About PIJIP

The Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property (PIJIP) is the internationally recognized intellectual property and information law research and academic program of American University Washington College of Law (AUWCL). Our prolific IP faculty has expertise in every major topic of the field, including Copyright, Patent, Trademark, Trade Secret, Cyberlaw, and international IP.

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Prof. Michael Carroll
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American Branch International Law Association: IP and COVID in International Law

Professor Sean Flynn to Co-Chair ABILA Panel on IP and COVID in International Law

29 Sep, 2020

The roundtable discussion, to be held on October 22, 2020, will be hosted by the American Branch International Law Association Committee on International Intellectual Property.

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Anderson - Federal Judge Seeks Patent Cases

New Article Co-Authored by Professor Jonas Anderson: Federal Judge Seeks Patent Cases

25 Sep, 2020

A new article co-authored by Jonas Anderson, Associate Dean of Scholarship and Professor of Law, and Paul Gugliuzza of Temple University Beasley School of Law is now available on SSRN. Federal Judge Seeks Patent Cases discusses the implications of the centralization of patent cases before a single judge.

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Working Paper Series - Transplanting Fair Use Across the Globe: A Case Study Testing the Credibility of U.S. Opposition

Working Paper Series - Transplanting Fair Use Across the Globe: A Case Study Testing the Credibility of U.S. Opposition

23 Sep, 2020

The Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property and Technology, Law, & Security Program at Digital Commons at American University Washington College of Law present a new working paper -- Transplanting Fair Use Across the Globe: A Case Study Testing the Credibility of U.S. Opposition which discusses the United States’s opposition to the transplanting of U.S. fair use to other countries. The article is available on the AUWCL Digital Commons website.

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