2 edition of Program materials for Intellectual Property/Antitrust Law Seminar found in the catalog.
Program materials for Intellectual Property/Antitrust Law Seminar
Intellectual Property/Antitrust Law Seminar (1987 Atlanta, Ga.)
by Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia in Athens, Ga. (P.O. Box 1885, Athens 30603)
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia.|
|LC Classifications||KF3116 .I57 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||88621057|
Antitrust Microsoft is committed to the highest standards of business ethics, including fair competition and compliance with antitrust laws. If you have general questions or concerns about Microsoft’s responsible leadership and compliance, please visit Corporate Social Responsibility. Edmund Kitch joined the faculty in His scholarly and teaching interests include agency, corporations, securities, antitrust, industrial and intellectual property, economic regulation and legal and economic history. In law school Kitch was comment editor for the University of Chicago Law Review and a member of the Order of the Coif. After spending one year as an assistant.
The Berkeley Center for Law and Business sponsors many events throughout the year. These activities are built around our outstanding core, affiliated and adjunct faculty, as well as visiting scholars and seasoned professionals. BCLB often collaborates with other Berkeley Law centers, the Haas School of Business, the Economics Department, and other campus-wide . With an annual R&D budget of over $ billion, Microsoft is among the top investors in innovation worldwide. As both an owner and user of intellectual property (IP), our ability to innovate and drive the development of cutting-edge technology and solutions across the globe relies on various types of intellectual property including patents, copyrights, trademarks, and .
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This book is ideal for an advanced antitrust course in a JD program. In addition to building on basic antitrust concepts, it fills in a gap that is often missing in basic antitrust courses yet critical for an intellectual property lawyer: the intersection of intellectual property and antitrust law.
Students must earn a GPA of over their law school career, as well as a GPA of in their courses on the Intellectual Property course list.
Students must complete a seminar which requires a 25 page paper based on original research which may be used to satisfy the upper level writing requirement or an independent study that includes a.
The intersection of intellectual property law and antitrust law is busy and complicated, and there's no reason to believe that the heavy traffic will abate anytime soon.
In the past year alone, the congress, regulators and courts have all made significant statements affecting the historical balance between the competing policies underlying. David A. Balto, Program Co-Chair, is attorney at law in Washington, DC, and focuses on antitrust and trade regulation and intellectual property litigation.
Previously he was Policy Director of the Bureau of Competition of the Federal Trade Commission and attorney advisor to Chairman Robert Pitofsky. The courses listed below provide a taste of the Intellectual Property, Technology Law, and Entrepreneurship courses offered at the Law School, although no formal groupings exist in our curriculum.
This list includes the courses taught in the and school years. Not all of these courses are offered every year, but this list will give you a representative sample of. This seminar examines recent developments in the economic approach to antitrust law and practice.
Topics include issues at the frontier in various areas, including some or all of the following: decision-theoretic approach to antitrust, partial ownership acquisitions, advanced merger analysis and policy, buyer power, conditional pricing practices, intellectual property/antitrust.
The Program materials for Intellectual Property/Antitrust Law Seminar book will include a review of federal and state civil and criminal statutes, case law, treaties and legal concepts derived from tort, contract and property law.
The course will also explore how laws that are designed to preserve endangered animal species may be a model for a broad redefinition of the human-animal relationship.
Editorships Book Review Editor, The Antitrust Bulletin, Publications. Scholarly Books: Patent Law Perspectives, 2d Ed., Matthew Bender (eight volumes) (continuously updated) (available through LEXIS). Cases and Materials on Patent Law (with Randall R.
Rader, John R. Thomas and Harold C. Wegner), West Group Chap Patents, in Business and. Studies - on the relationship and interface between intellectual property and antitrust; Training - of human resources from both entities on IP and competition policy issues deemed relevant; Promotion and information dissemination– of the standards and principles of IP and free competition, or publicizing the respective functions of both.
NYU Law’s curriculum covers the major areas of law that affect innovation and information policy: intellectual property law, including patents, copyrights, and trademarks; antitrust law and competition policy, including the study of US and European legal systems; and related topics, including information privacy.
Vanderbilt University - Professor of Law and Founding Director, Technology and Entertainment Law Program (); Associate Professor (); Assistant Professor () Law Clerk to the Hon.
Anthony M. Kennedy, Supreme Court of the United States (). Courses. Indiana Law offers a wide variety of courses, from administrative law to wills and trusts, as shown in the list below. We also have a list of course descriptions, course schedules, clinic course descriptions, and exam schedules for the current academic year.
Eric E. Johnson is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. His courses include Torts, Science and Law, Antitrust, and Intellectual Property. Professor Johnson’s research concentrates on intellectual property and on science and risk, with publications including the Northwestern University Law Review, the Boston University Law.
Center for Tax Law & Policy. Seminar Series A complimentary course, offered in the spring semester, focuses on mergers (horizontal and vertical), antitrust and intellectual property, and vertical restraints. The courses are not cumulative. Students may take either or both and in any sequence.
In addition to the assigned book some materials. In the U.S. Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission, Antitrust Guidelines for the Licensing of Intellectual Property, § (), there are statements to the effect that the same general antitrust principles that apply to any form of tangible or intangible property should apply to conduct involving intellectual property.
But the. The Role of Economic Analysis in Competition Law (with Douglas H. Ginsburg), in Intellectual Property, Competition Law, and Economics in Asia (Ian McEwin ed., ) (book chapter) Antitrust and the Google Books Settlement: The Problem of Simultaneity.
The goals and objectives of the seminar the semester are to teach 1) substantive antitrust law of the U.S. and the EU, with a focus on the differences between the two jurisdictions; 2) the processes followed in the two jurisdictions; 3) the application of U.S.
and EU antitrust law and theory to contemporary issues such as the Google book. Meeting Time:M Meeting Location:Boalt Lecturer:Samuel R. MillerSidley Austin LLP California St., Suite San Francisco, CA Telephone: Facsimile: e-mail: [email protected] Class Schedule: August 18 Introduction and discussion of whether intellectual property laws and antitrust laws are complementary or are in conflict.
Lawyers advising corporate clients —whether they be outside or in-house counsel —are under constant pressure to ensure that their clients are well-informed about the antitrust laws and how to comply with them.
With a new administration vowing to increase enforcement, a carefully planned and well-executed compliance program is essential to minimize risk for corporate.
This summer, lawyers, alumni, and law students can join the IP Powerhouse for cutting edge online courses in intellectual property.
Learn from industry leaders at Fortune companies and Am Law firms as they give you an insider's look into the future of IP. Koren previously served at the Federal Trade Commission as Counsel for Intellectual Property and International Antitrust and as an Attorney Advisor to Commissioner Joshua Wright.
Koren is a frequent speaker and author, including training hundreds of foreign judges and competition enforcers on antitrust law and economics.Get this from a library! 45th annual advanced antitrust seminar: distribution & marketing. --Corporate antitrust compliance in distribution & marketing / Mark D.
Whitener --Antitrust issues in licensing intellectual property rights / Robert P. Taylor --Evaluating the termination decision # Antitrust law\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n.This book gathers international and national reports from across the globe on key questions in the field of antitrust and intellectual property.
The first part discusses the application of competition law in the pharmaceutical sector, which continues to be a focus for anti-trust .