Doris Long Consulting 

​​​​​Articles and Book Chapters

Works in Progress

  • Copyright, Privacy and the Broken Chain (Work in Progress)
  • Can Copyright Survive the New Technological Age (Work in Progress)
  • Copyright Surrogacy: Recapturing the Public Domain One Digitized Cultural Work at a Time (Work in Progress)
  • Making Innovation Policy and Laws Ready for “The Thinking Machine” (Work in Progress)


Forthcoming​​

  • Exposing the Processes of Empire in the International Protection of Intellectual Property in Intellectual Property In Context: Towards a Law and Society Perspective (Cambridge University Press 2020)(co-eds. Debora Halbert and William T. Gallagher) (forthcoming)
  • Mapping the New Geographies of “Flexible” Intellectual Property Rights in the 21st Century in Flashpoints  (Quid Pro Quo Press)(Alexandra George, ed.) (forthcoming)​


2021 

2018

​2017

  • 21st Century Copyright Reform: Adding Privacy Considerations Into the Normative Mix in Making Copyright Work for the Asian Pacific ? Juxtaposing Harmonisation with Flexibility (ANU Press 2017)(Online only)(Chapter 5)​

​2015

2014

​2013

2012

​2011

  • Trade Secrets and Traditional Knowledge: Strengthening International Protection of Indigenous Innovation in The Law and Theory of Trade Secrecy (Edgar Elgar Publishing 2011)(co-eds. Rochelle Cooper Dreyfuss and Katherine Strandberg)(Chapter 19)
  • “Unitorriality”:  Trademarks, Territory and Sovereignty in the 21st Century in One or Many: Federalism in the United States and European Union (Augustana College East Hall Press 2011)(co-eds. Michael Seng & Vladimir Tyc)
  • Meeting the Challenges of the Shadow Internet, John Marshall Center for Intellectual Property Law News Source 9 (Fall 2011)
  • Collective Marks:  Possibilities and Problems in the United States and Latin America, ASIPI XVI Workshops, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia (October 31, 2011)(Conference Publication)

2010

  • Promoting Innovation Through the Rational Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights: A Proposal in Handbook of Intellectual Property Protection (American Chamber of Commerce in Chile 2010)(in Spanish)
  • International Trademark Protection: Fundamental Principles, International Trademark Course Materials, 132nd Annual Meeting, International Trademark Association, Boston, MA (May 22 and 23, 2010)(Conference Publication)

2009

2008

  • A Brief Primer on US Copyright Protection for Works on the Internet (Yekaterinberg Russia 2009)
  • Is Fame All There Is?: Beating Global Monopolists at Their Own Marketing Game,  40 Geo. Washington Int’l L. Rev 123 (2008)
  • Crossing the Innovation Divide, 81 Temple Law Review 507 (Law Review Symposium Issue)(2008)
  • Trademarks and the Beijing Olympics:  Gold Medal Challenges, 7 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L 433 ( 2008)(China Symposium Issue)(Guest Editor)
  • IP and Innovation [Innovating New Connections in Intellectual Property Analysis] A Review of William van Caenegem’s “Intellectual Property Law and Innovation,” 13 Melbourne Media Arts and Law Review 341 (2008)(book review)
  • IP Enforcement In China: Going for the Gold After the Beijing Olympics, National Law Journal (August 18, 2008)(IP Section Lead Article)
  • Ambush in Beijing:  New Effort to Curb Ambush Marketing at the Beijing Olympics, Conference Proceedings of the 2008 Fordham Annual Conference on Intellectual Property Law and Policy (2008)
  • Gold Medal Opportunities at the Beijing Olympics, Conference Proceedings of the 2008 Fordham Annual Conference on Intellectual Property Law and Policy (2008)

​2007

  • Messages from the Front:  Hard Earned Lessons on Information Security from the IP Wars, 16 MSU J. Int’l L 71 (2007)(Symposium Issue on E-Commerce and Information Security)
  • Strategies for Securing the Cyber Safety Net Against Terrorists: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach, Oxford Forum on Public Policy (2007)
  • Dissonant Harmonization:  Limitations on Cash ‘n Carry Creativity, 70 Albany L. Rev.1163 (2007)(Symposium Issue)

2006

  • Traditional Knowledge and the Fight for the Public Domain, 5 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 317 (2006)
  • Practical Tips for Combating the Scourge of Global Piracy (Revised), www.usembassy.mk (October 2006)(in Macedonian)
  • Copyright Laws Across The Border: Extraterritorial Enforcement, AIPLA Annual Conference Proceedings, Washington, D.C. (Fall 2006)
  • Leveraging Local Identity as a Counterpoint to Global Monopolization, Conference Proceedings, Conference on Industrial Organization, Law & Economics in Athens, Greece, Athens Institute for Education and Research (June 2006)

