Professor David L. Lange, Melvin Shimm Professor of Law at Duke University Law School, concludes his two-part discussion on IP Industries.
Professor David L. Lange, Melvin Shimm Professor of Law at Duke University Law School, joins us for our latest Intellectual Property podcast.
Our Intellectual Property Podcast Series continues this week with Gordon Firemark, a Los Angeles-based entertainment attorney, discusssing parody. Learn more about Suffolk’s nationally ranked IP Concentration .
Our Intellectual Property Podcast Series continues this week with Mark A. Fischer of Duane Morris LLP discussing Kim Kardashian’s lawsuit against The Gap for violating her right of publicity. Click to learn more about our IP Program.
Mark A. Fischer, Duane Morris LLP and Suffolk Law Adjunct Professor of Advanced Copyright, discusses the suit over the use of Mike Tyson’s tattoo in the newly released film The Hangover 2.
The reexamination of patents in the United States Patent & Trademark Office has become a powerful and effective tool to clearly define the boundaries of a patent. In this podcast, Peter Lando and James De Vellis of Lando & Anastasi, LLP discuss how, when, and why to request or defend the reexamination of a patent, and how doing so can further business objectives in litigation, licensing, and other situations.
Intellectual Property Concentration Co-Director Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau discusses the concentration’s recent ranking by US News and World Report.
We are pleased to welcome Joshua R. Slavitt of Pepper Hamilton LLP to this week’s Intellectual Property podcast to discuss the Centillion case. Click here to learn more about our IP Concentration.
Christopher V. Carani, Esq., a shareholder at the IP law firm of McAndrews, Held & Malloy in Chicago, discusses design patent infringement and Gorham v. White. Learn more about Mr. Carani and view the slides here.
Suffolk Law Assistant Dean and Professor of Law Christopher Gibson discusses Judge Gertner’s September 2010 decision and issues surrounding personal jurisdiction. Click here to read Dean Gibson’s article on this topic.