A small collection of articles I wrote during law school that focuses on issues in privacy and intellectual property law.
A study and comparison of United States and French copyright laws set to the backdrop of a hypothetical book deal gone wrong.
A discussion of cultural patrimony and art repatriation over Nazi-looted art that the Soviets themselves looted after the Second World War and have since refused to return. (Because, Putin.)
An analysis of Lindsay Lohan’s right of publicity suit against the makers of Grand Theft Auto V for allegedly using her likeness in the game and associated promotional material. (Written when the case was still pending in late 2014.)
An analysis of model Gita Hall May’s right of publicity suit against the producers of the television show Mad Men for use of her likeness for a second during the show’s opening credits sequence. (Written when the case was still pending in late 2014.)
A discussion of data privacy and protection in an age of massive data breaches and hackings.
A discussion of the 2013 Ukrainian Crisis focusing on propaganda and the creation of a Russian internet troll army in 2014. (No, I did not make that it, it actually happened. Because, Putin.)
A discussion of the how photography affects electronic discovery in civil litigation.