Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau discusses the Intellectual Property Law Concentration offered by Suffolk University Law School.
Dr. Dean Baker, co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, D.C., discusses his recent article in the Huffington Post, “The Surefire Way to End Online Piracy: End Copyright.”
Music makes the world go ‘round and on this holiday edition of Lawyer2Lawyer, co-hosts and attorneys, J. Craig Williams and Bob Ambrogi celebrate with a music themed show! First up, Bob and Craig welcome Attorney Jeffrey M. Aresty, founder and current President of Internetbar.org and Attorney Ruha Devanesan, the Executive Director & Vice President of IBO, to talk about the mission of the Internet Bar’s PeaceTones Legal Empowerment project. Later in the program, we share a holiday treat from a great songwriter and longtime friend, Attorney Larry Savell! Happy Holidays!
Stephanie T. North JD ’11 discusses her article, “Twitteright: Finding Protection in 140 Characters or Less,” which was published in the Journal of High Technology Law.
Dr. Gerard P. Norton, chair of the Intellectual Property Department at Fox Rothschild, discusses the article he recently co-authored, entitled, “Technology is No. 1 Priority for U.S. Copyright Office.”
Our IP Podcast Series continues with Samuel Miller, Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC, discussing his recent article Are You Sure You Own the Copyrights in Your Code?. Learn more and read the article at http://bit.ly/oHr16q.
Chief Judge Alex Kozinski of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recently spoke at Golden Gate University School of Law’s third annual Intellectual Property Distinguished Speaker Program, where he created a buzz when he shared his insight on technology today and how it has greatly impacted the First Amendment. Attorneys and co-hosts Bob Ambrogi and J. Craig Williams welcome the Honorable Alex Kozinski to the program and talk about technology, bloggers, the First Amendment, his role as a Judge and a lot more.
Google and a group of authors and publishers who sued the internet giant, are heading back to the bargaining table after a federal court judge declined to approve a proposed 125-million-dollar settlement between the two parties. Attorney and co-host J. Craig Williams welcomes George H. Pike, Director of the Barco Law Library and Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and Attorney Lois F. Wasoff General Counsel for Publishers International Linking Association (“CrossRef”), to discuss this latest decision. They talk about the Judge’s decision and his reasons for rejecting the settlement, the “opt-in” vs.“opt-out” agreement and the possibility of Microsoft or Amazon fighting any new settlement.
Recently in an Oakland, California courtroom, a jury awarded Oracle Corp., a whopping $1.3 billion verdict against competitor, SAP AG, a market and technology leader in business management software, for damages due to copyright infringement by a now-defunct software maintenance unit called, TomorrowNow. Attorney and co-host Bob Ambrogi welcomes Attorney Carol Smith, from Hiaring + Smith LLP and David H. Levitt, Partner at the firm, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, as they take a look at this complicated case that is sweeping the legal community. They discuss copyright infringement and stolen intellectual property, SAP’s admitted liability, the significance of the billion–dollar jury award and the impact of this case on future cases.
In this week’s Intellectual Property podcast, Suffolk Law Adjunct Professor Mark A. Fischer discusses the Innovative Design Protection and Piracy Prevention Act, legislation which protects fashion designers from copyright infringement.