Saliency, Anchors and Frames: A Multicomponent Damages Experiment, co-authored with Roderick O'Dorisio, Michigan Technology Law Review, (forthcoming 2019).
Focusing Patent Litigation, 18 Chi-Kent J. Intell.Prop. 497 (2019) (solicited).
How Evidence of Subsequent Remedial Measures Matters, co-authored with Kylie Santos, Missouri Law Review (forthcoming 2019).
Crowdsourcing & Data Analytics: The New Settlement Tools, co-authored with Christopher Robertson and David V. Yokum, 102 Judicature 62 (peer reviewed) (2018).
Why Courts Fail to Protect Privacy: Race, Age, Bias and Technology, 106 California Law Review 263 (2018) (co-authored with Ian Farrell, Catherine Durso and Christopher Robertson).
Lost Profits in a Multicomponent World, 59 Boston College Law Review 1321 (2018).
Time is Money: An Empirical Assessment of Non-Economic Damages Arguments, 95 Washington University Law Review 1 (2017) (co-authored with John Campbell and Christopher Robertson).
Testing the White Hat Effect in Patent Litigation, co-authored with Roderick O’Dorisio, 27 Federal Circuit Bar Journal 155 (2017).
Countering the Plaintiff’s Anchor: Jury Simulations to Evaluate Damages Arguments, 101 Iowa Law Review 543 (2016) (co-authored with John Campbell, Christopher Robertson and David Yokum).
Horizontal Innovation and Interface Patents, 2016 Wisconsin Law Review 287.
Causation and Harm In a Multicomponent World, 164 University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online 61 (2016).
An Early Look at Mayo's Impact on Personalized Medicine, 2016 Patently -O-Patent Law Journal 10 (co-authored with Amy Mapes).
The Infringement Continuum, 35 Cardozo Law Review 1359 (2014).
A Case Study In Patent Litigation Transparency, 2014 Journal of Dispute Resolution 87 (2014) (solicited and co-authored with Derigan Silver).
Patent Imperialism, 109 Northwestern University Law Review Online 77 (2014).
Finding the Point of Novelty in Software Patents, 28 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1218 (2013).
Reconciling Foreign and Domestic Infringement, 80 UMKC Law Review 607 (invited symposium contribution) (2012).
Moderating Mayo, 107 Northwestern University Law Review 423 (2012).
The Case for Contribution in Patent Law, 80 University of Cincinnati Law Review 113 (2011) awarded a Samsung/Stanford Patent Prize.
Not So Confidential: A Call for Restraint in Sealing Court Records, 2011 Patently-O Patent L.J. 6 (July 29, 2011).
Breaking Aro’s Commandment: Recognizing That Inventions Have Heart, 20 Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal 1185 (2010).
Rethinking Enablement in the Predictable Arts – Fully Scoping the New Rule (2009 Stanford Technology Law Review 3 (2009) reprinted in Intellectual Property Law Review, Thomson West 2010 ed.).
After eBay v. MercExchange: The Changing Landscape for Patent Remedies, 9 Minn. J. L. Sci. and Tech. 543 (2008) (reprinted in Patent Law Review, Thomson West 2009 ed.).