Panelist on the topic "Is Grand Copyright Possible?" at the 23rd Annual Computers, Freedom & Privacy Conference, "Our Computers, Our Freedom: Can You Trust Anyone in the Digital Age?", Washington, D.C., June 25-26, 2013.
Taught U.S. copyright law at the University of Tokyo as part of the Michigan Law Faculty Exchange Program, July 2012.
Gave a seminar on "Copyright Reform for the 21st Century"
to faculty and grad students at the University of Tokyo, July 5, 2012.
Participated in the Fourth Trademark Scholars Roundtable at DePaul University Center for Intellectual Property Law and Information Technology, April 20-21, 2012.
Spoke on "The Future of Copyright Law" at the University of Detroit-Mercy Law Review Sympoisum on the Future of Intellectual Property Law, March 9, 2012.
Spoke at the American Society for Theatre Research/Theatre Library Association 2011 Conference, Montreal, Quebec, November 20, 2011.
Participated in a panel discussion on "Killer Apps, Conflicting Law: Remixing Compensation in Music Services" at the 2011 Future of Music Coalition Policy Summit, October 2011.
Spoke on "the future of computers and writing" for the closing town hall session of the Sweetland Writing Center's 2011 conference on writing on computers, May 2011.
Participated in the third Trademark Scholars' Roundtable on "The Role of Confusion in Modern Trademark Law," University of Indiana Maurer School of Law, April 2011.
Presented the paper, "Readers' Copyright," to the Fordham Law and Intellectual Property Colloquium, February 2011.
Worked with Melissa Levine, lead copyright officer, University of Michigan Library; Christine Gregory, Michigan Law Assistant Dean for Student Affairs; Amy Sankaran, Michigan Law Director of Externship and Pro Bono Programs; and Michigan Law grad Brandon Wiener, '11, to set up a copyright law externship in the U-M Library Copyright Office, August 2010 to June 2011.
Delivered the keynote speech at the inaugural MPublishing Copyright Camp organized by the University of Michigan Library, July 2010.
Participated in the second Trademark Scholars Roundtable, DePaul Law School, April 2010.
Presented "Play Right in America" at the Copyright@300 Symposium: Looking Back at the Statute of Anne and Looking Forward to the Challenges of the Future at the UC Berkeley School of Law, April 2010.
Spoke on "Copyright and Libraries: The Challenge" at the Dean Laura N. Gasaway Tribute Symposium presented by the North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology, March 2010.
Panelist, "Law: Reform or Entropy," OnCopyright 2010: The Collision of Ideas—Art, Society,Technology & Law, New York, March 2010.