On Wednesday, August 2, 2017 – Professor Christine Farley will present a webinar through AIPLA, “Debriefing the Supreme Court’s Tam Decision.” The Supreme Court held unanimously that the Lanham Act’s prohibition against registering disparaging trademarks with the USPTO violates the First Amendment. Tune in to get the answer to the question everyone is asking: where […]
On June 20th, Professor Vicki Phillips (Professor of the Practice of Law and Director of the Glushko-Samuelson Intellectual Property Law Clinic, Washington College of Law, American University) will speak on the recent Matal v. Tam decision. The Supreme Court has ruled that part of a 1946 law prohibiting trademarks that disparage others violates the First […]
The Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property (PIJIP) at American University Washington College of Law (AUWCL) has been approved to receive a generous gift from Google Inc. The generous gift will support the work of PIJIP to undertake research and dissemination activities on the promotion of copyright balance in international trade agreements, including particularly in […]
On April 21st, WCL’s Professor Jonas Anderson will be speaking at Mitchell Hamline School of Law at the Trade Secret Conference. Professor Anderson will be discussing the empirics of trade secret law and the lack of empirical studies on this subject matter. See the whole program, here.
On April 27th, Professor Christine Farley will speak at Duquesne Law School, along with the Pittsburgh Intellectual Property Law Association and the Federal Bar Association on the CLE, “A Name Worth Fighting For? The Slants, Trademark Law, and Free Expression.” Simon Tam, the band’s founder and bassist, will join with Professor Farley and other legal scholars in a […]
On May 11th, Professor Jonas Anderson will speak at the Stanford Patent Litigation Symposium. Leading experts from the public sector, private practice, and academia will gather at Stanford on May 10th and 11th, 2017, to address the phenomenon of the patent assertion entity (PAE) and the state of patent law reform. The first Stanford Patent Litigation […]
On April 11th, Associate Director of PIJIP, Sean Flynn will speak at an international seminar, “Dimensions of Intellectual Property,” in Brazil. He will be joined by magistrate judges, IP agents and public servants, and will speak on the legal, economic and political dimensions of intellectual property on a global scale.
On April 7th, Professor Christine Farley will speak at NYU School of Law’s International Intellectual Property Law Roundtable. She will be speaking on “Territoriality in US Unfair Competition Law” and trademark law. You can see the full program, here.
On April 1st, Associate Director of PIJIP Sean Flynn spoke at Texas A&M Law School. The symposium, titled, “Intellectual Property and Global Development: 50 Years After Stockholm,” examined the development of the international intellectual property regime since the Stockholm Intellectual Property Conference in June–July 1967. In addition to developments concerning the Berne and Paris Conventions, the TRIPS […]
On Friday, March 17th, American University Washington College of Law’s Glusko-Samuelson IP Clinic was accepted into the patent portion of the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s (“USPTO”) Law School Clinic Certification Program (“Program”). Participation in the patent portion of the Program commenced on April 1, 2017. The IP Clinic is now certified in both […]