Publications

September 13, 2019ArticleI burn, burn like a wicker chair; chalk white and oh-so frail...The title above refers to a lyric from a 1998 song by Eve 6, although they used the word "cabinet" instead of "chair." While this simple substitution of a word on my part is designed to evoke an image, the choice of words and the image evoked* can mean so much more in the world of design patents. More
December 12, 2018ArticleA Voluntary Dismissal without Prejudice does not Yield a Prevailing Party for Purposes of Fee Shifting under the Defend Trade Secrets ActIn its first case construing the Defend Trade Secrets Act, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit held that defendants were properly denied attorneys' fees after the district court granted the plaintiff's Rule 41(a)(2) motion to dismiss the case without prejudice because the defendants were not "prevailing parties" under the Act, 18 U.S.C.S. § 1836 (b) (3) (D). More
May/Jun 2010 ArticleDesign Patent DamagesLandslide®, Volume 2, Number 5, May/June 2010. © 2010 by the American Bar Association.
Aug/Sept 2006 ArticleNames To RememberAmerican Journalism Review, August/September 2006