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Mark Janis
Robert A. Lucas Chair of Law; Director, Center for Intellectual Property Research
  1. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN PLANTS (treatise) (with Dinges, Jervis, and Peet) Oxford: Oxford University (forthcoming, 2014).
  2. The Origins of American Design Protection (with Jason Du Mont), 88 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 837 (2013). [SSRN] [HeinOnline]
  3. TRADEMARK AND UNFAIR COMPETITION LAW IN A NUTSHELL. Eagan, MN: West Publishing, 2013.
  4. TRADEMARKS AND UNFAIR COMPETITION: LAW & POLICY, 4th Ed. (with Graeme B. Dinwoodie). New York: Aspen Publishers (forthcoming, 2013).

  5. Virtual Designs (with Jason Du Mont), STANFORD TECHNOLOGY LAW REVIEW (forthcoming, 2013).
  6. Functionality in Design Protection Systems (with Jason Du Mont), 19 JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW 262 (2012). [SSRN] [HeinOnline]
  7. Interfaces in Plant Intellectual Property, in OVERLAPPING INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS (Neil Wilkof and Shamnad Basheer, Eds.) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
  8. Patent Law's Audience (with Timothy R. Holbrook), 97 MINNESOTA LAW REVIEW (2012). [SSRN] [HeinOnline] [Journal Website]
  9. TRADEMARKS IN A NUTSHELL (with Graeme B. Dinwoodie) Eagan, MN: West Publishing, 2012.
  10. Tuning the Obviousness Inquiry After KSR, 7 WASHINGTON JOURNAL OF LAW, TECHNOLOGY & ARTS 335 (2012). [SSRN] [HeinOnline]
  11. TRADEMARKS AND UNFAIR COMPETITION: LAW & POLICY, 3rd Ed. (with Graeme B. Dinwoodie). New York: Aspen Publishers, 2010. Supplements, 2011, 2012.

  12. IP AND ANTITRUST LAW: AN ANALYSIS OF ANTITRUST PRINCIPLES APPLIED TO INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW, 2nd Ed. (with Herbert Hovenkamp, Christopher R. Leslie, and Mark A. Lemley). New York: Aspen Law & Business Publishers, 2009.

  13. TRADE DRESS AND DESIGN LAW (casebook) (with Graeme B. Dinwoodie) New York: Aspen Publishers, 2009.
  14. International and Comparative Aspects of Trademark Dilution (with Peter K. Yu), 17 TRANSNATIONAL LAW & CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS 603 (2008). [HeinOnline]
  15. Patent Pools, in ISSUES IN COMPETITION LAW AND POLICY VOL. ONE (Wayne Dale Collison, Ed.). Chicago: American Bar Association, 2008.

  16. TRADEMARK LAW AND THEORY: A HANDBOOK OF CONTEMPORARY RESEARCH (with Graeme B Dinwoodie, Eds.). Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2008.
  17. Confusion Over Use: Contextualism in Trademark Law (with Graeme B. Dinwoodie), 92 IOWA LAW REVIEW 1597 (2007) [SSRN] [HeinOnline]. Reprinted in 98 TRADEMARK REPORTER 1086 (2008).

  18. Lessons from the Trademark Use Debate (with Graeme B. Dinwoodie), 92 IOWA LAW REVIEW 1703 (2007). [SSRN] [HeinOnline]

  19. Rules v. Standards for Patent Law in the Plant Sciences, 24 LAW IN CONTEXT 54 (2006). Reprinted in AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION: SEEDS OF CHANGE (Jay P. Kesan, Ed.). Oxford: CABI, 2007.

  20. Technological Change and the Design of Plant Variety Protection Regimes, (with Stephen Smith) 82 CHICAGO-KENT LAW REVIEW 1557 (2007). To be reprinted, U.N. FAO Legal Office legal studies papers (2008). [HeinOnline]

  21. TRADEMARKS AND UNFAIR COMPETITION: LAW & POLICY, 2nd Ed. (with Graeme B. Dinwoodie). New York: Aspen Publishers, 2007. Supplements, 2008, 2009.

  22. Unilateral Refusals to License (with Herbert Hovenkamp and Mark A. Lemley), 2 JOURNAL OF COMPETITION LAW & ECONOMY 1 (2006).
  23. “Minimal” Standards for Patent/Antitrust Under TRIPs, in INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC GOODS & TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY UNDER A GLOBALIZED INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY REGIME (Keith Maskus and Jerome H. Reichman, Eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University, 2005.
  24. Unilateral Refusals to License in the US (with Herbert Hovenkamp and Mark A. Lemley), in ANTITRUST, PATENTS AND COPYRIGHT (Francois Leveque & Howard Shelanski, Eds.). Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2005.

  25. Use, Constructive Use, and Registration in the United States (with Graeme B. Dinwoodie), in TRADE MARK USE (Jeremy Phillips and Ilanah Simon, Eds.). Oxford: Oxford University, 2005.

