2011 Events

  • November 30: Seventh Annual Finnegan Distinguished Lecture on Intellectual Property
  • November 17-18: Workshop on Research and Resource Commons in Scientific Research, Washington, D.C.
  • Nov 7: Technology and the Threat to Privacy – How Facebook, GPS & Google Are Changing Our Lives
  • Nov 3: Music, Copyright, and the UCLA Law School Music Copyright Infringement Resource
  • Oct 25: Current Directions in Open and Public Access
  • Oct 5: Golan v. Holder – Copyright, the Public Domain, and the First Amendment at the Supreme Court
  • Sep 13: Book Launch – “Reclaiming Fair Use: How to Put Balance Back in Copyright”
  • Aug 25-27: Global Congress on Public Interest Intellectual Property Law
  • Apr 15: Creative License – Exploring the Music Sampling Marketplace
  • Apr 6: Special 301 and the Enforcement Agenda: Competing Perspectives on U.S. Intellectual Property and Trade Policy
  • Apr 1: IP/Gender: Gender and Traditional Cultural Expressions
  • March 16 – How Internet Aggregators are Affecting Journalism and What (If Any) Legal Tools are Needed to Support the Industry
  • Mar 15: Who Owns My Data? IP and Privacy Online
  • Feb 15: Washington “Redskins’: Pride or Prejudice?
  • Feb 10: A First Look at the 2010 Decisions of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
  • Feb 2: Copyright Clearance and Fair Use: A Master Class with Entertainment Lawyer Michael Donaldson
  • Feb 1: Recording Artists Contracts 101

PIJIP News

Letter to Biden Seeks to Ensure Copyright Is Included in the Proposed TRIPS Waiver

Letter to Biden Seeks to Ensure Copyright Is Included in the Proposed TRIPS Waiver

14 Oct, 2021

The letter was endorsed by PIJIP and 11 civil society groups, including EFF and the Wikimedia Foundation.

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Prof. Sean Flynn and University of South Carolina Professor Dick Kawooya Submit Comments to Nigerian Copyright Office

Prof. Sean Flynn and University of South Carolina Professor Dick Kawooya Submit Comments to Nigerian Copyright Office

12 Oct, 2021

The professors present research findings from PIJIP’s Project on the Right to Research in International Copyright relating to the importance of flexibility in copyright law to permit text and data mining (“TDM”).

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Prof. Sean Flynn Quoted in Law360 Story on the Proposed TRIPS Waiver

Prof. Sean Flynn Quoted in Law360 Story on the Proposed TRIPS Waiver

05 Oct, 2021

The TRIPS wavier -currently under debate at the World Trade Organization - would suspend certain trade obligations to protect intellectual property in situations where they are hampering the fight against Covid-19.

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