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A Celebration of the Work of Wendy Gordon, part 3

Death in Copyright: Remarks on Duration by Abraham Drassinower, University of Toronto Faculty of Law What would a rights based account of duration look like?  Really about death, not duration. Patents have a fixed term; trademark registrations also persist for a specific amount … Continue reading

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Legal Applications of Marketing Theory, part 3

Lorin Hitt, Vildan Altuglu, Samid Hussain, & Matteo Li Bergolis, Wharton & Cornerstone Research, Cornerstone Research, Cornerstone Research, Valuation of Privacy: Assessing Potential Harm from Unauthorized Access and Misuse of Private Information in Consumer Class Actions: Disputes over use of … Continue reading

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TMSR, part 3

Session 3: Defining Marks in Trademark Law vs. Defining Subject Matter in Adjacent Areas of IP In formulating rules about defining marks in trademark law, what (if anything) can be learned from the longstanding debate about defining pictorial, graphic, and … Continue reading

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TM Scholars’ roundtable, part 3

Session 2:  The Policy and Doctrine of Unfair Competition Claims Introduction:  Jake Linford: Hoping for a sharper line b/t UC and TM, much as we have a relatively sharp statutory line b/t TM infringement and dilution to the extent we … Continue reading

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Notre Dame Scope Roundtable, part 3

Pam Samuelson, Functional Compilations Commentators: Zahr Said and Steve Yelderman Said: Framing questions: what is functionality? Does it differ in compilations v. other things?  Is it the same as the useful articles doctrine?  How do owners/litigants determine and assess functionality? … Continue reading

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WIPIP, part 3

Carys J. Craig, Relying on (User) Rights-Talk: On Copyright Limits and Rhetorical Risks Many ways to limit ©; here focusing on defenses/exceptions, the ideal type of which is fair use. If our goal is to constrain ©, what should we … Continue reading

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TM roundtable, part 3

Session 2:  The Menu of Options for Design Protection:  Where Does/Should Trademark and Unfair Competition Law Fit? This session will consider product-design trade dress protection in relation to other legal regimes that encompass design (design patents, copyright, and sui generis … Continue reading

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