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Professor Myers publishes in Journal of Intellectual Property Law

Professor Gary Myers’ latest article on trademarks and the First Amendment has been published as the lead article in the Journal of Intellectual Property Law. The article, “It’s Scandalous! – Limiting Profane Trademark Registrations After Tam and Brunetti,” is a follow up from his previous article on this topic, “Trademarks & the First Amendment After Matal v. Tam,” 26 Journal…

Professor Myers Presents at SEALS Conference

Professor Gary Myers served as a speaker on three programs at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) Annual Meeting in Boca Raton, Florida. He spoke on a panel regarding a “Supreme Court and Legislative Update (Business and Regulatory Issues),” on a discussion group where the topic was “Faculty Development Deans—Leadership, Promotion, and Mentorship,” and on a Free Speech Workshop…

Professor Myers Speaks at Free Speech Discussion Forum in Hungary

Professor Gary Myers served as a speaker on “Local Media Coverage in the Modern Age: Modifying Antitrust and Competition Policy” at the Free Speech Discussion Forum held in Budapest, Hungary in June 2019. The forum was sponsored by Pázmány Péter Catholic University Faculty of Law (Hungary), the University of Luxembourg’s Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance, the University of Paris…

Professor Myers Shares 2019 U.S. Supreme Court Highlights with Missouri Bar and SEALS

Professor Gary Myers discussed “2019 United States Supreme Court Highlights (2018-2019 Term)” as a speaker/panelist for the Missouri Bar as part of the MobarCLE program, presented to Bar members by teleconference on August 7. He focused on cases related to antitrust, the commerce clause, intellectual property, and the U.S. census. He also spoke on a panel, “Supreme Court and Legislative…

Professor Myers Speaks at American Intellectual Property Law Association Institute

Professor Gary Myers spoke recently at the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) Mid-Winter Institute: “Maintaining Your Edge: Addressing Issues in the Practice of IP Law.” Professor Myers was on the panel discussing “Oracle v. Google – Getting More (or Less) Than You Licensed.” His topic was “Impact on the Application of the Fair Use Doctrine and Interoperability in the…

Professor Myers Presents CLE on U.S. Supreme Court Cases in Business and IP Law

Professor Gary Myers presented a CLE, “Supreme Court Developments for Business & IP Lawyers – 7 Cases to Remember,” to the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis on December 13. Professor Myers reviewed seven major U.S. Supreme Court decisions from the 2017-18 term that are of particular interest to lawyers who practice in the areas of business law or intellectual property.…

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…

Professors Myers, Hawley, and Abrams Speak at Missouri Bar’s Supreme Court CLE

The Missouri Bar recently conducted  a continuing legal education program, “United States Supreme Court Highlights: 2017-1018 Term.” The five-member panel discussed the implications of several of the term’s leading decisions and prospects for the upcoming term. The panel included Mizzou Law professors Gary Myers, Erin Hawley, and Douglas…

Fifth Edition of Professor Myers’ Intellectual Property Casebook Published

The fifth edition of Professor Gary Myers’ intellectual property casebook Intellectual Property: Cases and Materials has now been published by West Academic.  The book is coauthored by Mary LaFrance (UNLV), Lee Ann Lockridge (LSU), and David Lange (Duke emeritus). The new edition includes all significant legislative and judicial developments through March 2018. The book covers central issues with appropriate depth and breadth and…