This event is co-sponsored by the UNH Law and Sports Illustrated. This a public event and open to all (admission is free). Please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The town hall will feature some of the most influential and insightful people in the business and law of college sports.
Ed O'Bannon's class action lawsuit against the NCAA could radically change college sports as we know it. Through legal arguments sounding in intellectual property and antitrust, O'Bannon contends that current and former Division I men's …
April 26 & 27 The University of New Hampshire School of Law's Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property will host the 15th Comprehensive Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) Seminar, in cooperation with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), on April 26-27, 2013 in Concord, NH.
The Comprehensive PCT Seminar is geared toward patent attorneys, patent agents, patent administrators, paralegals, and law students who are seeking in-depth knowledge and understanding of the Patent Cooperation Treaty.
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UNH Law Graduate Program staff will be at the LLM Recruitment Forum hosted by the Law School Admission Council in New York City. Held on Saturday, October 13 from 11:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. at the Hilton New York (1335 Avenue of the Americas), this forum gives prospective students the chance to learn about UNH Law's pioneering IP graduate program and our International Criminal Law & Justice program.
For more information on the forum, or to register, see: http://www.lsac.org/llm/llm-rec-forum.asp
DAY ONE (Friday, September 28)
12.00 noon: WELCOME LUNCH
• Franklin Pierce Center for IP Board Room, UNH Law
All presentations/sessions will take place in ROOM 274 (one floor up from the Board Room)
1.30 – 3.50 p.m.: SESSION ONE – SETTING THE STAGE: IP & THE CONSTITUTION IN CONTEXT
Sean O’Connor: "The Missing Context of the IP Clause: Madison, Jefferson, and the Influence of the French Philosophes Encyclopédie Project"
Llew Gibbons: "Evolving State Laws to Conform with International Treaty Obligations"
Dan Cahoy: "The Evolution of Patent …
The Licensing Executives Society and the Student IP Law Association are pleased to announce their first seminar of the year scheduled at 11:45 am.
UNH Law's Christopher Frerking, Professor of Law and Director of the Patent Practice and Procedure Program, will be hosting Professor Greg R. Vetter of the University of Houston Law Center.
Professor Vetter's talk is entitled Open Source and Free Software: Collaborative Licensing, Communal Development and Commercial Considerations.
Lunch will be served. All are welcome to attend. Please RSVP.
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12:30pm – 6:30pm
Room 282 - UNH Law's Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property.
This event is being hosted by UNH Law's Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property. Featuring:
DAVID KAPPOS, Under-Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property & Director, United States Patent & Trademark Office
HON. RANDALL R. RADER, Chief Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
Hon. Paul J. Barbadoro, Judge, US District Court for New Hampshire
Arthur W. Coviello, Senior Associate, Wilmer Hale
Paul Dacier, Executive Vice-President & General Counsel, EMC Corporation
The University of New Hampshire School of Law's Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property will host the 14th Comprehensive Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) Seminar, in cooperation with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), on April 27-28, 2012 in Concord, NH.
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Judge Arthur Gajarsa will be presenting his third lecture in the America Invents Act series. He will be speaking on "Post Grant Examination Proceedings" under the new law, which will mean major changes to US patent practice when the AIA takes effect this September. This event will be held from 11:45am – 12:45pm in room 282 of the Franklin Pierce Center for IP.
Judge Arthur Gajarsa will be presenting his second lecture in the America Invents Act series. He will be speaking on the new "First to File patent system," which could prove to be one of the most important changes being made to US patent law. This event will be held from 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm in room 282 of the Franklin Pierce Center for IP
The University of New Hampshire School of Law's Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property presents the second in a series of talks by technical, policy and legal experts on two controversial bills pending before Congress relating to intellectual property enforcement: the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity & Theft of IP Act (PROTECT-IP Act or PIPA). On Thursday, April 12, Professor Eric Goldman, Director of the High Tech Law Institute at the …