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Right of Publicity panel, Abrams Institute for Freedom of Expression

From Yale Law School’s Abrams Institute for Freedom of Expression Commercial Speech and the First Amendment: Does the Right of Publicity Transcend Commercial Speech? Jennifer Rothman: Right of Publicity? Right of Privacy? Rothman gave a keynote summarizing highlights of her … Continue reading

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2017 IPSC Conference at Cardozo School of Law

Usual disclaimers; there were lots of overlaps where I had to make tough choices, and I favored presentations where I hadn’t previously commented on drafts. Day 1 Breakout Session I Trademark Doctrine Mapping Confusion – Mark. P. McKenna & Rebecca … Continue reading

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2017 IPSC Conference at Cardozo School of Law

Usual disclaimers; there were lots of overlaps where I had to make tough choices, and I favored presentations where I hadn’t previously commented on drafts. Day 1 Breakout Session I Trademark Doctrine Mapping Confusion – Mark. P. McKenna & Rebecca … Continue reading

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GW/Harvard conference: Infringement and Defenses

Infringement and Defenses Moderator: Prof. Michael B. Abramowicz, George Washington University Law School William F. Lee, WilmerHale LLP: Literal infringement/each and every element of the claim—useful for laypeople to think about the claim. In many jurisdictions (Germany, Netherlands, Japan) around … Continue reading

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Bridging the Gap Between the Federal Courts and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Boston University Journal of Science and Technology Law Symposium Sorry, guys, I did not follow the patent panels. Panel III: Trademarks Rebecca Tushnet, Fixing Incontestability: The Next Frontier Incontestability is a nearly unique feature of American trademark law, with a … Continue reading

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Identifying Boundaries in Patent and Trademark Law.

The American University Law Review is proud to present its annual Federal Circuit symposium,  Panel 2: Trademarks First Amendment Freedom of Speech and Trademarks: What Is, and What Should Be, the Relationship Between the Two? Christine Farley, American University Washington … Continue reading

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National Constitution Center Podcast on Tam

Deborah Gerhardt, Ilya Shapiro,  and I discuss Tam. http://ift.tt/2jRxGz1? The podcast can be found at the National Constitution Center’s website, as well as on iTunes and other platforms. from Blogger http://ift.tt/2jDCued

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