U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer cited two pieces of Notre Dame Law School Professor Mark P. McKenna’s work last week when he wrote the dissenting opinion in Star Athletica v. Varsity Brands, a case that examined the question of whether artistic features on clothing deserve copyright protection.
Leading intellectual property scholars will gather Friday at Notre Dame Law School for a roundtable on various dimensions of the scope of IP rights.
Research by Martijn Cremers suggests that investors should be cautious in how they use Active Share, which became one of the most popular ways to measure the difference between the portfolios’s holdings and their benchmarks.
Featured Research: Sector Agnosticism and the Coming Transformation of Education Law
Professor Nicole Garnett has a new article, Sector Agnosticism and the Coming Transformation of Education Law, in the Vanderbilt Law Review. Her research focuses on the shifting landscape of elementary and secondary education in the United States due to the increasing emergence of privately provided, but publicly funded schooling options.
LAMB will host the program's annual Corporate Governance Symposium: Long vs. Short-Term Shareholders on May 2 at Notre Dame Law School.