Alfred C. Yen is Professor of Law, Law School Fund Scholar, and Director of the Emerging Enterprises and Business Law Program at Boston College Law School. Professor Yen also served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Boston College Law School from 2000-2002, and as Visiting Scholar at the University of Arizona from 2012-2014. For 2007-08, he was Inaugural Distinguished Visiting Scholar of Intellectual Property at Drexel University School of Law. Professor Yen’s works include articles about third party copyright liability in the Georgetown, Case Western, and Minnesota law reviews, as well as the casebook Copyright: Essential Cases and Materials, Second Edition (2011, West Publishing), co-authored with Joseph Liu. His most recent publication, The Constructive Role of Confusion in Trademark, is forthcoming in the North Carolina Law Review.