Nicole Rizzo Smith, Sunstein, Kann, Murphy & Timbers LLP, discusses the unauthorized use of songs by politicians in our latest IP podcast. Read Ms. Smith’s article on this topic.
Suffolk University Law School Dean Camille Nelson and Keren Zuniga McDowell, Director of Suffolk University’s Office of Academic Access and Opportunity at Suffolk University, discuss SU Discoverlaw.org PLUS.
In this Intellectual Property webcast, Lee Eulgen, a partner at Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP, discusses his recent article, “Don’t Ignore Governmental Mechanisms for Protecting Intellectual Property Rights.“
Kathleen C. Engel, law professor and Associate Dean for Intellectual Life at Suffolk Law School, discusses the Massachusetts foreclosure crisis and actions being taken against four major banks.
In this podcast, Professor David Yamada, founding director of the New Workplace Institute at Suffolk University Law School, recalls the life of Michael Rothenberg, a gifted public interest lawyer in New York City who died last week at the age of 47.
David L. Lange, Melvin G. Shimm Professor of Law at Duke University Law School, revisits the Supreme Court case, Golan v. Holder, discussing the decision and its aftermath.
In this week’s IP Podcast, Professor Megan Carpenter of Texas Wesleyan University School of Law discusses teaching IP in the midst of a trademark dispute.
Charles Kindregan, professor of law at Suffolk University Law School, discusses the emerging legal issues regarding cryopreserved embryos in divorce cases.
In this episode of the IP Issues podcast series, Thomas McNulty and Julia Mathis of Lando & Anastasi, LLP discuss copyright protection of symbols, geometric shapes, and letters.
Suffolk Law Professor Chris Dearborn discusses the Amy Bishop case in Massachusetts and Alabama and both parties’ reasons for keeping the inquest sealed or unsealed.