2005

  • Electronic Voting Rights and the DMCA: Another Blast from the Digital Pirates or a Final Wake Up Call for Reform?, 23  J. Computer & Info. L. 533 (2005)
  • Is a Global Solution Possible to the Technology/Privacy Conundrum,? in Through the Technology Lens, 4 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 6 (2005)
  • Practical Tips for Combating the Scourge of Global Piracy, 9 Intellectual Property Law Committee Newsletter, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section, ABA (Fall 2005)
  • Fair Use and US Copyright Law:  The Changing Definition of “Fair,” Copyright Law for Business People and Lawyers Seminar (2005)(Conference Publication)
  • A Brief Primer on US Copyright Protection for Works on the Internet, IPR Case Studies in the Information Sector Conference (Jamaica 2005)(Conference Publication)

2004

  • E:Business Solutions to P2P Piracy:  A Practical Guide, Handling Intellectual Property Issues in Business Transactions (PLI 2004)
  • Small States and the Challenge of Intellectual Property Protection, 33 International Law News 1 (Summer 2004)
  • Privacy & Piracy: The Paradox of Illegal File Sharing on Peer-to-Peer Networks and the Impact of Technology on the Entertainment Industry, 2 The John Marshall Center for Intellectual Property Newsletter (Summer 2004)(reprint of written testimony submitted to the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs)
  • A Brief Primer on US Copyright Protection for Works on the Internet, The Intellectual Property Debate in the Digital Environment Conference (Barbados 2004)(Conference Publication)
  • Crossing the Pond:  International ISP’s and the Barrier Reef of Strict Liability, AIPLA Annual Spring Conference Proceedings (May 2004)

2003

  • Intellectual Property on the Internet and the Cultural Digital Divide, The Impact of Information Technology on Globalization Supplement:  Intellectual Property and Social Needs in a Networked World 10 (STS Nexus 2003)
  • E:Business Solutions to P2P Piracy: A Practical Guide, Handling Intellectual Property Issues in Business Transactions (PLI 2003)

​2002

  • If DNA Be the Bread of Life, Play On?, AIPLA MidWinter Conference Proceedings (January 2003)
  • “Democratizing” Globalization:  Practicing the Policies of Cultural Inclusion, 10 Cardozo J. of Int’l & Comp. L 217 (2002)
  • “Unitorrial” Marks and the Global Economy, 1 J. Marshall Rev. Intel. Prop. L. 191 (2002)
  • A Review of Basics of International Intellectual Property Law by G. Gregory Letterman, 96   Am. J. International Law 725 (2002)(book review)
  • Fundamentals of Trademark Law and Unfair Competition, Understanding Trademark Law 2002 (PLI 2002)
  • Of Clowns, Goldfish and Lingerie: Taming the Federal Trademark Dilution Act with the Actual Dilution Standard, 4 John Marshall Center for Intellectual Property Law News Source 4 (Fall 2002)
  • Recent Activities Before the WTO Raise New Questions about International Protection for Intellectual Property Rights, Illinois State Bar Association Newsletter (Fall 2002)
  • The Practical Effect of Recent US “Losses” Before the WTO, 4 John Marshall Center for Intellectual Property Law News Source 8 (Summer 2002)
  • A Brief Primer on US Copyright Protection for Works on the Internet, Protecting Intellectual Property Conference (Guinea 2002)(Conference Publication)
  • A Brief Primer on US Copyright Protection for Works on the Internet, WIPO Academy on Education and Training in Intellectual Property Conference (Moscow 2002)(Conference Publication)
  • Report on Proposed Legislation “On the Amendment of Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine on Intellectual Property,” US Department of Commerce (Commercial Law Development Program)(October 2002)

2001

  • “Globalization”: A Future Trend or a Satisfying Mirage?, 49 J.Copyright Society 313 (2001)
  • First Let’s Kill All the Intellectual Property Lawyers!”: Musings on the Decline and Fall of the Intellectual Property Empire, 34 John Marshall L. Rev. 851 (2001)
  • The Impact of E-commerce on the Intellectual Property System, 3 John Marshall Center for Intellectual Property Law News Source 10 (Spring 2001)
  • Analysis of the Draft Civil Code of the Ukraine Regarding Intellectual Property: Chapters 34 through 46, US Department of Commerce (Commercial Law Development Program)(October 2001)
  • A Brief Primer on International Trademark Protection and US Law, Legal Tools for the Protection of Intellectual Property Conference (Moldova 2001)(Conference Publication)  
  • A Brief Primer on U. S. Intellectual Property Protection in the Global Arena, International Conference on Business, Technology & Intellectual Property in the IT Age (South Korea 2001)(Conference Publication)

