The Center for Intellectual Property Research cordially invites you to its annual alumni-student reception, to be held Thursday, August 3, at the Apogee Lounge in Chicago. The reception will take place after a day of interviews for our students attending the Loyola Patent Law Interview Program. CIPR Alumni-Student Reception Thursday, August 3 5pm Apogee Lounge 2W Erie Street, Chicago, IL If you have not done so already, kindly RSVP to Casey Nemecek (firstname.lastname@example.org) by August 1. Special thanks to…Find out more »
Join us for our 6th annual CIPR Kick-Off Event on Thursday, Aug. 10 starting at 7pm. We’ll be convening in the Hoosier Room at Nick’s English Hut. This is an informal event and a great chance to help us welcome incoming students. We will be providing the appetizers, pizza, and soda. You can find more info and RSVP at the Facebook event here: https://goo.gl/JM155g.Find out more »
For all students interested in intellectual property law (patents, trademarks, and copyrights), please join the Intellectual Property Association (IPA) for our first meeting to learn more about our organization and the events we have planned for this year. You do not need to have a science or engineering background to join. Previous 2L and 3L members are encouraged to attend as well! Non-pizza lunch will be provided.Find out more »
Perry Saidman will be giving a talk today titled “The Demise of the Functionality Doctrine in Design Patent Law” as part of Professor Mark D. Janis’ IP Colloquium. The event is scheduled to take place in Baier Hall, Room 216. Two hours of Indiana CLE credit approved. Perry Saidman is a recognized pioneer in design law. His career as a design patent expert was launched in 1988 with the seminal design patent infringement case Avia Group Int’l. v. L.A. Gear…Find out more »
Emily Pence (’13) (Mayer Brown, Chicago) will be on campus today as part of the CIPR’s IP Practitioner-in-Residence program. In addition to attending IP classes, Emily will be giving a lunch talk at noon in Rm 213, and will be available for informal meetings with students throughout the day in Rm 340. Emily Pence is an Intellectual Property associate in Mayer Brown’s Chicago office. She assists both established and emerging clients on intellectual property matters related to copyrights, domain names,…Find out more »
Join us for a panel discussion with IU Maurer School of Law alums working in the field of Intellectual Property! The panelists will give a brief background on their work followed by time for student questions. The event will begin in Room 122. Following the panel discussion, we will move to the Faculty Lounge (310) for a reception and time to mingle with the attorneys. This is an valuable opportunity to meet and chat with new graduates immersed in IP!…Find out more »
Christopher Carani will be giving a talk today titled “Design Rights: Functionality & Scope Protection” as part of Professor Mark D. Janis’ IP Colloquium. The event is scheduled to take place in Baier Hall, Room 216. Two hours of Indiana CLE credit approved. Christopher V. Carani, Esq. is a partner at the Chicago-based IP law firm of McAndrews, Held & Malloy, Ltd. He is widely recognized as a leading authority in the field of design law, having litigated, prosecuted, published…Find out more »
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Sarah Burstein will be giving a talk today titled “The ‘Article of Manufacture’ Today” as part of Professor Mark D. Janis’ IP Colloquium. The event is scheduled to take place in Baier Hall, Room 216. Two hours of Indiana CLE credit pending. Sarah Burstein is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Oklahoma College of Law and a recognized expert in design patent law. Prior to joining the faculty at OU, Professor Burstein clerked for the Honorable Robert…Find out more »
Christopher Buccafusco will be giving a talk today titled “Functionality Screens” as part of Professor Mark D. Janis’ IP Colloquium. The event is scheduled to take place in Baier Hall, Room 216. Two hours of Indiana CLE credit pending. Professor Buccafusco’s research employs empirical social science methods to test fundamental assumptions about how the intellectual property system functions. IP law attempts to affect people’s creative behavior by offering them incentives to innovate, share, and use new works and inventions, but…Find out more »