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RSVP to attend the Law Review Symposium

Intellectual Property and Technology in the New Global Age

Co-sponsored by the The Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology

Friday, November 05, 2021, from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. EST.

Virtual. Link and access code will be provided via email prior to event.
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CLE Credit TBD

Seton Hall Law School’s Law Review will host this virtual Symposium with four panels.  One on intellectual property - one each focused on copyright, trademark and patent - and one focused on national security and IP. Panelists Include:

Panel One

Copyright Protection in the Digital World
This panel addresses the tension between the desire for a “free and open” internet and the desire to protect creatives’ and news publishers’ intellectual property rights in the digital world. Panelists include:

  1. Professor Daniel Gervais, Vanderbilt Law School
  2. Professor Estelle Derclaye, University of Nottingham
  3. Professor Michael Carroll, American University Washington College of Law

Panel Two

Trademarks, eCommerce, and Territoriality
This panel addresses contemporary issues presented by the development of the digital marketplace and conflicts among territorial trademark standards. Panelists include:

  1. Professor Irene Calboli, Texas A&M University School of Law
  2. Professor Daniel C.K. Chow, The Ohio State University – Moritz College of Law
  3. Megan K. Bannigan, Esq., NYU School of Law & Debevoise & Plimpton

Panel Three

Patents, Platforms, and Global Standards
This panel addresses issues presented by patent’s limited monopoly in an interconnected world with territorial rights. Panelists include:

  1. Gene Quinn, Esq., IPWatchdog, Inc.
  2. Professor Kristen Osenga, University of Richmond School of Law
  3. Professor Jorge Contreras, University of Utah

Panel Four

National Security and Intellectual Property
This panel addresses the United States Justice Department’s enhanced cybersecurity response to digital trade secret theft. Panelists include:

  1. AUSA Anthony Torntore, United States Attorney’s Office
  2. Professor Margaret Lewis, Seton Hall University School of Law
  3. Professor Peter Yu, Texas A&M University School of Law

If you have any questions, please contact Student Services at 973-642-8707 or [email protected].







(Please note: Virtual CLEs are only approved for NJ and not PA. Attorneys admitted in NY will need to apply for reciprocity with NY State. If requesting NJ CLE, provide contact phone and mailing address below.)