Max Radin Distinguished Professor; Traynor Chair
Litigation theory; law and compliance; copyright law.
Issues that spark your passion
Litigation and society; new technologies and the law.
“Costly Rights: A Field Study of Symbolic Laws,” a first-of-its-kind study analyzing the unexpected harm of laws passed without providing adequate enforcement resources—examining unenforced public smoking bans.
Publicity effects of intellectual property litigation, how publicity seeking infringers tempt right holders into enforcing intellectual property laws in situations that create public backlash.
Providing analytics to tennis players on the pro tour.
Particularly meaningful honor
Selected as keynote speaker two years in a row at UC Berkeley Law’s LL.M. professional-track graduation.