The Copyright Society’s Midwinter Meeting will feature a series of networking, live panels and its annual Excellence in Creativity Award presentation. On February 22, Terrica will moderate a panel titled The Art of Protest & Activism, which will include Academic Advisory Board member Loren Mulraine (Belmont University and Bone McAllester Norton), Legal Advisory Board member Eleanor Lackman (Mitchell […]
The Eighteenth Annual IP and Social Justice CLE Seminar will take place on March 4 and 5. Terrica, along with Academic Advisor Board member Bob Brauneis (Michael J. McKeon Professor of IP Law; Co-Director of the Intellectual Property Law Program; Co-Director of the Dean Dinwoodey Center for Intellectual Property Studies; and member, Managing Board, Munich […]
Summary: Hosted by the UIC John Marshall Law School’s Center for IP, Information and Privacy Law, this event is a one-day program “that brings together seasoned experts to share their insights on key intersections—data privacy and antitrust, health and social justice, functionality and infringement in copyright, trademark, and design law, as well as legal issues […]
Summary: On February 3, the Library of Congress published a notice “convening a public committee to enhance communication and provide a public forum for the technology-related aspects of the U.S. Copyright Office’s modernization initiative.” The Library will accept applications from “qualified members of the public” until March 15, and the first meeting of the committee will take place early this summer.
World IP Day is held each year on April 26 as a means of fostering an understanding of intellectual property and its importance to supporting jobs, innovation and creative works. This year’s World IP Day (WIPD) theme is SMEs & IP: Taking Your Ideas to Market. The Copyright Alliance will be holding its own World IP Day events, […]