Jonathan J. Darrow
Graduate Fellow, LL.M. Advisor
Adjunct Assistant Professor and Senior Research Consultant, Bentley University
Resident Tutor, Harvard College
jdarrow at sjd.law.harvard.edu
Better Law, Better Drugs: Doctrinal Changes to Spur Innovation and Reduce Costs
The dissertation examines the current state of pharmaceutical innovation, evaluating potential changes to patent and regulatory law that can lead to greater efficiency and more innovative drugs.
- Intellectual Property Law (Professor William W. Fisher, Harvard Law School, Principal Faculty Supervisor)
- Pharmaceutical Industry (Professor Benjamin Roin, Harvard Law School)
- FDA Regulation (Professor Peter Barton Hutt, Harvard Law School)
- Law and Economics (Professor Louis Kaplow, Harvard Law School)
- Patent Law
- Copyright Law
- Trademark Law
- Internet Law
- Food and Drug Law
- Harvard Law School, S.J.D. Candidate 2009-present
- Harvard Law School, LL.M. Program 2008-2009
- Boston College, M.B.A.
- Duke Law School, J.D.
- Cornell University, B.S.
- Harvard Law School, 2009-present, Graduate Program Fellow, LL.M. Advisor
- Bentley University, 2006-present, Adjunct Assistant Professor and Senior Research Consultant
- Plymouth State University, 2006-2009, Assistant Professor of Business Law
- Boston College, 2005-2006, Adjunct Lecturer of Business Law
- Cyberlaw: Text and Cases (South-Western / Cengage 2012).
Chapter 4: Trademarks
Chapter 5: Copyrights
Chapter 6: Patents
Chapter 7: Trade Secrets
- The Legal Environment of Business and Ethics: An Integrated Approach (Wolters Kluwer / Aspen) (forthcoming).
Chapter 3: Administrative Law
Chapter 8: Intellectual Property Law
Chapter 11: Antitrust Law
- Essential Medicines: Why International Price Discrimination May Increasingly Be the Wrong Solution to a Global Drug Problem, 39 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 291 (2011).
- Secondary Considerations: A Structured Framework for Patent Analysis, 74 Albany Law Review 47 (2011).
- Patents, Copyrights, Trademarks, Trade Secrets, four chapters in CyberLaw: Text and Cases (Cengage, 3d ed.) (forthcoming 2010).
- The Bluebook Blues: A Response to Judge Posner, 109 Michigan Law Review First Impressions (2011).
- S.J.D.? What’s That?, 131(6) Harvard Law Record 6 (2011)
- Debunking the “Evergreening” Patents Myth, 131(3) Harvard Law Record 6 (2010).
- The Neglected Dimension of Patent Law’s PHOSITA Standard, 23 Harvard Journal of Law and Technology 227(2009).
- “Do You Really Need My Social Security Number?” Information Collection Practices in the Digital Age, 10 North Carolina Journal of Law And Technology 1 (2008).
- The Patentability of Enantiomers: Implications for the Pharmaceutical Industry, 2007 Stanford Technology Law Review 2 (2007).
- The Search Engine Advertising Market: Lucrative Space or Trademark Liability?, 17 Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal 223 (2009)
- Social Networking Web Sites and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act: A Safe-Harbor from Copyright Infringement Liability or the Perfect Storm? 6 Northwestern Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property 1 (2007)
- Who Owns a Decedent’s E-Mails? Inheritable Probate Assets or Property of the Network?, 10 NYU Journal of Legislation & Public Policy 281 (2007).
- Adverse Employment Consequences Triggered by Criminal Convictions: Recent Cases Interpret State Statutes Prohibiting Discrimination, 42 Wake Forest Law Review 991 (2007).
- Employment Termination for Employee Blogging: Number 1 Tech Trend for 2005 and Beyond, or a Recipe for Getting Dooced?, 2006 UCLA Journal of Law & Technology 4.
- The Question Remains After Raytheon Co. v. Hernandez: Whether No-Rehire Rules Disparately Impact Alcoholics and Former Drug Abusers, 7 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Labor & Employment Law 157 (2004).
Last Updated: October 14, 2011