  26. Balancing Ease and Accuracy in Assessing Pharmaceutical Exclusion Payments (with Herbert Hovenkamp and Mark A. Lemley), 88 MINNESOTA LAW REVIEW 712 (2004). [HeinOnline]

  27. Commentary, Equilibrium in a Technology-Specific Patent System, 54 CASE WESTERN RESERVE LAW REVIEW 743 (2004). [HeinOnline]

  28. Reforming Patent Validity Litigation: The “Dubious Preponderance”, 19 BERKELEY TECHNOLOGY LAW JOURNAL 923 (2004). [HeinOnline]

  29. Supplemental Forms of Intellectual Property Protection for Plants, 6 MINNESOTA JOURNAL OF LAW, SCIENCE, & TECHNOLOGY 305 (2004). Reprinted in 7 BIO-SCIENCE LAW REVIEW 32 (2005). [HeinOnline]

  30. TRADEMARKS AND UNFAIR COMPETITION: LAW & POLICY (with Graeme B. Dinwoodie). New York: Aspen Publishers, 2004. Supplements, 2005, 2006.

  31. Anticompetitive Settlement of Intellectual Property Disputes (with Herbert Hovenkamp and Mark A. Lemley), 87 MINNESOTA LAW REVIEW 1719 (2003). [SSRN] [HeinOnline]

  32. Intellectual Property Issues in Plant Breeding and Plant Biotechnology, in BIOTECHNOLOGY, GENE FLOW, AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS: AN AGRICULTURAL SUMMIT 5. Lafayette, IN: Purdue University (2002).

  33. Intellectual Property Protection for Plant Innovation: Unresolved Issues After J.E.M. v. Pioneer (with Jay P. Kesan), 20 NATURE/BIOTECHNOLOGY 1161 (2002).

  34. Patent Abolitionism, 17 BERKELEY TECHNOLOGY LAW JOURNAL 899 (2002). [HeinOnline]

  35. Themes in Federal Circuit Patent Jurisprudence, 2000-2001, in Hugh Hansen (ed.), 7 INTERNATIONAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW & POLICY (2002)

  36. Transitions in IP and Antitrust, 47 ANTITRUST BULLETIN 253 (2002).

  37. U.S. Plant Variety Protection: Sound and Fury. . .? (with Jay P. Kesan), 39 UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON LAW REVIEW 727 (2002). [SSRN]

  38. Designing an Optimal Intellectual Property System for Plants: A Supreme Court Debate (with Jay P. Kesan), 19 NATURE/BIOTECHNOLOGY 981 (October 2001).

  39. IP AND ANTITRUST LAW: AN ANALYSIS OF ANTITRUST PRINCIPLES APPLIED TO INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW (with Herbert Hovenkamp and Mark A. Lemley). New York: Aspen Law & Business Publishers, 2001.

  40. Patent Law in the Age of the Invisible Supreme Court, 2001 ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW 387 (2001). [SSRN] [HeinOnline]

  41. Sustainable Agriculture, Patent Rights, and Plant Innovation, 9 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 91 (2001). [HeinOnline]
  42. Inter Partes Patent Reexamination, 10 FORDHAM INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, MEDIA, AND ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 481 (2000). [HeinOnline]
  43. On Courts Herding Cats: Contending with the Written Description Requirement, 2 WASHINGON UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF LAW & POLICY 55 (2000). [HeinOnline]

  44. Second Tier Patent Protection, 40 HARVARD INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL 151 (1999). Reprinted in 33 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY REVIEW 17 (2001). [HeinOnline]

  45. A Tale of the Apocryphal Axe: Repair, Reconstruction, and the Implied License in Intellectual Property Law, 58 MARYLAND LAW REVIEW 423 (1999). [HeinOnline]

  46. Who’s Afraid of Functional Claims: Reforming the Federal Circuit’s §112, ¶6 Jurisprudence, 15 SANTA CLARA COMPUTER & HIGH TECHNOLOGY LAW REVIEW 231 (1999). [HeinOnline]

  47. Rethinking Reexamination: Towards a Viable Administrative Revocation System for U.S. Patent Law, 11 HARVARD JOURNAL OF LAW & TECHNOLOGY 1 (1997). Excerpted in FOUNDATIONS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (Robert P. Merges & Jane Ginsburg). New York: Foundation Press, 2004. [HeinOnline]

  48. Unmasking Structural Equivalency: The Intersection of §112, ¶6 Equivalents and the Doctrine of Equivalents, 4 ALBANY LAW JOURNAL OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 205 (1994). [HeinOnline]

  49. Judge & Jury Roles in Equivalents Analysis: Commentary on Malta v. Schulmerich Carillons, 74 JOURNAL OF PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE SOCIETY 621 (1992).