IP at the Supreme Court Series: Georgia v. Public Resources, Org.

Supreme Court Building
 

December 2, 2019

4:30-7:30pm | Room NT-01

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Issue

Whether the government edicts doctrine extends to—and thus renders uncopyrightable—works that lack the force of law, such as the annotations in the Official Code of Georgia Annotated.

PIJIP'S SUPREME COURT SERIES

American University Washington College of Law regularly invites counsel of record and counsel for selected amici to offer post-argument reflections in intellectual property (and related) cases heard by the Supreme Court. These events are held on the afternoon of oral argument before the Court. 

 

PIJIP News

PIJIP Hosts Post-Argument Discussion of Allen v. Cooper

PIJIP Hosts Post-Argument Discussion of Allen v. Cooper

21 Nov, 2019

On November 5th, the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property (PIJIP) held its second event of the "Intellectual Property at the Supreme Court" series.

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PIJIP Events in Brazil to Focus on Copyright and Rights to Education and Research

PIJIP Events in Brazil to Focus on Copyright and Rights to Education and Research

31 Oct, 2019

PIJIP, in its role as chair of the Global Expert Network on Copyright User Rights, will sponsor two events in Brazil to discuss how copyright can promote rights to access educational and research materials.

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Professor Michael Carroll Participates in World Intellectual Property Organization Conference

Professor Michael Carroll Participates in World Intellectual Property Organization Conference

24 Oct, 2019

American University Washington College of Law Professor Michael Carroll participated in a panel discussion on copyright exceptions and limitations to benefit education and research at the World Intellectual Property Organization’s International Conference on Copyright Limitations and Exceptions for Libraries, Archives, Museums and Educational & Research Institutions on October 18-19, 2019.

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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). PIJIP’s academic programs, including our new LL.M. degree in Intellectual Property, and a first in the nation IP Clinic, offer an unparalleled course of study in the fields of intellectual property and information law. PIJIP’s faculty is among the most prolific and engaged IP faculties in the world. Full-time faculty teach courses in every major topic of the field, including Copyright, Patent, Trademark, Trade Secret, Cyberlaw, and a full array of international intellectual property law courses.