2012 Events

  • Nov 7: IP at the Supreme Court Series: Already v. Nike
  • Nov 2: The Ninth Annual IP/Gender: Creativity Outside of Intellectual Property’s Domain
  • Nov 1: First Annual Peter Jaszi Distinguished Lecture on Intellectual Property
  • Oct 30: IP Advising – Spring Course Selection
  • Oct 29: IP at the Supreme Court Series:  Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons
  • Oct 16: Intellectual Property, Trade and Development
  • Sep 28: Mid Atlantic Works In Progress
  • Sep 27: Copy Culture, Media Piracy, and Shadow Libraries 
  • Sep 14-15: Limitations and Exceptions Network Workshop
  • Sep 12: Recent Developments in Fair Dealing in Canada
  • Sep 7: Trademark Works in Progress Colloquium
  • Aug 27: PIJIP Discussion on Apple v. Samsung Verdict 
  • Apr: 16 Empowering Users/Creators to Take Control of Their Intellectual Property
  • Apr 11: Traditional Knowledge and Cultural Expression: Whose Property is it Anyway?
  • Apr 11: Innovation and Intellectual Property: The Brazilian Business Agenda
  • Mar 21-22: Inaugural Conference on Global Health, Gender and Human Rights
  • Feb 28: The Federal Circuit: 30 Years Back, 30 Years Forward
  • Feb 14: Whose Information is it Anyway? Health Information Privacy in the Digital Age?
  • Feb 8: Freedom of Speech and Freedom From Harm: Debating the FCC’s Indecency Regulations as Framed by FCC v. Fox Television
  • Jan 25: Regulating Innovation: How the Patent and Trademark Office Intends to Create Adjudication from Scratch

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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