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Important Dates | Day One | Day Two

Reception: Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Exchequer Pub: 7:00 p.m.- 10:00 p.m.

DAY ONE: Thursday, August 11, 2011

Registration and Continental Breakfast: 8:00 a.m. - 8:25 a.m.

First Plenary Session (Room 8005): 8:25 a.m - 10:30 a.m.

R. Polk Wagner
University of Pennsylvania Law School
Abstract - Did Phillips Change Anything? Empirical Analysis of the Federal Circuit’s Claim Construction Jurisprudence
Paper - Did Phillips Change Anything? Empirical Analysis of the Federal Circuit’s Claim Construction Jurisprudence

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast

Lydia Loren
Lewis & Clark Law School
Abstract - Aligning Incentives with Reality: Using Motivation for Creation to Shape the Scope of Copyright Protection
Paper - Aligning Incentives with Reality: Using Motivation for Creation to Shape the Scope of Copyright Protection
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast

Peter Lee
University of California, Davis School of Law
Abstract - Accommodating the Evolution of Intellectual Infrastructure: Applying Lessons from Trademark and Copyright to Improve Patent Law
Paper - Accommodating the Evolution of Intellectual Infrastructure: Applying Lessons from Trademark and Copyright to Improve Patent Law
Power Point - Accommodating the Evolution of Intellectual Infrastructure: Applying Lessons from Trademark and Copyright to Improve Patent Law
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast

Andrew Torrance
The University of Kansas School of Law
Abstract - PatentSimT - Multi-User Interactive Patent System Simulation

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast

Break: 10:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m.

1st Parallel Session: 11:00 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.

Room 8005
Theme: Patents I

Room 8010
Theme: Trademarks I

Room 8009
Theme: Defenses

Michael J. Meurer
Boston University School of Law
&
Katherine Strandburg
DePaul University College of Law
Abstract - Nonobviousness and Nerd Culture

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Laura Heymann
College of William & Mary Marshall-Wythe School of Law
Abstract - The Public's Domain in Trademark Law

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Steven Hetcher
Vanderbilt University Law School
Abstract - Orphan Works and Google’s Global Library Project
Paper - Orphan Works and Google’s Global Library Project
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Joseph Miller
Lewis & Clark Law School
Abstract - Remixing Obviousness
Paper - Remixing Obviousness
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Michael Grynberg
Oklahoma City University School of Law
Abstract - Trademark Litigation as Consumer Conflict
Paper - Trademark Litigation as Consumer Conflict
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
David Olson
Boston College Law School
Abstract - Toward a First Amendment Based Copyright Misuse
Paper - Toward a First Amendment Based Copyright Misuse
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Emily Morris
The University of Michigan Law School
Abstract - Law & Economic Analysis of Patent Claim Construction

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Susan Richey
Franklin Pierce Law Center
Abstract - Category Theory Applied to Trademark Law: Cognitive Economy as the Paramount Goal in Genericism Cases

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Gary Myers
The University of Mississippi School of Law
Abstract - Toward a Unified Theory of Intellectual Property Misuse

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Jeffrey Lefstin
University of California, Hastings College of the Law
Abstract - The Path-Dependence of Claim Construction, and its Implications for Predictability in Patent Litigation

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Ken Port
William Mitchell College of Law
Abstract - Trademark Extortion: the End of Trademark Law
Paper - Trademark Extortion: The End of Trademark Law
Power Point - Trademark Extortion: The End of Trademark Law
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast


Lunch (DePaul Center 11th Floor Deck): 12:30 - 2:00 p.m.

2nd Parallel Session: 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Room 8005
Theme: Patent Empirical Studies

Room 8010
Theme: IP Law and Society I

Room 8009
Theme: IP and Structures of Sharing

Mark Lemley
Stanford University Law School
Abstract - Is the Patent Office a Rubber Stamp?
Paper - Is the Patent Office a Rubber Stamp?
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Roberta Kwall
DePaul University College of Law
Abstract - The Role of Human Rights Laws and Authorship Norms in Protecting Textual Integrity
Paper - The Role of Human Right Laws and Authorship Norms in Protecting Textual Integrity
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Brett Frischmann
Loyola University Chicago School of Law
&
Michael Madison
University of Pittsburgh School of Law
&
Joseph Miller
Lewis & Clark Law School
&
Katherine Strandburg
DePaul University College of Law
Abstract - A Framework for the Study of Constructed (Semi)Commons (or Pooling Arrangements)
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
David Schwartz
The John Marshall Law School
Abstract - An Empirical Evaluation of Whether Federal Trial Judges With More Experience in Patent Claim Construction Are More Accurate

