We are pleased to announce the publication of the Winter Issue of Volume 15 of the Yale Journal of Law and Technology. In addition to the special preview essay on the implications of the AIA on best mode and trade secrets doctrine by Professors Brian Love and Christopher Seaman, we are excited to present new work from Professor Michael Birnhack on reverse engineering informational privacy law in the European Union and elsewhere, Professors Jason Shepard and Genelle Belmas on the balancing of constitutional and private interests in the disclosure of anonymous speech, and practitioner Christina Moniodis on the Supreme Court’s data privacy jurisprudence.
We are also proud to announce that the Volume 15 essay by Professors Brian Love and Christopher Seaman, Best Mode Trade Secrets, 15 Yale. J.L. & Tech. 1, was selected for publication in the 2013 edition of the Intellectual Property Law Review. Jason Rantanen and Lee Petherbridge’s article Therasense v. Becton Dickinson: A First Impression, 14 Yale J.L. & Tech. 226, was also selected for this honor.
These articles and more exciting scholarship on developing issues in law and technology can be found at our website.