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Horace E. Anderson, Jr.

Horace Anderson
Horace E. Anderson, Jr.

Professor of Law; Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
BS, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
JD, University of Pennsylvania Law School

Contact:
handerson@law.pace.edu
(914) 422-4667
Office: P323

Assistants:
Brenda Zamboni
Office: P315
(914) 422-4668

Beryl Brown
for Academic Affairs
Office: P312
(914) 422-4264

Office Hours:
Tuesdays 12:00-1:00 or by appointment

Links:
CV
SSRN

Professor Horace E. Anderson, Jr. joined the Pace Law School faculty in 2004 from the New York office of White & Case LLP. His practice there focused on intellectual property, privacy and data protection, the Internet, and media and technology law.

In addition to his experience in law practice, Professor Anderson has advised companies in business strategy as a consultant at the New York office of Monitor Group, and he worked as a systems integration consultant in the Financial Markets Division of Andersen Consulting (now Accenture). Professor Anderson received a JD from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1996, and a BS in Economics with a concentration in Finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1991.

Publications: 
Papers "No Bitin Allowed: A Hop-Hop Copying Paradigm for All of Us," 20 Tex. Intell. Prop. L.J. 115 (2011).
  "We Can Work it Out: Co-Op Compulsory Licensing as the Way Forward in Improving Access to Anti-Retroviral Drugs," 16 B.U. J. Sci. & Tech. L. 167 (2010)
  "Criminal Minded?: Mixtape DJs, The Piracy Paradox, and Lessons for the Recording Industry," 76" Tennessee Law Review 111 (2008).
  "The Privacy Gambit: Toward a Game Theoretic Approach to International Data Protection," 9 Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law 1 (2006).
  "Ramifications of the Tasini Decision," presented at American Intellectual Property Law Association’s Mid-Winter Institute, February 2002 (with David Bender).
  "Copyright, Computers, and Competition: A Copyright Primer for the Antitrust Practitioner," presented at meeting of American Bar Association Antitrust Section, April 1999 (with David Bender).