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Y/S/H Junior Faculty Forum, June 5-6 2019 Request for Submissions (including IP)

Yale/Stanford/Harvard Junior Faculty Forum June 5-6, 2019, Yale Law School Yale, Stanford, and Harvard Law Schools announce the 20th session of the Junior Faculty Forum to be held at Yale Law School on June 5-6, 2019. The Forum’s objective is … Continue reading

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Y/S/H Junior Faculty Forum, June 5-6 2019 Request for Submissions (including IP)

Yale/Stanford/Harvard Junior Faculty Forum June 5-6, 2019, Yale Law School Yale, Stanford, and Harvard Law Schools announce the 20th session of the Junior Faculty Forum to be held at Yale Law School on June 5-6, 2019. The Forum’s objective is … Continue reading

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False patent marking claim fails in cannabis case despite clear falsity/motive to crush competition: mostly it didn’t work

Kremerman v. Open Source Steel, LLC, 2018 WL 5785441, No. C17-953-BAT (W.D. Wash. Nov. 5, 2018) This case involved cannabis distillation equipment. Kremerman sued OSS for design patent and trade dress infringement and related claims. OSS counterclaimed for false patent … Continue reading

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IPSC session 6

Session 6: Tort-Tinged IP Ben Depoorter (and Robert Walker), So Sue Me … Please! Reverse Nuisance in Intellectual Property Law Goldieblox case: filed declaratory judgment against Beastie Boys. Getting sued can sometimes be a boon and can bring a lot … Continue reading

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IPSC session 4

Session 4: Old and New Theories of IP Shyam Balganesh, The Common Law of Copyright Censorial copyright claims: motivated by non economic, dignitary concerns, and the author/creator’s principal objective is expurgatory—to prevent the work from circulating publicly. These claims have … Continue reading

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IPSC: keynote

Keynote: The State of IP Scholarship – Rebecca Eisenberg When she began, patent scholarship in the academy was minimal.  Early 1980s, CAFC creation prolonged the ghettoization of patent law, even though the field was poised for greater integration into the … Continue reading

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false patent marking doesn’t presumptively cause injury even in 2-player market

John Bean Technologies Corp. v. Morris & Assoc., Inc., No. 15-CV-02211, 2018 WL 3039734 (W.D. Ark. Jun. 19, 2018) JBT’s predecessor asserted Patent Act false marking claims, Lanham Act false advertising claims, and various North Carolina and Arkansas State law … Continue reading

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