the extraterritoriality of US patent law and recent reform efforts. As patent becomes more […]
I am pleased to post Show #70, my interview with Prof. Michael Meurer of Boston University School of Law, co-author of Patent Failure. Patent Failure is an excellent empirical analysis of the basic question: is patent law doing what we think intellectual property law should do (namely, encourage innovation)? In our discussion, we discuss, among […]
I have posted the schedule for the remainder of the summer quarter, as well as the list of guests for the fall quarter. As you’ll see, it is a great roster of guests and a wide variety of topics will be discussed, from intellectual property issues to anonymity online. As always, I’m privileged to have […]
In the hot days of summer, when minds drift to vacations, key lime pie and the Yankees attempting to stay in playoff contention (ok, the latter two may apply to me more specifically), what better way to keep in touch with the world of technology and intellectual property law then sitting in a lounge chair, […]
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