Publications

January 15, 2013Articles IP: Are Bioscience Patents Worthwhile? The Industry Could Come Under Pressure as Legislators Seek To Raise Revenue and "Free" Markets InsideCounsel
December 18, 2012Articles IP: 6 Issues for Bioscience Companies To Consider in 2013. Organizations Need To Learn To Navigate the First-to-File System for Patent Applications InsideCounsel
December 6, 2012Articles Litigation: An Email Is Not Enough to Transfer Copyright Inside Counsel
December 1, 2012Articles IP: University-Industry Transactions Becoming More Prominent. Legal Departments Should Understand How University Deals May Differ From Relationships Between Industry Partners InsideCounsel
November 20, 2012Articles IP: Learn To Craft a Strategic Intellectual Property Policy for a Bioscience Company. Companies that Derive the Most from their IP Budget Actively Manage the Entire Process of Identifying, Protecting, and Monetizing the IP InsideCounsel
July 2012Articles Crayon Shinchan The Intellectual Property Strategist
2012Articles John Wiley & Sons Case: Limits on the First Sale Doctrine in US Copyright Law European Intellectual Property Review, Vol. 34, Issue 8
March 26, 2012Articles The Economics Of Online Privacy Forbes
February 2012Alerts FDA Issues Guidance on Biosimilars Intellectual Property Department Alert
2012Articles Multi-Aspect Rating Inference with Aspect-based Segmentation IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing (TAC), 3(4):469-481
2012Articles Uncertainty-based Active Learning with Instability Estimation for Text Classification ACM Transactions on Speech and Language Processing (TSLP), 8(4), article 5:1-21
November 2, 2011Articles IP: Statutory Damages and Constitutional Limits Inside Counsel
October 7, 2011Articles The End of Consumer Class Action Litigation? Bloomberg Law Reports
January 2011Articles JAMS Virtual Roundtable: Copyright Dispute Resolution JAMS Newsletter
2011Articles Aspect-based Opinion Polling from Customer Reviews IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing (TAC), 2(1):37-49
2011Articles Confidence-based Stopping Criteria for Active Learning for Data Annotation ACM Transactions on Speech and Language Processing (TSLP), 6(3):1-24
2010Articles Trademark Infringement and Dilution are Different - It’s Simple The Trademark Reporter, Vol. 100 No. 3, p. 808
January 2010Articles Equitable Disgorgement: An Unused Power That Courts Retain To Make Willful Patent Infringement Unprofitable Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal
2010Articles Active Learning With Sampling by Uncertainty and Density for Data Annotations IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing, Volume: 18 , Issue: 6, pp. 1323 – 1331
2010Articles A Recommender Handoff Framework for a Mobile Device Mobile Multimedia Processing: Fundamentals, Methods and Applications, LNCS 5960, Springer, pp.137-151
October 13, 2009Articles Written Descriptions Make Patents More Challenging Work Daily Business Review