Recent Publications and Awards

David Blankfein-Tabachnick

"Property, Duress, and Consensual Relationships," 114 Michigan Law Review 1013 (2016). (reviewing Seana Valentine Shiffrin, Speech Matters: On Lying, Morality and the Law, Princeton University Press, 2014).

Intellectual Property Doctrine and Midlevel Principles, 101 Calif. L. Rev. 1315 (2013); published with response, Robert P. Merges, Foundations and Principles Redux: A Reply to Professor Blankfein-Tabachnick, 101 Calif. L. Rev. 1361 (2013).

Adam Candeub

Law Reviews

Networks, Neutrality & Discrimination Administrative Law Review, Winter, 2017, 69 Admin. L. Rev. 125

Nakedness and Publicity, 104 Iowa L. Rev. 1747 (2019)

March to The Middle? Herd Behavior, Video Economics, and Social Media Competition Policy International  -January 9, 2019

Bargaining for Free Speech:  Section 230, Network Neutrality, and Common Carriage, Yale Journal of Law and Tech (forthcoming)

Journalism/ Popular Press

Adam Candeub, Social Media Platforms or Publishers? Rethinking Section 230

Regulations guaranteeing that the internet remains open and free shouldn't be dismissed as 'socialism.'  The American Conservative June 21, 2019

(with Jeremy Carl) Why Hawley’s Bill Is The Right Tool To Fight Big Tech’s Censorship Of Conservatives, The Federalist, July 9, 2019

Adam Candeub, Mike Lee, Google, and a Curious Antitrust Flip-Flop, RealClear Politics, Aug,. 29, 2019

Letter, Antitrust Must Address the Future Instead of the Past, Wall Street Journal, July 17, 2019

Forbes, Washington Bytes blog  

Dec 18, 2019 A GitHub Subsidiary In China Threatens National Security And Internet Freedom

Dec 17, 2019 Google’s IP Theft Entrenches Its Monopoly Power 

Aug 1, 2019 Will Microsoft's New Partnership with Open AI Benefit China? 

Jun 12, 2019 To Protect Free Speech, Reform Section 230. Don't Put It Into The USMCA.

Jan 10, 2019 Market Fundamentalism, Reasonable Regulation, and Today's Internet

Sean A. Pager

Law Reviews

Redeeming Globalization through Unfair Competition Law, Cardozo L. Rev. (forthcoming, with Eric Priest).

Does Copyright Help or Harm Cultural Diversity in the Digital Age?, 32 Kritika Kultura 397 (2018).

The Role of Copyright in Creative Industry Development, 10 L. & Dev. Rev. 521 (2017).


Trademarking the Blockchain Enterprise, Intellectual Property Law Scholars Conference, DePaul University College of Law, August 8, 2019.

Trademarking the Blockchain Enterprise, Conference on Innovation and Communications Law, University of Nevada Las Vegas School of Law, May 4, 2019

Does Copyright Help or Harm Cultural Diversity in the Digital Age?, Cultural Practices and Policies in the Digital and Global Age Conference, Ateneo de Manila University, November 22, 2018.

The Korean Wave and Copyright: The Hidden Virtues of Indirect Subsidization, World Hallyu Conference, Osaka Kansai University, November 17, 2018.

Enforcing Global Justice Administratively, American Society of International Law, Midyear Meeting Research Forum, UCLA School of Law, November 9, 2018.

Unfair Competition as Global Governance, Mid-West ASIL-Midwest Works-In-Progress Workshop, Southern Illinois University College of Law, September 8, 2018.

Much Ado About (IP) Norms, Intellectual Property Scholars Conference, University California at Berkeley School of Law, August 8, 2018.

Rethinking Commodification of Intangible Heritage: Cultural Islands, Dynamic Meanings, International Society for the History and Theory of Intellectual Property, University of Roma Tre, July 5, 2018.

Jennifer Carter-Johnson

A Survey of University Technology Transfer Policies to Determine Revenue Sharing Among Co-Inventors (manuscript in progress).

Tracing the History of cDNA Technology Development As a Study of Patent Non-Obviousness (manuscript in progress) (with Michael Curts, Jagannath Silwal, and Stephanie Watts).

Ritalin to Roundup: Expanding the Pharmaceutical Industry Statutory Experimental Use Exception to Agriculture, 84 U. Cinn. L. Rev. 151 (2016).

Intellectual Property Revenue Sharing As a Problem for University Technology Transfer, 49 Akron L. Rev. 647 (2016).

Defining Limits the Application of the Statutory Experimental Use Exception within the Agricultural Biotechnology Industry, 2015 Mich. St. L. Rev. 509.

Beyond Einstein and Edison: Claiming Space for Non-Faculty Inventors in Technology Transfer, 47 Ind. L. Rev. 645 (2014). 

A Gene Patenting Primer, in Bioinformatics Law: Legal Issues For Computational Biology in the Post-Genome Era (Jorge Contreras and A. James Cuticchia eds., 2013).

Increasing University Invention Disclosure: An Increased Role for Non-Faculty Inventors (working paper).

Unveiling the Distinction between the University and its Academic Researchers: Lessons for Patent Infringement and University Technology Transfer, 12 Vand. J. Ent. & Tech. L. 473 (2010).