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Intellectual Property Workshop

The Intellectual Property Workshop features presentations of works in progress by leading scholars on hot topics related to intellectual property, information policy, and Internet regulation. It is open to the public. Copies of the papers are available a week before each workshop from Laura Harlow at harlowl@umich.edu. Unless otherwise noted, classes are held on Mondays from 4:10 to 6:10 p.m. in Room 1070, Jeffries Hall.*

Past Intellectual Property Workshops

Fall 2019 Schedule

Friday, September 13

Rebecca Giblin, Melbourne University
"'It's all taken care of in the contracts'? An empirical study of authors' rights in Australian book publishing contracts"
This workshop will take place in room JH1020 from 2PM to 4PM

October 7

Jorge Contreras, University of Utah
"Musing about Myriad"

Tuesday, October 15

Nicholson Price
"Clearing Opacity Through Machine Learning" (with Arti Rai)

October 21 

Sapna Kumar, University of Houston
"Increasing Technical Expertise in Patent Litigation"

October 28

Zvi Rosen, George Washington University
"Examining Copyright"

November 4

Peter Lee, UC Davis
"Innovation Consolidation: Industry Concentration and the Commercialization of Intellectual Property"

November 11

Joseph Fishman, Vanderbilt Law School
"Copyright's Non-Obvious Kin"

November 18

Molly Shaffer Van Houweling, UC Berkeley
"Private Law Attorneys General"
Paper: TBA

November 25 

Sarah Burstein, University of Oklahoma
"Whole Designs"

December 2

Alexandra Roberts, University of New Hampshire
"False Influencing"