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Rebecca Tushnet : Publications

Unpublished

Books

The Law of Advertising and Marketing (casebook, beta version 2011). With Eric Goldman.

Book Sections

"Truth and Advertising: The Lanham Act and Commercial Speech Doctrine." In Trademark Law and Theory: A Handbook of Contemporary Research. Graeme B. Dinwoodie and Mark D. Janis eds. Edward Elgar Press, 2008.

"Copyright Law, Fan Practices, and the Rights of the Author." In Fandom: Identities and Communities in a Mediated World. Jon Grey et al. eds. NYU Press, 2007.

"Creating in the Shadow of the Law." In Intellectual Property and Information Wealth: Copyright and Related Rights. Peter Yu, ed. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2007.

Journal Articles

"The Eye Alone Is the Judge: Images and Design Patents," Georgia Law Review (forthcoming).

"Judges as Bad Reviewers: Fair Use and Epistemological Humility," 24 Law & Literature (forthcoming 2013).

"Worth a Thousand Words: The Images of Copyright Law," 125 Harvard Law Review 683 (2012).

"Looking at the Lanham Act: Images in Trademark and Advertising Law," 48 Houston Law Review 861 (2011).

"Scary Monsters: Hybrids, Mashups, and Other Illegitimate Children," 86 Notre Dame Law Review 2133 (2011).

"Towards Symmetry in the Law of Branding," 21 Fordham Intellectual Property Media & Entertainment Law Journal 971 (2011).

Review of Making and Unmaking Intellectual Property: Creative Production in Legal and Cultural Perspective, Mario Biagioli, Peter Jaszi, and Martha Woodmansee, eds. 2 I.P. Law Book Review 1 (2011).

"How to Suppress Women’s Remix," 77 Camera Obscura 131 (2011).  With Francesca Coppa.

"Running the Gamut from A to B: Federal Trademark and False Advertising Law." 159 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1305 (2011).

"Attention Must Be Paid: Commercial Speech, User-Generated Ads, and the Challenge of Regulation." 58 Buffalo Law Review 721 (2010).

"I Put You There: User-Generated Content and Anticircumvention" 12 Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law 889 (2010).

"Hybrid Vigor: Mashups, Cyborgs, and Other Necessary Monsters." 6 I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society 1 (2010).

"Unfair Competition and Uncommon Sense: A Comment on Mark McKenna’s Testing Modern Trademark Law’s Theory of Harm." 95 Iowa Law Review Bulletin 17 (2009).

"Fighting Freestyle: The First Amendment, Fairness, and Corporate Reputation." 51 Boston College Law Review 1457 (2009).

"Economies of Desire: Fair Use and Marketplace Assumptions." 51 William & Mary Law Review 513 (2009).

"Power Without Responsibility: Intermediaries and the First Amendment." 76 George Washington Law Review 986 (2008).

"User-Generated Discontent: Transformation in Practice." 31 Columbia Journal of Law & Arts 497 (2008).

"It Depends on What the Meaning of “False” Is: Falsity and Misleadingness in Commercial Speech Doctrine." 41 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 101 (2008).

"Gone in 60 Milliseconds: Trademark Law and Cognitive Science." 86 Texas Law Review 507 (2008).

"Sight, Sound and Meaning: Teaching Intellectual Property with Audiovisual Materials." 52 St. Louis University Law Journal 891 (2007).

"Naming Rights: Attribution and Law." 2007 Utah Law Review 781.

"Payment in Credit: Copyright Law and Subcultural Creativity." 70 Law & Contemporary Problems 135 (2007).

"Trademark Law as Commercial Speech Regulation." 58 South Carolina Law Review 737 (2007).

"Why the Customer Isn’t Always Right: Producer-Based Limits on Rights Accretion in Trademark." 116 Yale Law Journal Pocket Part 352 (2007) (online supplement).

"Domain and Forum: Public Space, Public Freedom." 30 Columbia Journal of Law & Arts 597 (2007).

"My Fair Ladies: Sex, Gender, and Fair Use in Copyright." 15 American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & Law 273 (2007).

"My Library: Copyright and the Role of Institutions in a Peer-to-Peer World." 53 UCLA Law Review 977 (2006).

"Copy This Essay: How Fair Use Doctrine Harms Free Speech and How Copying Serves It." 114 Yale Law Journal 535 (2004).

"Even More Parodic Than the Real Thing: Parody Lawsuits Revisited." 94 Trademark Reporter 979 (2004).  With Bruce P. Keller.

"Copyright as a Model for Free Speech Law: What Copyright Has in Common with Campaign Finance Reform, Hate Speech and Pornography Regulation, and Telecommunications Regulation." 42 Boston College Law Review 1 (2001).

"Note, Rules of Engagement." 107 Yale Law Journal 2583 (1998).

"Legal Fictions: Copyright, Fan Fiction, and a New Common Law." 17 Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Journal 651 (1997).

Magazine Articles

"Remix Nation." Communications of the ACM. September 1, 2011.