2000

  • Solutions to the College Savings Conundrum for Trademark Owners, 2 John Marshall Center for Intellectual Property Law News Source 8 (Spring 2000)
  • Y2K TRIPS Style, 2 John Marshall Center for Intellectual Property Law News Source 12   (Winter 2000)

​1999

  • The Federal Trademark Dilution Act Becomes the “Greatest Show on Earth”?,  1 John Marshall Center for Intellectual Property Law News Source 10 (Summer 1999)
  • The Federal Trademark Dilution Act Becomes the “Greatest Show on Earth”?, 17 ABA Intellectual Property  Newsletter 1 (Spring 1999)
  • Codigo de Ordenamiento del Mercado Project: Dominican Intellectual Property Laws And The Trips Agreement: A Study And Future Action Plan, USIS (August 1999)
  • Report on Federal Trademark Legislation, Committee 201, ABA IP Section, Federal Trademark Legislation (1999)(Chair and Author)

​1998

  • The Impact of Foreign Investment on Indigenous Culture: An Intellectual Property Perspective, 23 N.C.J. Int’l L. & Com. Reg. 229 (1998)
  • China’s IP Reforms Show Little Success, IP Worldwide (November/December 1998)(dual language publication in English and Japanese)
  • China Introduces Wide Range of Legal Reforms, National Law Journal (September 14, 1998)(In Focus: Pacific Rim)
  • Raising the Standard Against Chinese Pirates, Special to IP World Wide (1998)
  • The Impact of the Information Age on American Society, Perspectives on Modern America Conference, Peking University (China 1998)(Conference Publication)
  • Teaching Practical Skills and Fundamental Values, Tsinghua University Press (1998)

​1997

  • The Protection of Information Technology in a Culturally Diverse Marketplace, 15 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 77 (1997)
  • Is a Sui Generis Approach to Database Protection Necessary?, XVI American Intellectual Property Law Association Selected Papers (October 1997)
  • The Role of Intellectual Property in Protecting Indigenous and Native Culture, 1 ASIL Intellectual Property Newsletter 7 (Summer 1997)
  • Q&A Concerning Copyright Compliance for Print and Software (Revised) (AAP/NACS 1997)(co author)

​1996

  • Copyright Clearance and the Internet: Present Problems and Future Solutions, Selected Legal Papers of the American Intellectual Property Law Association (1996)
  • Connecting the Dots: Working Across the Curriculum, 3 The Law Teacher 11 (Spring 1996)
  • Copyright Clearance in the Internet Age: Present Problems and Future Solutions, 1996 Annual Meeting, American Intellectual Property Law Association  (October 24, 1996)(Conference Publication)
  • The US Copyright System, Symposium on Intellectual Property Protection, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China  (October 14, 1996)(Conference Publication)
  • Emerging Issues in Information Technology: The Problem of Developing an International Protection Standard in Today’s Multicultural, Economically Diverse Global Marketplace, 90 American Society of International Law Proceedings 285  (March 1996)
  • “Innovation Markets” and the 1995 Antitrust Guidelines for the Licensing and Acquisition of Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property and Antitrust (PLI 1996)

1995

  • Copyright and the Uruguay Round Agreements: A New Era of Protection or an Illusory Promise?, 22 AIPLA Quarterly Journal 531 (1995)
  • The New Antitrust Guidelines for the Licensing of Intellectual Property: A Workable Balance or a Practitioner’s Nightmare?, Intellectual Property and Antitrust (PLI 1995)
  • Report on Extraterritorial Application of the Lanham Act, Subcommittee F, ABA IP Section, Lanham Act Committee (1995)(Chair and Co-Author; Author of Dilution Report and Recommendations)

1994

  • Report on Inherently Distinctive Trade Dress After Two Pesos Inc. v. Taco Cabana, Inc., Subcommittee G, ABA IP Section, Trade Identity Committee (1994) (pps. 198 – 205)(Chair and Author)

  • Questions and Answers Concerning Copyright Compliance for the Campus Community: Revised and Updated   (AAP/NACS 1991)(Co-author)
  • Questions and Answers Concerning Copyright Compliance for the Campus Community (AAP/NACS 1989)(Co-author)
  • Survey of Recent Developments in Trademark Law in the European Communities, 18 International Lawyer 163 (1984)​