Category Archives: Law Professors

Patent Humor: A Method of Tilting A Head to Indicate Confusion

See above for illustration accompanying an issued patent for A Method of Tilting A Head to Indicate Confusion. This method is routinely employed and likely infringed by most law students when first confronted with Fed. R. Civ. P. 19(a) and 19(b) regarding Joinder of Required Parties, as amply illustrated by the appropriately numbered illustrations above. Note for example […]

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Washington Declaration on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest

Despite the slings and arrows of Hurricane Irene hitting Washington a week ago, the recent Global Congress on Intellectual Property Law and the Public Interest has produced an important document calling for more transparency and public participation in the crafting of IP law.The Washington Declaration on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest is an important step […]

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Finding me online

For new STU students, welcome to law school!  I can be found online through a variety of mechanisms. Course pages are run through Lexis Blackboard, http://www.lexisnexis.com/lawschool.   You’ll need a Lexis ID to enroll, which will be provided to you at school.  In the meantime, the syllabus and first assignment for Civil Procedure I can […]

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