Stuart Leijon ’21 wins national intellectual property writing award for his paper on data privacy.
The Center for Business Law and Innovation hosts Maitreya Jani at a February data mapping event.
The Small Business Legal Clinic (SBLC) has been working to educate entrepreneurs on patents to protect their unique products as well as filing patent applications for clients.
The American Intellectual Property Law Education Foundation (AIPLEF) Jan Jancin Selection Committee named Jie Lian ’20 to receive the prestigious Jan Jancin Award for his passion for learning, leadership in intellectual property (IP) related activities, professionalism, and commitment to IP law.
CJ Fuenzalida, a second-year law student at Lewis & Clark Law School, is one of 30 law students selected for the national fellowship from the Hispanic Bar National Association’s Intellectual Property Law Institute (IPLI). Co-sponsored by Microsoft, the highly competitive fellowship funds students’ participation in IPLI’s IP Law immersion program.
Co-sponsored by the Intellectual Property Section of the Oregon State Bar, the Business Law Fall Forum, “The Procedure of IP,” will take place from 8:30am to 6pm on Friday, September 28 at the Lewis & Clark Law School campus.
Ghatak-Roy works at the firm Conley Rose, P.C. in Austin, TX.
Professor Lydia Loren guest blogs for Authors Alliance during “Fair Use Week”
In the Winter 2016 preLaw magazine, Lewis & Clark was given “A” ratings for its program offerings in intellectual property and environmental law.
Professor Anna Laakmann, who teaches intellectual property and health law, participates in The Week in Health Law Podcast discussing the interplay between FDA regulation and IP law, and physician liability for clinical innovation. The Week in Health Law Podcast is a commuting-length discussion about some of the more thorny issues in Health Law & Policy.
NYT publishes Anna Laakmann’s opinion on data sharing of genomic information
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an important copyright ruling recently holding that before a copyright owner sends a “takedown” notice of something posted on the internet, the copyright owner must consider the fair use rights of an individual who posted it. In the opinion, the court cited an article written by Intellectual Property Law Professor Lydia Loren.
Lewis & Clark Law School hosted a visit by William (Bill) Griffin, deputy director of the Office of Enrollment and Discipline, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), on March 5, 2015. The visit was in conjunction with the Small Business Legal Clinic’s participation in the USPTO Law School Clinic Certification Program.