I N T E L L E C T U A L P R O P E R T Y L A W
Hillel I. Parness is a member of the Adjunct Faculty of Columbia Law School
Recent Internet Law/Intellectual Property Articles:
“Watch the Clock: Are we ready for the extended Daylight Saving Time?,” GC New York/New York Law Journal (Feb. 13, 2006)
“Risk Tip: New Daylight Saving Rules Affect Computers,” International Risk Management Institute's IMRI Update (Feb. 8, 2006)
“A Threat Worse than Y2K?,” National Law Journal (Nov. 21, 2005)
“Springing Ahead to Daylight-Saving Time Liability?,” Andrews Computer & Internet Litigation Reporter (Nov. 15, 2005)
II: Is P2P Software the New VCR? Is the DMCA DOA? . . . and
This article appeared in the September 2004 issue of Cyberspace Lawyer.
Overview of the
Problem of Infringement: The Transition From
Traditional Piracy to the Liability of Internet Intermediaries, and Beyond
This paper was presented at the ALAI (Association Littéraire Et Artistique Internationale) Conference in
Swinging Into Action: Emerging Issues Regarding Advertising Rights
and Building Façades
This article appeared in the April 2002 issue of Cyberspace Lawyer.
Question: How Does Kelly v. Arriba Soft Advance the Framing Debate?
This article appeared in the March 2002 issue of Cyberspace Lawyer.
Radio: As RIAA and DiMA Prepare to do Battle Over
"Interactivity," Questions Remain About ISP
This article appeared in the July 2001 issue of Cyberspace Lawyer.
Unsung, Issues Remain:
As a host of digital media cases settle, questions are left open about the state of the law
This article appeared in the April 2001 issue of IP Worldwide.
Says No ISP Immunity for Contributory Trademark Infringement
This article appeared in the April 2001 issue of Cyberspace Lawyer.
eBay Victorious (Again), Yahoo Attacked (Again), as the
Auction Wars Continue
This article appeared in the March 2001 issue of Cyberspace Lawyer.
Revolution: Ramifications of the Paris Court's Order Against
Yahoo Over Nazi Artifacts
This article was published on TheLAW.com on
Warning to Good Samaritans: Sail Clear of the Safe
This article, analyzing the interplay and conflict between the Digital Millennium Copyright Act Safe Harbors and the Communications Decency Act Good Samaritan provision, was published in the December 2000 issue of Cyberspace Lawyer. A revised version, which appeared in the March 2001 issue of Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, can be accessed here.
Napster: Down for the Count?
This article, which provides a preliminary legal analysis of the Napster decision and Napster's chances to prevail, was published in Digital Music Weekly on
Son of Napster?
MP3Board and the Safe Harbors of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act
This follow-up to "Blame It On Rio" appeared in the
Blame It On Rio ... and Streambox and Napster: MP3 Cases Draw First Boundary Lines
for Music Copying on Internet
This article appeared in the
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