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Publications for Dennis S. Karjala 



BOOKS
  • Human Genome Initiative (Center for the Study of Law, Science and Technology, Arizona State University 1992).
  • Seminar on American Securities Law (Sho¯ji Ho¯mu Kenkyu¯kai 1991).
  • Dennis S. Karjala & K. Sugiyama, Japan U.S. Computer Copyright Law (Nihon Hyo¯ronsha 1989).
  • Cases and Materials For Computers and the Law (Arizona State University College of Law 1984).


ARTICLES


BOOK CHAPTERS
  • Functionality as the Distinction Between Patent and Copyright Subject Matter, in Rethinking Rights and Regulations (227 Lorrie Cranor & Steven Wildman eds., MIT Press 2003).
    HC79 I55 R47 2002
  • Federal Tax Aspects of Separation and Divorce, in Family Law, Cases, Text, Problems (3d ed. Michie 1998).
    KF504 E55 1998
  • The Term of Copyright, in Growing Pains: Adapting Copyright For Libraries, Education and Society (33 Laura N. Gasaway ed., Fred B. Rothman & Company 1997).
    KF3030.1 .G7 1997
  • Festschrift to Professor Dr. Norbert Horn, The Future of Copyright in the Digital Age, in Bank Und Wirtschaftsrecht Im Wandel Internationalen Wirtschaftslebens (H. Herrmann ed., Walter de Gruyter 1996).
  • Festschrift for Professor Zentaro Kitagawa, Recent Developments in the Copyright Protection of Computer Software in the United States and Japan, in Wege zum japanischen Recht (Paths to Japanese Law) (909, (H.G. Leser & T. Isomura, eds., Duncker & Humblot 1992)).
  • Intellectual Property Rights in Japan and the Protection of Computer Software, in Intellectual Property Rights in Science, Technology, and Economic Performance (F.W. Rushing & C.G. Brown eds., Westview Press 1990).
    K1401 I57 1990
  • Federal Tax Aspects of Separation and Divorce, in Family Law, Cases, Text, Problems (Michie 1986).
  • The Board of Directors in English and American Companies through 1920, in Law and the Formation of the Big Enterprises in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries (N. Horn & J. Kocka eds., Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht 1979).
    K1315.6 .R4