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Shubha Ghosh
Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law
Abstract - Race, Markets and Patents
Paper - Race, Markets and Patents
Power Point - Race, Markets and Patents
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
James Grimmelmann
New York Law School
Abstract - The Virtues of Moderation: Online Communities as Semicommons
Paper - The Virtues of Moderation: Online Communities as Semicommons
Power Point - The Virtues of Moderation: Online Communities as Semicommons
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Richard Gruner
The John Marshall Law School
Abstract - Where the Action is: Using Patent Attorney Practice Locations to Identify Regional Centers of Commercially Significant Innovation

Power Point - Where the Action Is: Detecting Innovation Patterns from Patent Attorney Locations
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Dan Burk
University of Minnesota Law School
&
Jessica Reyman
Northern Illinois University
Abstract - Patents as Genre

Power Point - Patents as Genre Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Charles McManis
Washington University in St. Louis School of Law
Abstract - Facilitated Access and Benefit Sharing under the New FAO Treaty: The Interface of Open-Source and Proprietary Agricultural Innovation

Power Point - Facilitated Access & Benefit Sharing Under the New FAO Treaty: The Interface of Open-source & Proprietary Agricultural Innovation
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Andrew Chin
University of North Carolina School of Law
Abstract - Search for Tomorrow: The Patent Office's Growing Reliance on Technology to Locate Prior Art
Paper - Search for Tomorrow: The Patent Office’s Growing Reliance on Technology to Locate Prior Art
Power Point - Search for Tomorrow: The Patent Office’s Growing Reliance on Technology to Locate Prior Art
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Matthew Sag
DePaul University College of Law
Abstract - The Effect of Judicial Ideology in Intellectual Property Cases
Paper - The Effect of Judicial Ideology in Intellectual Property Cases
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Raizel Liebler
The John Marshall Law School
Abstract - Normative Cultural Contracts between Media Owners/Creators and Fan Communities

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast


Break: 3:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

3rd Parallel Session: 4:00 p.m. - 5:10 p.m.

Room 8005
Theme: IP Law and Society II

Room 8010
Theme: IP and Science

Room 8009
Theme: Trade Secrets and Unfair Competition

Sonia Katyal
Fordham Law School
Abstract - Property Altlaws II: The Anti-Delegation Doctrine in Intellectual Property
Paper - Property Altlaws II: The Anti-Delegation Doctrine in Intellectual Property
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Robin Feldman
University of California, Hastings College of the Law
Abstract - The Role of Science in Law
Paper - The Role of Science in Law
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
David Levine
Charlotte School of Law
Abstract - Incentivizing Government: The People’s Trade Secrets
Paper - Incentivizing Government: The People’s Trade Secrets
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Lisa Dolak
Syracuse University College of Law
Abstract - Media Portrayals of the United States Patent System
Paper - Media Portrayals of the United States Patent System
Power Point - Media Portrayals of the United States Patent System
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Julie Cromer
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Abstract - Lost in Space: The Importance of Geospatial Copyright

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Shyamkrishna Balganesh
University of Chicago Law School
Abstract - The Social Costs of Property Rights in Broadcast (and Cable) Signals
Paper - The Social Costs of Property Rights in Broadcast (and Cable) Signals
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Frank Pasquale
Seton Hall Law School
Abstract - Copyright and the Commodification of Advantage: The Case of Test Prep and Admissions Counseling

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Estelle Derclaye
The University of Nottingham School of Law
Abstract - Intellectual Property Rights and Global Warming

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Elizabeth Rowe
University of Florida Levin College of Law
Abstract - Filling the DMCA Void: Exploring a Take-Down Provision for Take-Down Provision for Trade Secrets on the Internet

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast

Dinner at the Art Institute of Chicago, Millennium Room:

Reception and Guided Tours: 6:00 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.
Dinner: 7:15 p.m.


DAY TWO: Friday, August 10, 2007

Continental Breakfast: 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.

