Mark Bartholomew on the Right of Publicity
Areas of expertise: intellectual property, copyright, trademarks, cyber law, cybersecurity bills (e.g. SOPA and CISPA), net neutrality, advertising law
Mark Bartholomew's scholarship focuses on the historical and
normative underpinnings of intellectual property law. His research
explores the impact of law, culture, and technological change on
society. He teaches copyright, trademarks, advertising law, and
cyber law, among other classes. Bartholomew, JD, received the UB
Law School's only teaching award, the Faculty Award, in 2008 and
2012. He graduated from Yale Law School, where he served as senior
editor of the Yale Law Journal.
Professor of Law
School of Law
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