Website of Professor John Rothchild

 

 

Publications

Articles

How the United States Stopped Being a Pirate Nation and Learned to Love International Copyright, 39 Pace L. Rev. __ (2018) (forthcoming)

Against Notice and Choice: The Manifest Failure of the Proceduralist Paradigm to Protect Privacy Online (or Anywhere Else), 66 Clev. St. L. Rev. 559 (2018)

Exhausting Extraterritoriality, 51 Santa Clara L. Rev. 1187 (2011)

Book Review (The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Greek Law, edited by Michael Gagarin & David Cohen (Cambridge University Press, 2005)), 56 Amer. J. Comp. L. 1095 (2008)

The Social Costs of Technological Protection Measures, 34 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 1181 (2007)

Economic Analysis of Technological Protection Measures, 84 Oregon L. Rev. 489 (2005)

The Incredible Shrinking First-Sale Rule: Are Software Resale Limits Lawful?, 57 Rutgers L. Rev. 1 (2004)

Menacing Speech and the First Amendment: A Functional Approach to Incitement that Threatens, 8 Tex. J. Women & L. 207 (1999)

Protecting the Digital Consumer: The Limits of Cyberspace Utopianism, 74 Ind. L.J. 893 (1999)

Reprinted in part as Co-regulating the Internet, in Consumer Law in the Information Society (Kluwer 2000)

Reprinted in The Best in E-Commerce Law (Bowne 2001)

Making the Market Work: Enhancing Consumer Sovereignty Through the Telemarketing Sales Rule and the Distance Selling Directive, 21 J. Consumer Pol'y 279 (1998)

Books

Cloud 3.0 - Drafting and Negotiating Effective Cloud Computing Agreements (Lisa R. Lifshitz & John A. Rothchild eds., American Bar Assoc., 2019) (forthcoming)

Resarch Handbook on Electronic Commerce Law (John A. Rothchild ed., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016)

Internet Commerce: The Emerging Legal Framework (Foundation Press 2d ed. 2006 & annual updates through 2014) (with Margaret Jane Radin, R. Anthony Reese, and Gregory M. Silverman)

Book Chapters

Consumer Protection and the Internet, in Handbook of Research on International Consumer Law (Geraint Howells et al. eds., Edward Elgar Publishing 2d ed. 2018) (with Patrick Quirk)

Understanding Network Neutrality, in Resarch Handbook on Electronic Commerce Law (John A. Rothchild ed., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016)

Exhaustion of Intellectual Property Rights and the Principle of Territoriality in the United States, in Resarch Handbook on Intellectual Property Exhaustion and Parallel Imports (Irene Calboli & Edward Lee eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016)

Social Media and Advertising, in Social Media and the Law (Practising Law Institute 2013) (updated annually 2014-19)

Top Ten Statutes Relating to the Internet that Every Business Lawyer Should Know About and Immunity for Online Speech Intermediaries, in Internet Law fo the Business Lawyer (American Bar Assoc. 2d ed. 2012)

Consumer Protection and the Internet, in Handbook of Research on International Consumer Law (Geraint Howells et al. eds., Edward Elgar Publishing 2010) (with Patrick Quirk)

Miscellaneous

New European Rules May Give US Internet Users True Privacy Choices for the First Time, The Conversation (June 14, 2018), https://theconversation.com/new-european-rules-may-give-us-internet-users-true-privacy-choices-for-the-first-time-97982 (republished on Salon.com, Scientificamerican.com, and elsewhere)

Editor of American Bar Association's Annual Survey of Cyberspace Law:
74 Bus. Law. ___ (2018) (forthcoming)
73 Bus. Law. 173 (2017)
72 Bus. Law. 181 (2016)
71 Bus. Law. 253 (2015)

Net Gets Physical: What You Need to Know About the Internet of Things, Business Law Today (Nov. 2014), http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/publications/blt/2014/11/internet-of-things-201411.pdf

The Exhaustive Consequences of Kirtsaeng, JURIST-Forum (Apr. 29, 2013), http://jurist.org/forum/2013/04/john-rothchild-kirtsaeng.php (blog posting)

Territorial Thinking Misguides on International Exhaustion Doctrine, PatentlyO (Nov. 25, 2012), http://www.patentlyo.com/patent/2012/11/guest-post-territorial-thinking-misguides-thinking-on-international-exhaustion.html
(blog posting)

Two Facets of United States Law Applying to E-Commerce Transactions: Jurisdiction over Online Disputes, and the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act, published in a volume of conference proceedings, Legal Aspects of an E-Commerce Transaction (Sellier 2006)