Suffolk Law School covers a range of topics related to a Suffolk legal education. The goal is to share Suffolk Laws’ views by inviting students, alumni, and faculty to discuss critical issues in law. Topics include Intellectual Property, issues in public policy, the ramifications of the foreclosure crisis, and more.
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...
Intellectual Property Concentration Co-Director Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau discusses the concentration’s recent ranking by US News and World Report.
Dean of Admissions Gail N. Ellis discusses Suffolk Law’s new Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD) program. Additional information is available through the Law School’s Office of Admissions, 617-573-8144 or [email protected]
Our IP Podcast series continues with Professor Jessica Silbey analyzing the decision in Patrick Cariou v. Richard Prince. Professor Silbey breaks down the case, which deals with issues pertaining to copyright and Appropriations Art, in this podcast.
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.
Suffolk Law Professor Marc Greenbaum discusses the latest development in the NFL labor dispute in this podcast.
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.
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.
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.
Filmmaker Abby Ginzberg discusses her film Cruz Reynoso: Sowing the Seeds of Justice which will be screened at Suffolk March 23.
Suffolk Law Professor Bernie Jones discusses her recent scholarship, including a book she has been editing on feminist legal theory and the work place and articles on Garner v. Gerrish and property rights in the Episcopal Church.
Professor Charles Kindregan, who teaches Family Law at Suffolk, discusses his forthcoming article in the University of Southern California Review of Law and Social Justice.
Professor Epps, Co-Director of Suffolk Law’s International Law Concentration, discusses diplomatic immunity generally and its use in the case of Raymond Davis.
Suffolk Law Professor Carter Bishop and Louis T. M. Conti, Esquire, a partner in the Tampa and Orlando, Florida offices of Holland & Knight, LLP, discuss the implications of the Florida Supreme Court decision in the Olmstead case. Mr. Conti is the immediate past chair of the Florida Bar Association Business Law Section, currently is...
The Rappaport Center’s Public Policy Podcast Series continues with Professor Alasdair Roberts speaking with Professor Marc Rodwin about Conflicts of Interest and the Future of Medicine.
We are honored to welcome Justice John M. Greaney and Justice Michael J. Streit to this podcast to discuss Challenging Judicial Independence. Learn more about Suffolk Law’s Advanced Legal Studies programs at www.law.suffolk.edu/als.
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.
Suffolk Law Professor Samantha Moppett discusses e-mail etiquette in the latest edition of our Legal Practice Skills podcast series. Learn more about Professor Moppett.
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.
Our Rappaport Center Public Policy Podcast Series continues with Northeastern University Dean Jack McDevitt discussing the problem of violence against the homeless with Executive Director Susan Prosnitz. Learn more at rappaportcenter.org.
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.
Kathleen Engel, Suffolk Law’s Associate Dean for Intellectual Life and a Professor of Law, discusses her new book, The Subprime Virus: Reckless Credit, Regulatory Failure and Next Steps. Learn more about Dean Engel at http://bit.ly/hBaALX.
We are pleased to welcome Senator Ben Downing to the Rappaport Center Public Policy Podcast Series to discuss the Massachusetts state legislature with Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts. To learn more visit rappaportcenter.org.
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.
Professor Marc Greenbaum, who teaches labor law at Suffolk University Law School, discusses the recent Supreme Court decision pertaining to medical residents being classified as employees or students in Mayo Foundation v. United States in this podcast.
In our first Rappaport Center podcast of the semester, Professor Christopher Dearborn discusses with Executive Director Susan Prosnitz the parole system in Massachusetts in light of the recent shooting of a Woburn police officer.
We are pleased to welcome Joshua M. Dalton of Bingham McCutchen LLP to discuss patent false marking. Click here to learn more about our Intellectual Property concentration.
Suffolk Law Assistant Dean Christopher Gibson discusses his authorship of the UDRP as well as his decision in Dannon Yogurt’s case against Sequential Inc in this week’s Intellectual Property podcast.
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.
Suffolk Law’s Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts discusses health care costs in Massachusetts with Commissioner David Morales of the Division of Health Care Finance and Policy in this week’s Rappaport Center podcast.
We are pleased to welcome Samuel J. Petuchowski, Ph.D., from Sunstein Kann Murphy & Timbers LLP to this week’s IP podcast. Dr. Petuchowski discusses university and inventor patent rights and Stanford v Roche in this podcast.
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.
Michael Widmer, President of the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation, discusses the Massachusetts state budget in light of the global economic downturn with Professor Alasdair Roberts in this week’s Rappaport Center public policy podcast.
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.
Our Rappaport Center Public Policy Podcast Series continues this week with Robert M. Ruzzo of MassHousing discussing the Chapter 40B, the Massachusetts affordable housing statute.
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.
Professor Roberts, Suffolk Law’s Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy, discusses India’s Right to Information Act in our latest Rappaport Center Public Policy Podcast.
Our Rappaport Center for Public Policy Podcast Series continues with Middlesex DA Gerry Leone, JD ’89, discussing his office’s initiatives with Executive Director Susan Prosnitz.
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.
Alasdair Roberts, Suffolk Law’s Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy, discusses yesterday’s election results in Massachusetts with former State Senator and Representative Warren Tolman in our first Rappaport Center Public Policy Podcast.
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.
Dr. Hintz, a historian at the Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, discusses his recent Wall Street Journal article on cash prizes for innovation in our latest IP podcast.
Bob Zelnick, a Washington DC-based Intellectual Property attorney whose focus is on trademark and unfair competition matters, discusses social media’s role in brand building in this week’s Intellectual Property podcast.
Suffolk Law Associate Dean for Intellectual Life and Professor of Law Kathleen Engel, a national authority on mortgage finance and regulation, discusses the problems related to inadequate documentation in foreclosures in this podcast.
Andrew Berger, a New York City based IP lawyer and author of the blog IP in Brief, joins us as a guest presenter in this podcast. Mr. Berger discusses the SONY v Tenenbaum decision.
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.
In this week’s podcast, Suffolk Law Professor Sarah Boonin discusses the newly established Health Law clinic. Click Here to learn more about the Health Law clinic and our Clinical Programs.