Mark McKenna Presents at Notre Dame Law Review Symposium

Professor Mark McKenna and Lucas Osborn, associate professor of law, Campbell Law School presented, "Trademarks and Digital Goods," at the 2016 Notre Dame Law Review Symposium, Negotiating IP’s Boundaries in an Evolving World on November 12, 2016.…

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Professor Tor Presented Paper at CELS

Avishalom Tor and Stephen Garcia, University of Michigan, presented their paper, "N-Equality: More People, Less (Concern for) Equality?," on Nov. 18 at the11th Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies (CELS) at Duke Law School.



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Mark McKenna Gives IP Talks at Stanford Law School

Mark McKenna recently gave two IP talks at Stanford Law School. He presented, "Claiming Design," with Jeanne Fromer, and "What’s In, and What’s Out: How IP’s Boundary Rules Shape Innovation," with Christopher Jon Sprigman, at Stanford Law School's Sixteenth Annual Intellectual Property Scholars Conference.…

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Antitrust and Boundedly Rational Entrepreneurs - AAI Releases Sixth Paper in Report on Antitrust and Entrepreneurship

As part of its Report on Antitrust and Entrepreneurship, the American Antitrust Institute today released a sixth paper and comment. In "Boundedly Rational Entrepreneurs and Antitrust," Avishalom Tor, Notre Dame Law School, explains that "boundedly rational" entrepreneurs may engage in entrepreneurial activity where rational entrepreneurs would not.

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NDLS Hosts Roundtable on Patent Law

NDLS will host a Junior Patent Roundtable on Friday, April 1, with senior scholars discussing with junior scholars several of their research pieces in the field of patent law. The roundtable will include four sessions, each devoted to one research paper with commentary and discussion to follow.

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Professor Mark McKenna Participates in Discussion of Trademark Law at Boston University School of Law

Professor Mark McKenna participated in a Conversation on the Purposes of Trademark Law at Boston University School of Law.

Participants read and discussed historical and policy materials on trademark law's purposes. The discussions were led by Robert Bone, Stacey Dogan, Wendy Gordon, Mark McKenna, and Rebecca Tushnet, each of whose scholarship was among the materials of focus.…

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What’s Wrong with Copying? NDLS LAMB Hosts a Conversation with Abraham Drassinower on Copyright Law

What's Wrong with Copying?

Some of the world’s leading copyright experts will meet on Friday, Oct. 2, 2015 to discuss Abraham Drassinower’s provocative new book, What’s Wrong with Copying? Drassinower is the Legal, Ethical, and Cultural Implications of Technological Innovation Chair at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. The discussion is being hosted by Notre Dame Law School’s Law and Market Behavior research program (LAMB).

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