Presenter, "Trademarks and Wine," Greater Richmond IP Law Association, University of Richmond School of Law, Richmond (April 2019).
Presenter, "Patent-Eligible Subject Matter… Still Wielding the Wrong Weapon – 12 years later," IP Redux 2.0, University of New Hampshire School of Law, Concord, New Hampshire (April 2019)
Moderator, "7-Minute Presentations of Works in Progress," 21st Annual Faculty Conference - Federalist Society, Federalist Society, New Orleans (Jan. 2019).
Moderator, "Dispatches from the Patent Wars: The High-Stakes Battle Between Qualcomm and Apple," Federalist Society Teleforum, Federalist Society, Washington, D.C. (Jan. 2019).
Presenter, "The Realpolitik of IP," AALS Annual Meeting, Association of American Law Schools, New Orleans (Jan. 2019).
Moderator, "New Technologies, Business Models, & Standards," CPIP 6th Annual Meeting, George Mason University Scalia School of Law (Oct. 2018).
Keynote Speaker, "Moving the 101 Ball Forward," BIO IP & Diagnostics Symposium, Alexandria (Sept. 2018).
Presenter, "Seeking Patent Clarity," Roundtable on Empirical Methods in Intellectual Property, Northwestern School of Law, Chicago (May 2018).
Panelist, "The PTAB's Effect on Patent Law," The Power of PTAB Symposium, Chicago-Kent College of Law (Oct. 2017).
Presenter, "Institutional Design for Innovation: Better Solutions for Addressing 101 Statutory Subject Matter," Entrepreneurship 2.0, Nova Southeastern Law School, Fort Lauderdale, Florida (Oct. 2017).
Panelist, "Patent Law & Antitrust," The Federalist Society IP Practice Group Teleforum (Sept. 2017).
Panelist, "Is there a 'Death Squad' at the U.S. Patent Office? Examining the Patent Trial and Appeal Board," Regulatory Transparency Project Teleforum (Aug. 2017).
Moderator, "Fostering Innovation and Creativity in the Face of Increased Antitrust Scrutiny," Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property, Antonin Scalia School of Law at George Mason University, Summer Institute at Beaver Creek, Colorado (July 2017)
Round Table Participant, "Research Colloquium on Philosophical Approaches to Intellectual Property," Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property, Antonin Scalia School of Law at George Mason University (May 2017).
Moderator, "Does there need to be reform of the regulatory reform?" The New Role of the Administrative State in the Innovation Economy, Antonin Scalia School of Law atGeorge Mason University Center for the Study of the Administrative State/Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (May 2017).
Presenter, "Perceptions & Realities - Examining Patent Troll Narratives in the Media," Stanford Patent Litigation Symposium (May 2017).
Moderator, "Impression Products v. Lexmark International and the Law of Patent Exhaustion," Federalist Society Teleforum (March 2017).
Panelist, "FTC’s 6(b) Patent Assertion Entity Study," Federalist Society Teleforum (Oct. 2016).
Participant, Center for the Protection of IP Roundtable, CPIP Summer Institute, Seattle, Wa. (Aug. 2016).
Presenter, "A Closer Look at TIA Standards in the Field of Mobile Technology," Fourth Annual Research Roundtable on Technology Standards, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law Searle Center on Law, Regulation, and Economic Growth (May 2016).
Commentator, MSU Junior Scholar IP Workshop, Michigan State University School of Law (May 2016).
Presenter, "Works-in-Progress: Cooperation and Collaboration in Innovation," Edison Fellowship Meeting, Center for the Protection of IP, Orlando, Fla. (Jan. 2016).
Panelist, "Mobile Tech," IP Platform Conference, George Mason University School of Law's Center for Protection of Intellectual Property (Sept. 2015)
Panelist, "Is It Time for a New Patent Law? A Debate," The Heritage Foundation (May 2015)
Presenter, "Patent Reform Update: Studying the Studies on Patent Litigation," The Federalist Society, Washington, D.C. (April 2015)
Panelist, "The Nature of the Firm in the Innovation and Creative Industries," "Common Ground: How Intellectual Property Unites Creators and Innovators," George Mason University School of Law (Oct. 2014).
Communicating Communications Policy, Invited Speaker, 2012 TPRC: 40th Research Conference on Communication, Information and Internet Policy (George Mason University School of Law, September 2012)
Communicating Communications Policy, Twelfth Annual Intellectual Property Scholars Conference (Stanford Law School, August 2012)
A Rhetorical View of Claim Construction, Second Annual Patent Conference (works in progress) (Boston College Law School, May 2012)
The Shape of Things to Come: What We Can Learn from Patent Claim Length, Eleventh Annual Intellectual Property Scholars Conference (DePaul University College of Law, August 2011)
Panelist (invited), Intellectual Property & Human Rights, Symposium: The Global Impact and Implementation of Human Rights Norms (University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, March 2011)
A Penguin's Defense of the Doctrine of Equivalents, Invited Speaker, Plain Meaning in Context: Can Law Survive its Own Language? (NYU School of Law, February 2011)