Jointly qualified English barrister and American attorney. Practiced media and intellectual property law for around a decade in London and New York. Served as part-time Night Lawyer for News International plc in London.
Columbus School of Law
Intellectual Property Law (especially Copyright Law and Trademark Law)
U.K. law (jointly qualified as English barrister and American attorney)
European Union Law
German, French, Polish
Who�s the Vandal? The Recent Controversy over the Destruction of 5Pointz - How Much Legal Protection Should the Law Give to Graffiti/Aerosol/Street Art?
Forthcoming in The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law. This article addresses the extent of moral rights protection for aerosol art in the context of the recent controversy over the destruction of 5Pointz.
Playing Poohsticks with the British Constitution? The Blair Government�s Proposal to Abolish the Lord Chancellor
in 24 Penn State International Law Review 257, reprinted in part in Mary Ann Glenson, Paolo Carozza, and Colin B. Picker, Comparative Legal Traditions, Text, Materials and Cases on Western Law (4th ed. West, 2014).
Special Report, The Implications of Talent Agency Licensing
for the Newseum Institute, jointly authored with Seth Williams.
Rights of publicity and visual arts in U.S. Law: Finding the right approach
in Justyna Balcarczyk, ed., Dobra Osobiste w XXI Wieku Nowe Warto?ci, Zasady, Technologie/Rights of Personality in the XXI Century New Values, Rules, Technologies 98 (Wolters Kluwer).