This lecture will be delivered by Michael B. Abramowicz, Professor of Law, The George Washington University Law School. Prof. Abramowicz specializes in law and economics, spanning areas including intellectual property, civil procedure, corporate law, administrative law, and insurance law. His research has been published in the California Law Review, Columbia Law Review, Cornell Law Review, Harvard Law Review, Michigan Law Review, New York University Law Review, Stanford Law Review, University of Chicago Law Review, Virginia Law Review, Yale Law Journal, and many others. He has also published a book, Predictocracy: Market Mechanisms for Public and Private Decision Making, with the Yale University Press.
This session qualifies for 1 (one) transitional/nontransitional CLE credits in Professional Practice. To RSVP, please visit: http://my.spectate.com/ip-lecture-4-25-16-hofstra-law-school-page.
Keynote speaker Kraig Fox ’93, Senior Managing Director, Eldridge Industries, will be presenting My Career in Entertainment Law.
The event will also include A Conversation With Entertainment Law Experts. Panelists will include David Baram ’81, Partner, Baram & Kaiser, Attorneys at Law, RalphCathcart ’90, Partner, Ladas & Parry, and Melissa Schoffer Farber ’05, Senior Director of Legal Affairs, SoulCycle.
Bryan Cave LLP, 1290 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10104
On Thursday, October 1, the Hofstra Center for Intellectual Property Law, HIPLA, and Bryan Cave LLP will be hosting the annual Intellectual Property Practice Area Reception. This reception brings together New York metro area alumni and students specializing in intellectual property. Complimentary appetizers and drinks will be included.
Well-known intellectual property and constitutional scholars Profs. Gregory Dolin, Clarisa Long, Irina Manta, and Ilya Somin examined the relationship between eminent domain doctrine and intangible goods. They discussed questions such as what types of situations would give rise to constitutionally cognizable takings, how different definitions of public use affect the government’s ability to take intellectual property, and how we should draw the boundaries between government-driven infringements and takings.
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PCT Filing and International Patent Prosecution
Samson Helfgott, Director of Patents, Katten Muchin Rosenman, LLP. AIPLA’s Law School Online Programming Subcommittee is proud to present online programming geared at providing “practice ready” training and education for law students. The presentation, which is regularly given at AIPLA’s Patent Prosecution Bootcamp, focused on the why, when, how, what and where to foreign file a patent application, including providing strategies for foreign filing cost reduction and tips for preparation of a “global” patent application.
Joint IP and Tax Law Event With Steven Davis ’90 (KPMG)
Steven Davis ’90 spoke on “Why IP Lawyers and International Tax Professionals Need to Work Together.” Key topics included IP value creation, the exploitation of IP offshore, the migration of IP offshore, and how to create an offshore tax-optimized state that is strategically supported by IP. The Tax Law Society and HIPLA co-sponsored the event. Mr. Davis is a Tax Principal at KPMG US. He has a unique perspective of law practice, having worked as a legal and tax professional in three practice settings — law firm (Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld), in-house (Loral Space & Communications Ltd.) and in three of the “Big Four” accounting firms. He has also taught International Taxation as an adjunct professor at Hofstra Law School.
ROBERT P. MERGES is the Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Professor of Law and Technology at UC Berkeley (Boalt Hall) School of Law and a codirector of the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, one of the top-rated intellectual property programs among U.S. law schools. He is the coauthor of leading casebooks on patent law, intellectual property, software and Internet law; has edited a definitive two-volume series on the economics of IP law; and has written numerous articles on the economics of intellectual property, in particular patent law. His book Justifying Intellectual Property was published in 2011 by Harvard University Press. Professor Merges has worked with government agencies such as the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission on IP-related policy issues. He has also consulted with leading law firms and companies, and was a co-founder and managing director of the IP business and investment firm Ovidian, Inc., in Berkeley, California. He received his B.S. from Carnegie-Mellon University, a J.D. from Yale Law School, and LL.M. and J.S.D. degrees from Columbia Law School.
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