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Glynn S. Lunney, Jr.

Joseph Merrick Jones Chair and McGlinchey Stafford Professor of Law
BS, 1984, Texas A & M University; JD, 1990, Stanford University; MA, 2002, PhD (Economics), 2006, Tulane University

E-mail:  glunney@tulane.edu
Telephone:  504.865.5987
Office:  Weinmann Hall, Room 355-A

Glynn Lunney has a diverse background that includes expertise in intellectual property along with experience as an engineer and graduate degrees in economics. He specializes in patent, copyright and trademark law, unfair competition and contracts.
After receiving a petroleum engineering undergraduate degree, he worked two years as a production engineer before attending law school. He clerked for Judge John Minor Wisdom on the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals then joined the Tulane Law faculty in 1991. Lunney earned master’s and doctorate degrees in economics from Tulane University while teaching at the Law School.
He has written extensively about intellectual property issues and received the Sumter Marks Award in 2000 and 2002 in recognition of research. He also was named C. J. Morrow Research Professor of Law for 2001-02.

Professor Lunney's CV 

Fall 2014 - Intellectual Property Survey; Intellectual Property Seminar
Spring 2015 - Contracts II

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Copyright's Price Discrimination Panacea, 21 HARV. J. OFLAW & TECH. 387 (2008)
Trademarks and the Internet: The United States Experience, 97 TRADEMARK REP. 931 (2007)
Patents, the Federal Circuit, and the Supreme Court:  A Quiet Revolution, 11 SUP. CT. ECON. REV. 1 (2004)
Fair Use and Market Failure: Sony Revisited, 82 B.U.L. Rev. 975 (2002)
The Death of Copyright, 87 Virginia L. Rev. 813 (2001)
E-Obviousness, 7 MICH. TELECOMM. & TECH. L. REV. 363 (2000-2001)
Takings, Efficiency, and Distributive Justice: A Response to Professor Dagan, 99 MICH. L. REV. 157 (2000)
The Trade Dress Emperor's New Clothes: Why Trade Dress Does Not Belong on the Principal Register, 51 HASTINGS L. J. 1131 (2000)
Trademark Monopolies, 48 EMORY L.J. 367 (1999)
Lotus v. Borland: Copyright and Computer Problems, 70 TUL. L. REV. 2397 (1996)
Reexamining Copyright's Incentives-Access Paradigm, 49 VAND. L. REV. 483 (1996)
Responsibility, Causation, and the Harm-Benefit Line in Takings Jurisprudence, 6 FORDHAM ENVTL. L.J. 433 (1995)
Compensation for Takings: How Much is Just? 42 CATH. U. L. REV. 721 (1993)
A Critical Reexamination of the Takings Jurisprudence, 90 MICH. L. REV. 1892 (1992)
Atari Games v. Nintendo: Does a Closed System Violate the Antitrust Laws?, 5 HIGH TECH. L. J. 29 (1990)
Copyright Protection for ASIC Gate Configurations: PLDs, Custom, and Semicustom Chips, 42 STAN. L. REV. 163 (1989)

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