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Professor Crouch comments on Supreme Court ruling

Professor Dennis Crouch commented in a recent article about the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office violated the American Rule, “End Of The Road For USPTO’s ‘Radical’ Fight for Atty Fees.” The article mentions Crouch as one of the first court-watchers to call attention to the USPTO’s requests for fees. He says that “The Supreme…

Mizzou Law Hosting Trademark and Copyright Law CLE

The Center for Intellectual Property & Entrepreneurship and the Association of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law are hosting a free continuing legal education (CLE) session on February 27: What Every Lawyer Needs to Know About Trademark & Copyright Law. Annette Heller, a trademark/copyright attorney with Heller & Associates in Chesterfield, Mo., will lead this program. The event is open to the public…

SEC Commissioner Delivers Remarks at BETR Symposium

Commissioner Hester Peirce of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) delivered the keynote address at a law school symposium held on February 8. The symposium, Protecting the Public While Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship: First Principles for Effective Regulation, was organized by Mizzou Law’s Business, Entrepreneurship, & Tax Law Review. Drawing on Professor Thom Lambert’s recent book, How to Regulate: A…

Symposium – Protecting the Public While Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship: First Principles for Optimal Regulation

In a one-day symposium, hosted by the law school’s Center for Intellectual Property & Entrepreneurship and Business, Entrepreneurship, and Tax Law Review, a distinguished group of panelists will consider both substantive principles for regulating effectively in particular areas (e.g., financial markets, telecommunications, prescription drugs, network technologies) and broader procedural questions about how regulations should be crafted. What substantive principles should guide…

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…

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…