Indiana University Bloomington

CIPR Launches Purdue IP Club

Professor Norm Hedges, Casey Nemecek, and 2L students Ryan McDonnell and Evan Glass traveled to Purdue last Wednesday to host a workshop for Purdue engineering students, sponsored by the Center for Intellectual Property Research and the Purdue IP Club, a new student organization formed in consultation with the Center. The workshop covered the importance of…

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Applications Now Being Accepted for 2017-18 IP Moot Court

All rising 2Ls and 3Ls are invited to apply to participate on one of the law school’s IP Moot Court competition teams for the 2017-18 season. Students who are selected earn credits for their participation and are supervised by faculty. The Center for Intellectual Property Research covers reasonable expenses associated with participation. The application deadline…

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IP Students Share Copyright Law 101 with Local Creators

On March 2, 2017 Thomas Raborg (3L), Justin Sagnella (3L), Rafael Huang (3L), and Anthony Denis (2L) presented an overview of copyright law to an engaged audience of local musicians, writers, photographers, and more. All four students participate in the IU IP Clinic, where public speaking is one of the skills that Director Norman Hedges (who…

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USPTO Grants IP Clinic’s First Patent

First Patent, Belonging To Ryan Haugarth, Covers A System And Method For Tracking Consumer Product Interaction With Objects In A Physical Environment. The patent for invention number US 9,514,471 B2 is for tracking consumer interactions with products in a physical environment by pairing movement of an object with a radio frequency identification (RFID) tag to…

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Read About Fall 2016 Resume Roundtable Interviews

The fourth resume roundtable event attracted a large crowd of 1L and 2L students, as well as IP attorneys from across the state. Eleven students participated in the event, each of them participating in at least three one-on-one interviews. The short interviews required students to be quick on their feet, but gave them opportunities to…

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USPTO Visits IP Clinic

For the second year in a row, a representative from the US Patent & Trademark Office of Enrollment and Discipline, visited the Center for Intellectual Property Research to meet with our IP Clinic as well as first year students interested in learning more about career opportunities within the USPTO. Students from the IP Clinic were…

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