PIJIP, the American University Center for Media & Social Impact, and the Berkeley Digital Library Copyright Project have released the Statement of Best Practices in Fair Use of Orphan Works for Libraries & Archives. Over 150 librarians, archivists and other memory institution professionals have contributed to the development of this Statement, which provides clear and […]
H.R. 5108, the legislation to permanently establish the USPTO Law School Clinic Pilot Program, was passed by the Senate yesterday. The WCL IP Clinic and clinic students were instrumental in early efforts to establish a student practice rule at the agency.
The Royal Society of Canada has released its Expert Panel on the Status and Future of Canada’s Libraries and Archives has released its report: The Future Now: Canada’s Libraries, Archives, and Public Memory. PIJIP Director Michael Carroll was one of 11 scholars on the panel, which explored how libraries and archives can best adopt to changing […]
Wed, Nov 12 | 5:00-6:30 pm | Room 601
American University Washington College of Law
Learn about career opportunities in trademark law. Meet lawyers who practice in diverse settings.
This week PIJIP is hosting Judges’ Approach to Scientific Thought: Biotechnology, Bioethics, Medicines and the Right to Health, a training for Argentinian judges on the interpretation of international intellectual property law. It is Sponsored by the buenos Aires-based Academy of Exchanges and Judicial Studies.
Repost of a Workshop Report by the South African Screen Federation, (SASFED) Link Friends of the SASFED were invited to a workshop on Copyright Users Rights and the Clearance Culture in South African Filmmaking on August 18, at 10h00, at the NFVF, 87 Central Street, Houghton, 2198, Johannesburg. This workshop was hosted by SASFED and […]
The South African Screen Federation (SASFED), Documentary Filmmakers’ Association (DFA), University of Capetown IP Unit, and American University’s Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property will hold a public briefing on the implications of an international research project on “Copyright Users’ Rights and the Clearance Culture in South African Filmmaking.”
In my scholarship and clinic work, I have been involved for the past several years in representing Native clients in the controversy surrounding the Washington NFL team’s disparaging trademark and related issues. I have had the great privilege to work with Suzan Harjo, the national leader on this effort. Building on this work, I have […]
PIJIP Director Michael Carroll will testify today at 1:00 before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet on the topic “Moral Rights, Termination Rights, Resale Royalty, and Copyright Term.” The full witness list for the hearing is available here. The full text of Michael Carroll’s prepared statement (PDF) follows: Chairman Coble, […]
Fannie Rascle — French journalist (@fannierascle) working for a website called novethic.fr, interviewed me today for an article about TTIP and transparency. Here are her questions and my answers. European Union documents relating to TTIP could be made public after a European Court of Justice ruling yesterday : do you think it is an important decision ? I am not an expert […]