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.
In this podcast, Suffolk Law Adjunct Professor Mark A. Fischer discusses The SPEECH Act, legislation which pertains to libel judgments against US authors abroad. Mr. Fischer teaches Advanced Copyright Law at Suffolk.
Professor Rustad, Suffolk Law’s Intellectual Property Concentration Co-Director, discusses the licensing of software in our first IP podcast of 2010. To learn more about our IP concentration visit http://law.suffolk.edu/academic/ip/
U.S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth recently ruled to temporarily block federal funding of embryonic stem cell research, citing a violation of the Dickey-Wicker Amendment, a 1996 law that prohibits the destruction of human embryos. The ban has been temporarily lifted, but the court battle continues. Attorneys and co-hosts Bob Ambrogi and J. Craig Williams, welcome Russell Korobkin, Professor of Law at the UCLA School of Law and Author of Stem Cell Century: Law and Policy for a Breakthrough Technology and Charles P. Kindregan Jr., professor of family law and assisted reproduction law at Suffolk University Law School, to explore this controversial debate, legislative, ethical and religious aspects of stem cell research and this recent legal ruling’s impact on scientific research.
Jessica Lee, a Suffolk Law second year student, discusses her experiences at Suffolk, including beginning her studies in the Evening Division, student life at Suffolk and interning in Boston. To learn more visit www.law.suffolk.edu.
Suffolk Law Dean of Admissions Gail Ellis discusses the required Authorization and Certification of Good Standing form. This form is required of all incoming students to Suffolk University Law School and is due August 7, 2010.
Senate resolution 519 opposes U.S. signing of the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child, a human rights treaty protecting the rights of children. Attorney and co-host, J. Craig Williams welcomes Michael P. Farris, President of ParentalRights.org and Sara A. Dillon, Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School. They take a look at the treaty, Senate Resolution 519, the key issues of debate on the signing of this treaty and the potential legal conflicts.
Professor Carter Bishop discusses his Arkansas Law Review article on the Low Profit LLC (L3C). To read Professor Bishop’s article please click here.