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Professor Schmitz to Participate in Planning Meetings for the International Center for Online Dispute Resolution

Professor Amy J. Schmitz, a fellow of The National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution, will participate in meetings on November 13-16, as the group lays the groundwork for the International Center for Online Dispute Resolution. This will be a  transformative meeting aimed to catalyze scholars, system designers, neutrals and policymakers in setting standards and principles for the growing field…

Professor Lietzan Presents at Symposium on Federal Regulation of Cannabis

Professor Erika Lietzan presented her most recently completed article at a symposium on federal regulation of cannabis. The symposium, hosted by the Food and Drug Law Institute, convened academics, scientists from the Food and Drug Administration, lawyers from private practice, and industry developing cannabis-based products, to consider the path forward for a federal regulatory regime. Professor Lietzan’s forthcoming article in the American…

Professor Schmitz Participates in International Online Courts Workshop

Professor Amy J. Schmitz recently participated in a high-level Expert Stakeholder Workshop, “Measuring Success in Online Courts: An Empirical Challenge.” This invite-only event was organized by University College London Faculty of Laws and the Legal Education Foundation in London, U.K. The workshop brought together leading international figures from the judiciary, academia, policy and civil society to explore how we might measure…

Professor Crouch to Speak at American Intellectual Property Law Association Annual Meeting

On October 27, Professor Dennis Crouch is speaking at the annual meeting of the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) in Washington, D.C.  In his plenary session, Professor Crouch will focus on how ethical duties in patent cases shift according to venue — comparing patent litigation, patent prosecution, and America Invents Act (AIA)…

Professor Crouch Speaks at Inventor of the Year Event in St. Louis

On October 11, Professor Dennis Crouch was a featured speaker at the St. Louis area Inventor of the Year award ceremony sponsored by the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis. He served on a panel with Q. Todd Dickinson, former director of the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, and Jacqueline Bonilla, vice chief administrative patent judge of the Patent Trial & Appeal Board,…

Professor Amy Schmitz Provides Identity Theft Protection Tips on WalletHub

Professor Amy J. Schmitz was a featured expert in an article regarding identity theft and fraud on WalletHub, “What can individuals do to guard against identity theft?” Professor Schmitz provides tips on how to protect your identity, such as staggering your free credit reports throughout the year (for example, Equifax in January, Experian in May, and Transunion in September). She…

New Supplement to Professor Myers’ Casebook Published

The new supplement to Professor Gary Myers’ casebook, Entertainment, Media, and the Law, is now in print.  The 260-page supplement, published by West Academic, is coauthored by Paul Weiler (Harvard) and Will Berry (Mississippi). This supplement highlights important changes in the law since the publication of the Fifth Edition of the casebook in…

Professor Lietzan Presents at Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property

Professor Erika Lietzan recently presented her current research at the sixth annual fall conference of the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property, at Scalia Law School, George Mason University.  This year’s conference focused on intellectual property for the next generation of technology. Professor Lietzan focused on fecal microbiota transplants and other therapeutic innovations that begin in the academic clinical setting. Her…

Professor Halabi’s New Book is the Focus of Yale Symposium

The blog of the Yale Journal on Regulation, Notice and Comment, is hosting a week-long symposium on Professor Sam Halabi’s new book, Intellectual Property and the New International Economic Order: Oligopoly, Regulation, and Wealth Redistribution in the Global Knowledge Economy (Cambridge University Press 2018). Convening scholars from Europe, the U.S., and Australia, the symposium highlights Professor Halabi’s claim that “the…

Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic to Present Workshop on Copyrights, Patents and Trademarks

Jim Niemann, director of the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic, and two ELC students, Alex Weidner and Alec Larsen, will lead a workshop on “Copyrights, Patents, and Trademarks” on October 3 in the MU Student Center. The workshop is part of the University of Missouri Graduate Studies professional development series, gradESSENTIALS. Participants will include masters and doctoral students from all…