Law Review & Articles

  1. “How Tweet It Is!” Have Twitter Archives Been Left in the Dark? U. ILL. J. L. TECH. & POL’Y (2019) (forthcoming May 2019) (peer-reviewed).
  2. The RCEP and Trans-Pacific Intellectual Property Norms : Implications for India (under review).
  3. A Survey of Intellectual Property Issues Between U.S. and India under the Special 301 Report, N.C.J. INT’L L. & COM. REG. (2018) (forthcoming February 2019).
  4. Online Piracy of Live Sports Telecasts in India, 28(2) MARQ. SPORTS L. REV. 433 (2018), available at https://scholarship.law.marquette.edu/sportslaw/vol28/iss2/6/.
  5. TRIPS, Technological Developments and the Rights of Broadcasting Organizations: Deliberate Ignorance or Political Stalemate? 24 (4) J.L. & TECH., no. 3, 2018, available at https://jolt.richmond.edu/trips-technological-developments-and-the-rights-of-broadcasting-organizations-political-stalemate-or-deliberate-ignorance/.
  1. A Copyright Incentive for Promoting “Aesthetic Sports” in India (forthcoming), 3 (1) GEO. ENT. & MED. ALL. L. REV. (2018).
  1. Put the Common Law Above Copyright (Book Review of Intellectual Privilege: Copyright, Common Law & the Common Good by Tom W. Bell) 12 (2) JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY & PRACTISE 152 (pp. 152-155) (Feb. 2017) (peer-reviewed), available at https://doi.org/10.1093/jiplp/jpw182.
  2. Traditional Knowledge Digital Library: A Silver Bullet in the War against Biopiracy? 17 J. MARSHALL REV. INTELL. PROP. L. 214 (2017) available at https://repository.jmls.edu/ripl/vol17/iss2/4/.
  3. A Pragmatic Look at Copyright’s Overreach (Book Review of Copyright Unbalanced: From Incentive to Excess by Jerry Brito) 12 (6) JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY & PRACTISE 526 (pp. 526-527) (June 2017) (peer-reviewed), available at https://doi.org/10.1093/jiplp/jpx043.
  4. Bridging the Divide in Indian IP Discourse (Book Review of Create, Copyright, Disrupt : India’s Intellectual Property Dilemmas by Prashant Reddy T. & Sumathi Chandrashekaran) 12 (9) JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY & PRACTISE 810 (pp. 810-812) (Sept. 2017) (peer-reviewed) available at https://doi.org/10.1093/jiplp/jpx091.
  5. Why and On What Terms Should India Accede to the Proposed Treaty for the Protection of Broadcasting Organizations? ECONOMIC & POLITICAL WEEKLY (Nov. 2017), Vol. 52, Issue No. 45, pp.65-72 (Special Articles) (peer-reviewed) available at http://www.epw.in/author/seemantani-sharma.
  6. Navigating Copyrightability of Tweets under US & Indian Law: Is there or is there not? INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEGAL SCIENCES & RESEARCH (2016), pp. 275 – 281 available at https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers2.cfm?abstract_id=2727969.