Congratulations to 3L Blair Russell whose paper was one of three winners in IDEA®: The Intellectual Property Law Review’s Student Intellectual Property Writing Competition. Read Blair’s paper, “Economics of Process Methods: Intellectual Property Movements and Guideposts for Information Age Patents.”
Professor John Tehranian has published a new book: Infringement Nation: Copyright 2.0 and You. Written on the occasion of copyright’s 300th anniversary, Professor Tehranian’s book examines of the history and evolution of copyright law and its profound impact on the lives of ordinary individuals in the twenty-first century.
Keynote speaker Professor Tom Bell discussed and even sang about the first amendment, copyright and “unoriginal speech” at the Liberty Tree Conference on Censorship hosted at Cal State Fullerton. “The problem with copyright is that the rights of users get smaller and smaller,” Bell said at the Conference. Read about it here.
Student IP Society joins practitioners at Chapman’s International IP Symposium. Learn more…