Colleen V. Chien


Section 337 Patent Investigation Management Guide with Menell, Busey, Cordell, Davis, Powers, and Sobin. Lexis (2012)


Enhanced Damages, Litigation Cost Recovery, and Interest in Patent Remedies and Complex Products. Edited by Brad Biddle, Jorge L. Contreras, Brian J. Love, and Norman V. Siebrasse. Cambridge University Press (2019)

Harmony and Disharmony in International Intellectual Property Law in Megaregionalism 2.0. Edited by: Dieter Ernst and Michael G Plummer. World Scientific (2018) | Link to Library Catalog | Link to Full Text


An Empirical Analysis of Diagnostic Patenting Post-Mayo, with Arti Rai, ___ Nature Biotech ___ (forthcoming 2020)

The Second Chance Gap , 118 Michigan Law Review ___ (forthcoming 2020)

Policy Pilots: Experimentation in the Administration of Patent Law, 104 Iowa Law Review 5 (2019) | Link to Full Text

Inter Partes Review and the Design of Post-Grant Patent Reviews, with Christian Helmers, and Alfred Spigarelli, 33 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 817 (2019) | Link to Full Text

Piloting Applicant-Initiated 101 Deferral Through A Randomized Controlled Trial, 2019 Patently-O Patent Law Journal 1 (2019) | Link to Full Text

Comparative Patent Quality, 50 Arizona State Law Journal 71 (2018) | Link to Digital Commons | Link to Full Text

Decoding Patentable Subject Matter, with Jiun Ying Wu, 2018 Patently-O Patent Law Journal 1 (2018) | Link to Full Text

Patent Semi-Comparables, with Eric Schulman, 25 Texas Intellectual Property Law Lournal 215 (2018) | Link to Digital Commons | Link to Full Text

Recalibrating Patent Venue, with Michael Risch, 77 Maryland Law Review 47 (2017) | Link to Full Text

Opening the Patent System: Diffusionary Levers in Patent Law, 89 Southern California Law Review 793 (2016) | Link to Full Text

Software Patents as a Currency, Not Tax, on Innovation, 31 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1669 (2016) | Link to Full Text

Contextualizing Patent Disclosure, 69 Vanderbilt Law Review 1849 (2016) | Link to Full Text

Beyond Eureka: What Creators Want (Freedom, Credit, and Audiences) and How Intellectual Property Can Better Give It to Them (by Supporting Sharing, Licensing, and Attribution), 114 Michigan Law Review 1081 (2016) | Link to Full Text

Holding Up and Holding Out, 21 Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review 1 (2014) | Link to Full Text

Santa Clara Law Best Practices in Patent Litigation Survey, with Daniel Dobkin, Wesley Helmholz, Coryn Millslagle, John Neal, Nicole Shanahan and Christopher Tosetti, 42 AIPLA QUARTERLY JOURNAL 137 (2014) | Link to Full Text

Patent Holdup, the ITC, and the Public Interest, with Lemly, 98 Cornell Law Review 1-45 (2012) | Link to Full Text

Reforming Software Patents, 50 Houston Law Review 325-390 (2012) | Link to Digital Commons

Race to the Bottom, 51 Intellectual Asset Management Magazine 10-17 (January/February 2012) | Link to Digital Commons

Protecting Domestic Industries at the ITC, 28 Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal 169-192 (2011) | Link to Digital Commons

Patent Amicus Briefs: What the Courts' Friends Can Teach Us About the Patent System, 1 UC Irvine Law Review 398-433 (2011) | Link to Digital Commons

Predicting Patent Litigation, 90 Texas Law Review 283-329 (2011) (Reprinted at 44 Intellectual Property Law Review 77-123 (2012)) | Link to Digital Commons

From Arms Race to Marketplace: The New Complex Patent Ecosystem and Its Implications for the Patent System, 62 Hastings Law Journal 297-355 (2010) | Link to Digital Commons

Of Trolls, Davids, Goliaths, and Kings: Narratives and Evidence in the Litigation of High-Tech Patents, (Symposium: Frontiers in Empirical Patent Law Scholarship), 87 North Carolina Law Review 1571-1615 (2009) | Link to Digital Commons

Patently Protectionist? An Empirical Analysis of Patent Cases at the International Trade Commission, 50 William and Mary Law Review 63-114 (2008) | Link to Digital Commons

HIV/AIDS Drugs for Sub-Saharan Africa: How Do Brand and Generic Supply Compare?, 2 PLoS ONE e278 (2007) (Reprinted in HIV/AIDS-Health Care & Human Rights, IFCAI Press (2007)) | Link to Digital Commons

Cheap Drugs at What Price to Innovation: Does the Compulsory Licensing of Pharmaceuticals Hurt Innovation?, 18 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 853-907 (2003) | Link to Digital Commons

Are the U.S. Patent Priority Rules Really Necessary?, with Lemley, 54 Hastings Law Journal 1299-1333 (2003) (Reprinted in 36 Intellectual Property Law Review 3-37 (2004)) | Link to Digital Commons

Book Reviews

Beyond Eureka: What Creators Want (Freedom, Credit, and Audiences) and How Intellectual Property Can Better Give It to Them (By Supporting Sharing, Licensing, and Attribution), 115 Michigan Law Review 101-128 (2016) | Link to Digital Commons

Other Articles

Managing Innovation: University-Industry Partnerships and the Licensing of the Harvard Mouse, with Blaug and Shuster, 22 Nature Biotechnology 761-763 (2004) | Link to Full Text

Tasini: Moving Toward a Global Model for the Use of Journalists' Works?, with DuBois, no. 113 Copyright World 12-14 (Sept. 2001)


Patent Assertion and Startup Innovation. New America Foundation (2013) (Report from the New America Foundation’s Open Technology Institute (OTI)) | Link to Digital Commons

The Effect of Capillary Connectivity Across Horizontal Fractures on Gravity Drainage from Fractured Porous Media Annual Technical Conference: Papers with Stones, Zimmerman and Marsden. (Conference Paper) Society of Petroleum Engineers (1992)