We are pleased to welcome David Kalow of Kalow and Springut LLP to this week’s Intellectual Property podcast. Mr. Kalow discusses what can be learned from the Centillion case in this podcast. Click here to learn about our IP Concentration.
David Kuznick, JD ’12, a member of Suffolk Law’s Journal of High Technology Law, discusses Axl Rose’s suit of Activision in our latest IP Podcast. The JHTL’s blog is online.
In today’s economy, companies are looking at creative ways to stay ahead of the game when it comes to managing their intellectual property assets to create and capture value. On this edition of IP Counsel, host Attorney Peter Lando, partner at the firm of Lando & Anastasi , LLP, welcomes Harry Gwinnell, Vice President and Chief Intellectual Property Counsel at Cargill, Inc. to discuss this hot topic. Peter and Harry look at the importance of building an IP management infrastructure and a strong IP strategy, and share some examples of creating value from intellectual property assets.
One of the fastest growing areas of law is intellectual property and so the demand for paralegals with that expertise is great. On this edition of The Paralegal Voice, co-hosts Lynne DeVenny and Vicki Voisin welcome Colleen Sarenpa, Director of Trademarks for Polaroid Corporation at PLR Brand Services, LLC and Gwen Spurrier, a paralegal at the Minneapolis law firm of Gray Plant Mooty to discuss IP at a law firm and a major corporation.
Student Voices - Publishing in Landslide - Suffolk’s IP Law Concentration has developed into one of the most comprehensive IP programs in the country, giving students the opportunity to take advanced courses in each branch of intellectual property law.
The Federal Circuit recently sided with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ruling that the USPTO did not overstep its authority in adopting new rules that some companies and patent lawyers claim will stifle innovation and fundamentally alter patent practice. Join In-House Legal host Paul D. Boynton Esq, as he welcomes Attorney James E. Hopenfeld, a partner in Ropes & Gray’s Intellectual Property Group, to discuss the immediate impact of this federal ruling and how patent practices and industries could be affected in real-world practice.