Prof. Michael Carroll spoke on a panel about the transition to digital learning at a National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) conference on federal education policy. He discussed the licensing issues involved when student and teachers use and remixing digital materials. As quoted in statescoop.com: “We better think about what are our policies […]
The Glushko-Samuelson Intellectual Property Law Clinic, in collaboration with the Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts (WALA) and GW’s Small Business Clinic will hold another in its series of “Pop Up” Legal Clinics for creative artists and entrepreneurs seeking legal assistance.
Thirty six law professors have signed an open letter to the Federal Communications Commission which states that the only way to protect network neutrality is for the FCC to adopt Open Internet rules under Title II of the Communications Act. Stanford CIS’s statement on the release says: “The letter represents an unprecedented display of support […]
Professor Jonas Anderson and two co-authors, Peter Menell (Berkeley) and Arti Rai (Duke), were the only friends of the Court other than the Solicitor General cited in the Supreme Court’s opinion Teva v. Sandoz, released yesterday. The case involved the standard of review that the appellate court should use in cases involving the interpretation of […]
PIJIP Professor Sean Flynn will speak about intellectual property in trade agreements at a conference on “Convergence and Divergence in Mega-Regional Trade and Investment Agreements.” The conference will be co-hosted by the American University School of International Service and American University Washington College of Law’s Program on International Organizations, Law and Diplomacy. It will be […]
[AULR Announcement, Link] The American University Law Review is proud to announce its upcoming annual Federal Circuit Symposium, “Trending IP Topics in 2015: A Table Talk with Chief Judge Sharon Prost (WCL ’79) and Judge Arthur J. Gajarsa,” to be held on Thursday, February 12, 2015. Hosted at the United States Court of Appeals for the […]
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 […]
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