Additional insights


  • “Employers Beware: Employee-inventor Compensation Requirements in China, Japan, Korea, and Germany,” Asian Briefings (A Supplement to the Association of Corporate Counsel Docket) (November 2010)
  • “Japan Rethinks Whose Idea Is It Anyway?” Legal Times (April 2005)
  • “Employee Inventor Litigation Hits Japan,” New York Law Journal (January 2005)
  • “Courtroom Technology in the United States,” International Legal Strategy Magazine (December 2000)
  • “Communication by E-mail: Discovery and Privilege in U.S. Litigation,” International Legal Strategy Magazine (November 1999)
  • “The Crime-Fraud Exception to the Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Immunity — An Important Discovery Tool in Patent Infringement Litigation,” IP Worldwide (March/April 1998)

Speaking engagements

  • “The “Halo Swing — The Law of Willful Infringement Changes Again,” American Intellectual Property Law Association (October 2016)
  • “The UPC in the European Patent Litigation Landscape,” American Intellectual Property Law Association (October 2014)
  • “Mock Markman Claim Construction Hearing,” Japan Patent Attorneys Association (JPAA) Seminar (April 2002)
  • “Copyright Protection for Computer Software,” Lorman Education Services CLE Program (June 2001)
  • “Courtroom Technology in the U.S.,” Tokyo High Court, IP Judges (April 2001)
  • “Patent Litigation Practice,” Japan Intellectual Property Association (JIPA) Bi-Annual Seminar (October 2000)
  • “Business Method Patent Infringement Litigation in the U.S.,” Diamond Corporation Legal Education Program (June 2000)
  • “The Attorney-Client Privilege/Work-Product Immunity and Japanese Patent Attorneys,” Japan Patent Attorneys Association (JPAA) Meeting (May 1999)
  • “The Doctrine of Equivalents After Hilton-Davis,” Japanese Patent Attorneys Association (JPAA) Seminar (May 1998)
  • “Copyright Considerations for Medical Illustrators: Registration and Enforcement,” 52nd Annual Meeting of the Association of Medical Illustrators (July 1997)
  • “How to Protect Product Configuration Using Copyright,” NYS Bar Association 119th Annual Meeting (January 1996)