RICHEY - Susan M. Richey

Prof. Susan M. Richey

Professor of Law
B.S., College of William and Mary
B.A., University of Baltimore
J.D., University of Maryland School of Law

Biography

Updated: Jan. 28, 2013

 

Books

  • Trademark Valuation (Wiley, 2d ed. forthcoming 2013) (with Gordon Smith)

Articles

  • Confronting Federal Registrations: Examining the Confrontation Right in the Prosecution of Intellectual Property Crimes (work-in-progress)
  • The Troubling Role of Federal Registration in Proving Intellectual Property Crimes, 50 Am. Crim. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2013)
  • Characterizing 'Congressional Medal of Honor' as a Collective Membership Mark and the First Amendment Implications of Criminalizing its Unauthorized Use, solicited by 47 New Eng. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2013) (with John M. Greabe)
  • The Second Kind of Sin: Making the Case for a Duty to Disclose Facts Related to Genericism and Functionality in the Trademark Office, 67 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 137 (2010)
  • Protecting Product Design: What Does Your Advertising Say?, N.H. Bus. Rev., May 2004.
  • Online Privacy: Federal Legislation and the Role of the FTC, N.H. B.J. 2000.

Other

  • Interdisciplinary Experiential Education of Intellectual Property Concepts in an Engineering Context (IEEE Transforming Engineering Education: Creating Interdisciplinary Skills for Complex Global Environments, April 2010, Dublin, Ireland).
  • Category Theory Applied to Trademark Law:  Cognitive Economy as the Paramount Goal in Genericism Cases (presented at 7th Annual IP Scholars Conference, Aug. 2007, Chicago, Ill.).
  • Wages for the Sin of Omission in the Trademark Office:  Should Applicants Be Under a Duty to Disclose? (6th Works-in-Progress Intellectual Property Colloquium, Sept. 2006, Pittsburgh, Pa.).
  • Wages for the Sin of Omission in the Trademark Office:  Should Applicants Be Under a Duty to Disclose? accepted for presentation at Works in Progress Intellectual Property Colloquium 2006, Univ. of Pittsburgh School of Law, Oct. 6-7, 2006.  
  • Appropriation Art:  Overview of Copyright and Trademark Law, Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, Mass., Feb. 2005 and Feb. 2006, and Endicott College, Beverly, Mass., Dec. 2005.
  • Intellectual Property Issues for Educational Institutions (Univ. of NH, 2000).*
  • Web Site Law (Federal Practice Institute, 2000).*
  • Copyright and Privacy Law: 21st Century Dimensions and What You Need to Know (New Eng. Museum Assoc. Annual Conf., 2000).*
  • Legal Issues for Small Cultural Institutions (NH Historical Society Technical Workshop, 2000).*
  • Copyright and Infotech Issues (Education Law Institute, 2000).*
  • Copyright and Trademark Laws Regarding Design Work (NH Design Coalition, 2000).*
  • Workshop on Challenges and Opportunities in the 21st Century (WIPO/Unitar Series on Intellectual Property, 2000).*
  • Copyright, Electronic Resource and Teaching (Univ. of NH, 2000).*
  • Intellectual Property for the Non-Specialist (NH Bar Ass'n Continuing Legal Education, 2000).*
  • Representing Businesses in the Age of E-Commerce (NH Bar Ass'n Continuing Legal Education, 2000).*

*Copy of material on file with author.