Professor Marc Greenbaum, who teaches labor and employment law at Suffolk University Law School, discusses the recent Supreme Court decision in Thompson v. North American Stainless in this podcast. Learn more about Professor Greenbaum.
Sheri Archidiacono, LLM ’06, legal counsel for Sedo.com, discusses buying and selling domain names in this podcast. Click here to learn more about our IP concentration.
Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts, an expert on government transparency, discusses the WikiLeaks document dump and its ramifications in this edition of the Rappaport Center Public Policy Podcast Series.
Suffolk Law Adjunct Professor Mark A. Fischer discusses The Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990 in this podcast. Click here to learn more about our IP Concentration.
Suffolk Law Adjunct Professor and Executive Director of The Boston Initiative to Advance Human Rights Alicia Foley Winn discusses the BITAHR Film Forum, beginning December 2 and ending December 5, 2010. For more information visit www.bitahrfilmforum.org.
Andrew Perlman, Professor of Law at Suffolk Law and a reporter for the ABA’s Commission on Ethics 20/20, discusses the Commission’s review of the ABA’s Model Rules of Professional Conduct and lawyer regulation in light of advances in technology.
We are pleased to welcome John T. Mitchell of Interaction Law to this week’s Intellectual Property podcast to discuss US v ASCAP. To learn more about Mr. Mitchell and his work please visit interactionlaw.com.
Stanley W. Sokoloff, JD ’66, of Blakely Sokoloff Taylor Zafman LLP, provides an overview of Intellectual Property law in this week’s IP podcast. Click here to learn more about Suffolk Law’s IP Concentration.
Mary Sawicki, Practitioner in Residence for Suffolk Law’s Juvenile Internship Program, discusses the newly developed internship opportunity for Suffolk students to intern in various areas related to children and the law.