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 email@example.com. Unless otherwise noted, classes are held on Thursdays from 4:10 to 6:10 p.m. in Room 1070, South Hall.*
Past Intellectual Property Workshops
Fall 2017 Schedule
September 7Paul Courant, University of Michigan
September 28Robert G. Bone, University of Texas Law"Intellectual Property Rights and Use: What's Wrong with Not Using IP?"
October 5Mark Lemley, Stanford University"Design Protection: Faster, Cheaper, Worse" (with Chris Buccafusco and Jonathan Masur)
October 12Rachel Sachs, Washington University in St. Louis Law"The Unpatentable Microbiome"
October 19Annemarie Bridy, University of Idaho Law"'Charging Bull' Meets 'Fearless Girl:' Intertextuality and the Problem of Moral Rights"
October 26Gautam Hans, Michigan Law"'No Copyright Infringement Intended:' Individual Expectations and Copyright Rules"
November 2Catherine Fisk, Berkeley Law"A Union for the (Transmedia) Platform Economy: Lessons from the Writers Guild in Hollywood"
November 9David Nimmer, UCLA Law"Investigating the Hypothetical 'Reasonable Royalty' for Copyright Infringement"
November 16Jonathan Weinberg, Wayne State University Law"Digital ID: Identity and Privacy in a Big Data World"
November 30Camilla Hrdy, University of Akron Law"Technological Un/employment"
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