WEBLOGS


PRESENTATIONS
  • Copyright and Creativity, John Marshall Law School, (Nov. 18, 2005) (paper presented at the conference Creative Processes and the Public Domain).
  • Unix, Linux, and the Software Copyright, Annual Meeting of the American Copyright Society, Tucson, Arizona, (Feb. 2005) (Invited Speaker).
  • Unix, Linux, and the Software Copyright, Sveti Stefan, Montenegro, Sept., 2005 (paper presented at the IPSI (Internet, Processes, Systems, and Interdisciplinary Conference).
  • Congestion Externalities as a Basis for Extended Intellectual Property Protection, Telecommunications Policy & Research Conference, Washington, D.C., (Oct. 2004) (Speaker).
  • Fair or Foul? Using the Intellectual Property, Identity, and Images of Others Without Consent or Liability, State Bar of Arizona Annual Convention 2003, Intellectual Property Law Section (Panel Discussant).
  • Functionality as the Distinction between Patent and Copyright Subject Matter, Telecommunications Policy & Research Conference, Washington, D.C., (Sept. 2002) (Speaker).
  • Data Protection Statutes and Bioinformatic Databases, Symposium on Bioinformatics and Intellectual Property Law, Boston University School of Law, (April 2001) (Invited primary speaker).
  • The State of Copyright in the United States, Keynote Address at CDV-J annual meeting, Tokyo, (Sept. 14, 2000).
  • A Framework for Analyzing ‘Cultural Exceptions’, Proceedings of the XVIII Annual Meeting of the ICC Institute of International Business Law and Practice (1998).
  • Meeting of Experts on Cyberspace Law, convened by the Director General of UNESCO, Monte Carlo, Monaco, (Sept. 1998) (Participant).
  • Database Protection in the United States, Sixth SOFTIC International Symposium, Tokyo, (Nov. 13-14, 1997) (Invited Paper).
  • A Framework for Analyzing ‘Cultural Exceptions’, Cultural Aspects of International Trade of Goods and Services: Is there an Exception?, XVIIIth Annual Meeting of the ICC Institute of International Business Law and Practice, Paris, (Dec.1996) (Invited Paper).
  • Preliminary Thoughts on Copyright in Electronic Maps, Conference on Law and Information Policy for Spatial Databases, sponsored by Arizona State University Center for the Study of Law, Science, and Technology and the National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, Tempe, Arizona, (Oct. 28-29, 1994) (Invited Paper).
  • Copyright, Computer Software, and the Information Age, German-American Lawyers Association, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf, and Berlin, (Feb.-June 1993) (Presenter).
  • Reverse Engineering of Computer Programs and the Challenge to the Patent/Copyright Boundary, Stockholm Congress, International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property, Stockholm, Sweden, (Aug. 17-19, 1993) (Invited Paper).
  • Symposium: An Emerging World-Wide Consensus on Software Protection?, sponsored by the European Committee for Interoperable Software, Brussels, Belgium, (April 27, 1993) (Invited Primary Speaker).
  • Theoretical Foundations for the Protection of Computer Programs in Developing Countries, International Conference on Intellectual Property Rights in Computer Software and their Impact on Developing Countries, sponsored by the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, (Aug. 19-21, 1993) (Invited Paper).
  • Thinking Beyond Patents for the Protection of DNA-Sequence-Related Inventions, Symposium: Human Genome Project: Legal Aspects, sponsored by the Fundacion BBV, Bilbao, Spain, (May 24-26, 1993) (Invited panelist).
  • Thinking Beyond Patents for the Protection of DNA-Sequence-Related Inventions, Proceedings of the II Human Genome Project: Legal Aspects 185 (1993).
  • Symposium: The Uses of Biology in the Study of Law, sponsored by the Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research, Squaw Valley, California, (June 18-25, 1992) (Invited Primary Speaker and Participant).
  • Annual Meeting of the Computer Law Association, Newport Beach, California, (Feb. 14-15, 1991) (Invited Panelist) (reverse engineering of programs).
  • Copyright and Misappropriation, Symposium: Copyright Protection for Computer Databases, CD-ROMS, & Factual Compilations, sponsored by the Program in Law & Technology, University of Dayton School of Law, (Nov. 8-9, 1991) (Invited Primary Speaker and Participant).
    K25 .N5841
  • Workshop: The Present Copyright/Patent/Trade Secret System, Office of Technology Assessment's Telecommunication and Computing Technologies Program on Computer Software and Intellectual Property: Meeting the Challenges of Technological Change and Global Competition, Washington, D.C., (June 20, 1991) (Invited Participant).
  • Copyright Protection for Information-Based Technologies, Colorado State University, (April 14, 1990) (1990 Guest Scholar).
  • Software Protection: An American and Japanese Perspective, sponsored by the Intellectual Property Law Unit (Gerald Dworkin, head), Queen Mary & Westfield College, University of London, (Dec. 4, 1990).
  • U.S./Japanese Relations--Friendship or Friction?, Colorado State University, (April 14, 1990) (1990 Guest Scholar).
  • Intellectual Property Challenges in Software, Computer Science and Technology, Board of the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., (Sept. 12-13, Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 1989) (Invited Presenter (program protection in Japan) and Participant).
  • Intellectual Property Rights and the Protection of Software, Proceedings of the 38th National Convention of the Japanese Information Processing Society, (1989).
  • International Symposium on Dualism in Corporation Law, Bregenz, Austria, (April 13-15, 1989) (Invited Speaker (private company law in the United States and Japan) and Panelist).
  • Japanese Copyright Law, Japan Law Colloquium, UCLA, (Jan. 31, 1989) (Paper Presenter).
  • Japanese Private Company Law, Japan Law Teacher's Workshop, UCLA, (Jan.19-21, 1989) (Paper Presenter).
  • Plenary Session of the 38th National Convention of the Japanese Information Processing Society, Tokyo, (March 15, 1989) (Invited Presentation (software protection and intellectual property rights).
  • Recent Developments in Software Protection in the United States, Software Information Center, Tokyo, (March 13, 1989).
  • Recent Developments in Software Protection in the United States, Information Processing Development Association, Tokyo, (March 17, 1989).
  • Second International Symposium on Legal Protection of Computer Software, Tokyo, (Nov. 7-8, 1989) (Invited Panelist (interfaces) and Session Moderator (communication protocols).
  • Symposium: Protection of Intellectual Property Rights in Science, Technology and Economic Performance: International Comparisons, National Science Foundation/Brazil-U.S. Business Council, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D.C., (May 7-9, 1989) (Invited Presenter (intellectual property rights in Japan).
  • Copyright Protection of Computer Software, 20th Annual Workshop on Microprogramming, Association for Computing Machinery and the Computer Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Plenary Session, (Dec. 1987).
  • Protection of Computer User Interfaces, Law and Computer Society of Japan, Tokyo, (July 1987).
  • Recent Developments in United States Intellectual Property Law, Research Group on Corporate Law and Taxation, Tokyo, (Aug.1987).
  • The Limitations on Protection as Program Works under Japanese Copyright Law, Annual Meeting of the Copyright Law Association of Japan, Plenary Session, (May 30, 1986).