PIJIP News

PIJIP Professors Submit Comments to South African Government Regarding Copyright Reform

PIJIP Professors Submit Comments to South African Government Regarding Copyright Reform

14 Aug, 2018

PIJIP Profs. Sean Flynn, Peter Jaszi and Michael Carroll were among seven law professors and practitioners who jointly drafted comments on pending South African copyright legislation from the Copyright User Rights Network and Creative Commons. 

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Professor Carroll Coauthors National Academies of Science Report: Open Science by Design

Professor Carroll Coauthors National Academies of Science Report: Open Science by Design

12 Jul, 2018

PIJIP Director Michael Carroll served on an ad hoc committee under the N.A.S. Board on Research Data and Information which has completed a study on the challenges of broadening access to the results of scientific research, described as “open science.”

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Professor Farley Teaches Advanced Trademark Law at the Cuban Industrial Property Office

Professor Farley Teaches Advanced Trademark Law at the Cuban Industrial Property Office

29 Jun, 2018

One the the week of Jun 18, PIJIP Professor Christine Farley taught an intensive course in advanced trademark law to Trademark Examining Attorney at the Cuban Industrial Property Office.

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Visiting Scholar Federica Baldan to Present Findings on Patent System Judicial Coherence

Visiting Scholar Federica Baldan to Present Findings on Patent System Judicial Coherence

01 May, 2018

Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at 3 PM | American University Washington College of Law - Warren Building - Room N100C

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Professor Sean Flynn Testifies to Mexican Senate About Copyright Provisions in NAFTA

Professor Sean Flynn Testifies to Mexican Senate About Copyright Provisions in NAFTA

05 Mar, 2018

Professor Sean Flynn testified last week on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) before the Senate of Mexico. His testimony focused on the importance of including provisions in NAFTA to protect the abilities of countries to have general and open public interest copyright exceptions.

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Peter Jaszi Co-Authors New Report on Copyright Permissions Culture in Software Preservation

Peter Jaszi Co-Authors New Report on Copyright Permissions Culture in Software Preservation

15 Feb, 2018

Last week, the Association of Research Libraries published a new report - The Copyright Permissions Culture in Software Preservation and Its Implications for the Cultural Record - by Prof. Peter Jaszi, Patricia Aufderheide Brandon Butler and Krista Cox. The report summarizes results from research with the professionals who make up the software preservation community about how their understanding of copyright intersects with their preservation mission.

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Professor Farley Speaking on Trademarks at USC Gould's 2018 Intellectual Property Institute

Professor Farley Speaking on Trademarks at USC Gould's 2018 Intellectual Property Institute

15 Feb, 2018

Professor Christine Farley will join UC Berkeley Prof. Robert Merges and UCLA Prof. David Nimmer at the USC Gould School of Law's 2018 Intellectual Property Institute. 

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Annual IP Career Counseling and Speed Networking with Alumni

Annual IP Career Counseling and Speed Networking with Alumni

29 Jan, 2018

On January 29, 2018, PIJIP and the IP Law Society held the Annual IP Career Counseling and Speed Networking with Alumni event. Students received personalized career and resume advice from top alumni practitioners from top law firms, companies, and government agencies through scheduled interviews, and at the following reception. 

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Professor Flynn to Speak on the Promotion of Fair Use in Trade Agreements at Vanderbilt University

Professor Flynn to Speak on the Promotion of Fair Use in Trade Agreements at Vanderbilt University

25 Jan, 2018

On February 25, 2018, Professor Sean Flynn will present on "Promoting a Right to Fair Use in Trade Agreements" at the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law 2018 Symposium – Dramatic Changes: International Trade's Effect on Intellectual Property and Human Rights.   

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