Christina Mulligan

Associate Professor of Law

250 Joralemon Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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Areas of Expertise

Internet law
Cybercrime
Intellectual property

Education
B.A., Harvard University
J.D., Harvard Law School

The Wall Street Journal: The Big Number

11/14/2016

Professor Minor Myers comments on the phenomenon of Investors pulling money away from fund managers that seek change at the expense of companies whose shares they buy.

The Daily Caller: Could A Retired Justice Fill In While Scalia’s Seat Remains Empty?

9/22/2016

Professor Minor Myers points out that retired justices maintain some prerogatives, such as retaining law clerks and continuing to adjudicate cases in the district or circuit courts.

The Wall Street Journal: Perrigo Activist Campaign Was Inevitable, Says Expert

9/13/2016

Professor Minor Myers says it was a “matter of time” before a company launched a campaign against Perrigo shareholders.

New York Post: Kim and Kanye could be in serious trouble if Taylor takes them to court

7/17/2016

Professor Christina Mulligan points out that the ephemeral nature of the Snapchat platform, which Kardashian used to record Taylor Swift, has no effect on what penalties the couple could face in a potential lawsuit.

Professor Mulligan Authors Washington Post Article on Legal Status of “Fifty Shades of Grey”

2/12/2015

Professor Christina Mulligan wrote an article that appeared in the Feb. 11 Washington Post, that examined whether the novel (and now film) “Fifty Shades of Grey” infringes upon “Twilight” copyrights, since the former was originally composed as fan fiction of the latter.