Posts tagged: ipipl

Filmmaker Michael Moore to keynote RIPL symposium

Posted October 22, 2014 by

The Associated Press via ABC  - Oct 22, 2014

Filmmaker Michael Moore will be the keynote speaker at The John Marshall Law School Review of Intellectual Property Law 6th Annual Symposium on Oct 24, 2014. Moore is in town to present at the Chicago International Film Festival.

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Professor Lim nominated among top antitrust law professors in worldwide poll

Posted October 16, 2014 by

Houston Chronicle - October 15, 2014

Professor Daryl Lim is one of 24 scholars from around the world to be nominated by the Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog - a prominent publication within antitrust circles - as one of the top antitrust professors in the field.

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US and Asian Attorneys, Judges, Scholars Present International Conference

Posted October 13, 2014 by
US and Asian Attorneys, Judges, Scholars Present International Conference

Protecting trade secrets in Asia and the United States is among the most complex issues Chinese, America and other companies face today. How do U.S. and Asian trade secret protection systems compare? What are the challenges of litigating secrets? These questions and more were addressed Sept. 18, 2014, at “Protecting Trade Secrets in Asia and…

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Not all US patent laws are adopted globally: Professor Doris Long

Posted October 2, 2014 by

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - October 1, 2014

Professor Doris Long discusses the differences between two biotech gene patent cases, one decided in the United States and the other in Australia.

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Entrepreneur alum Ashish Patel details 5 legal mistakes made by startups

Posted September 18, 2014 by

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - September 17, 2014

John Marshall alum Ashish Patel (JD'13) says entrepreneurs often shortchange themselves when it comes to intellectual property. It's just one of five common legal mistakes made by startups, which Patel detailed for participants of a weekly series of lunchtime workshops from Entrepreneurs Unpluggd.

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Professor Long: Employees could be a company's most dangerous secrets threat

Posted September 8, 2014 by

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - September 8, 2014

Professor Doris Long gives an in-depth look at how trade secret protection is evolving around the world and how employees who take their work home could pose a major threat to companies everywhere.

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Professor Collins: Sockless lawyer disrespects court formality

Posted September 4, 2014 by

USA Today - September 3, 2014

Professor Maureen Collins comments on the case of an Indiana attorney who faces possible sanctions for refusing to wear socks in court.

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Report commissioned by Canadian government cites work by Professor Lim

Posted August 27, 2014 by

San Francisco Gate - August 26, 2014

Professor Daryl Lim’s book, "Patent Misuse and Antitrust: Empirical, Doctrinal and Policy Perspectives", has been used in an analysis prompted by Industry Canada, the microeconomic policy arm of the Government of Canada.

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Adjunct Professor McGrath analyzes issues in Pom Wonderful v. Coca-Cola case

Posted August 11, 2014 by

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - August 6, 2014

William McGrath - associate director of the Center for Intellectual Property, Information and Technology Law and an adjunct professor - explores the unique legal issues that Pom Wonderful Inc. faces in its ongoing lawsuit against Coca-Cola.

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Professor Long discusses how the Aereo ruling might impact cloud storage

Posted August 11, 2014 by

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - August 7, 2014

Professor Doris Long discusses the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in American Broadcasting Companies Inc. v. Aereo Inc. and what impact the holding might have on video streaming and cloud storage moving forward.

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