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.
In the fourth episode of IP Issues with Lando & Anastasi, Tom McNulty and Tom McGinnis, attorneys with the Cambridge, Massachusetts firm Lando & Anastasi, discuss protecting software in the shifting IP landscape.
We are pleased to welcome Krish Gupta JD ’96, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel at EMC, to our latest Intellectual Property Podcast. Learn more about our IP Concentration at www.law.suffolk.edu/academic/ip.
Bridgett Halay, Director of Graduate Law Programs at Suffolk University Law School, discusses Suffolk’s LLM in Global Law and Technology. Learn more about our LLM program at http://bit.ly/povMST.
Our IP Issues podcasts continue this week. Craig Smith and Thomas McNulty of Lando & Anastasi discuss recent decisions from the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Learn more at lalaw.com and law.suffolk.edu/academic/ip.
Our IP Podcast Series continues with Boston College Law Professor Daniel Lyons IP Brown Bag Lunch presentation entitled Is Net Neutrality a Virtual Taking? Click to learn more about about our IP Concentration.
Obtaining and enforcing exclusivity when licensing a patent is not as simple as it first might appear. In this podcast, Peter Lando and Tom McNulty of Lando & Anastasi discuss the clauses that must be in a license to permit the licensee to sue for infringement in its own name, the circumstances that might require joinder of the patentee prior to filing suit, and licenses in which the patentee retains so many rights to prohibit the licensee from taking part in an infringement suit at all.
Suffolk Law Professor and IP Concentration Co-Director Andrew Beckerman-Rodau discusses his Yale Journal of Law and Technology article The Problem with Intellectual Property Rights: Subject Matter Expansion.
Our IP podcast series continues with Professor Mark McKenna of the University of Notre Dame Law School discussing Owning Markets, which he co-authored with Stanford Law Professor Mark Lemley. Click here to learn more about our IP Concentration.