Joel Voelzke, Esq.
Selected Articles Written by Joel Voelzke
The following are links to copies of articles as originally published. The law has changed in various ways since these articles and the summaries below were written.
These articles do not constitute legal advice. You should consult an attorney for legal advice.
Don’t Shoot; I’m Just the Website Host!, 20 Computer & Internet Lawyer No.5 (May 2003)
The Law of Unintended Consequences How the DMCA’s Anti-Circumvention Provisions are Being Used to Circumvent Anti-Tying Law, 12 Century City Lawyer No. 3 (March 2003)
Copyright from Copy-Wrong, Hosting Tech (Dec. 2002)
Squeezing The Web Site Host: Whether You Can Pressure A Web Site Host Into Taking Down An Objectionable Web Site Depends Upon The Right You Are Asserting, 27 New Matter, Official Publication of the State Bar Of California Intellectual Property Section No. 2/3 (Summer/Fall 2002)
New Cybersquatting Law Gives Trademark Owners Powerful New Weapons Against Domain Name Pirates, 17 The Computer Lawyer No. 2 (February 2000)
Congress Aims Its Cannons at Domain Name Pirates, 15 Computer Law Association Bulletion No. 1 (2000)
Patent Marking Under 35 U.S.C. §287(a): Products, Processes, and the Deception of the Public, 29 Intellectual Property Law Review 21 (1997) (co-winner of the Federal Circuit Bar Association writing competition, and selected as one of the best intellectual property law review articles of the year)