4th Parallel Session: 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Room 8005
Theme: Copyright

Room 8010
Theme: IP and Public Health

Room 8009
Theme: Trademarks II

Elizabeth Townsend Gard
Tulane University Law School
Abstract - Section 104A and Section 104(a): A Case Study in the Complexities of Copyright Duration
Paper - Vera Brittain, Section 104(a) and Section 104A: A Case Study in Sorting out Duration of Foreign Works under the 1976 Copyright Act
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Cynthia Ho
Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Abstract - Patents and Public Health: Separating Strands of Fact from Fiction

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
William Ford
The John Marshall Law School
Abstract - The Use of Trademarks in Video Games: Focusing on the First Amendment

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Assaf Jacob
Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya Radzyner School of Law
Abstract - Copyrights Ownership – Reconsidering the CCNV Case

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Simone Rose
Wake Forest University School of Law
Abstract - Semiconductor Chips and Stem Cells: New Wine for New Bottles?
Paper - Semiconductor Chips and Stem Cells: New Wine for New Bottles?
Power Point - Semiconductor Chips and Stem Cells: New Wine for New Bottles?
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Katja Weckstrom
Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago-Kent College of Law
Abstract - Trademark Dilution and Trademark Law Theory- Is There A Logical Connection?
Paper - Trademark Dilution, Trade Mark Use and Trademark Law Theory- Is There A Logical Connection?
Power Point - Trademark Dilution and Trademark Use
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Marcella Favale
The University of Nottingham School of Law / The University of Sheffield
Abstract - Technological Protection Measures and Copyright Exceptions in EU27: Towards the Harmonization
Paper - Technological Protection Measures and Copyright Exceptions in EU27: Towards the Harmonization
Power Point - Technological Protection Measures (TPMs) and Copyright Exceptions in Europe Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Robert Reis
The State University of New York University at Buffalo Law School
Abstract - Intellectual Property: Enabling or Limiting? A Case in Point: Autism an Epidemic
Paper - Exploration for Intellectual Capital – Legal, Technical and Social Issues Autism – A Mystery of Epidemic Proportions
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Mark Bartholomew
The State University of New York, University at Buffalo Law School
Abstract - Trademark Law and the Power of Historical Myth
Paper - Trademark Law and the Power of Historical Myth
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Mark Schultz
Southern Illinois University School of Law
Abstract - Copyright and Productivity: Escape from the Cost Disease

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Chris Holman
University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law
Abstract - The Impact of Human Gene Patents on Innovation and Access: A Survey of Human Gene Patent Litigation
Paper - The Impact of Human Gene Patents on Innovation and Access: A Survey of Human Gene Patent Litigation
Power Point - The Impact of Human Gene Patents on Innovation and Access: A Survey of Human Gene Patent Litigation
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast


Break: 10:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m.

5th Parallel Session: 10:30 a.m.- Noon

Room 8005
Theme: The Boundaries of IP

Room 8010
Theme: Remedies

Room 8009
Theme: IP and Information

Robert Brauneis
The George Washington University Law School
&
John Duffy
The George Washington University Law School
Abstract - The Curious Divergence of Patent and Copyright Law

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Salil Mehra
Temple University Beasley School of Law
Abstract - The iPod Tax: Why Japanese Law Professors Rejected the Digital Copyright System of American Law Professors’ Dreams
Paper - The iPod Tax: Why Japanese Law Professors Rejected the Digital Copyright System of American Law Professors’ Dreams
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Kristen Osenga
University of Richmond School of Law
Abstract - The Componentization of Information
Paper - The Componentization of Information
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Miriam Bitton
University of California, Berkeley School of Law – Boalt Hall
Abstract - Is Information Patentable?

Power Point - Is Information Patentable?
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Tomas Gomez-Arostegui
Lewis & Clark Law School
Abstract - What History Can Teach Us About the Inadequate-Remedy-at-Law Requirement and Copyright Injunctions

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Michael Boone
Appalachian School of Law
Abstract - On Virtual Property and Copyright

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Jeanne Fromer
Fordham Law School
Abstract - Claiming Intellectual Property
Paper - Claiming Intellectual Property
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Kevin Outterson
Boston University School of Law
Abstract - Compulsory Licenses as Eminent Domain

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Deven Desai
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Abstract - Property, Persona, and Publicity
Paper - Property, Persona, and Publicity
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Michael Risch
West Virginia University College of Law
Abstract - Everything is Patentable

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Alan Garfield
Widener University School of Law
Abstract - Calibrating Copyright Statutory Damages to Promote Speech
Paper - Calibrating Copyright Statutory Damages to Promote Speech
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast


Lunch (DePaul Center 11th Floor Deck): Noon - 1:30 p.m.

6th Parallel Session: 1:30 P.M. - 3:00 p.m.

Room 8005
Theme: Patents II

Room 8010
Theme: International IP

Room 8009
Theme: IP in Cyberspace

Timothy Holbrook
Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago-Kent College of Law
Abstract - Equivalency and Patent Law's Possession Paradox
Paper -  Equivalency and Patent Law’s Possession Paradox
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Peter Yu
Drake University Law School
Abstract - Teaching International Intellectual Property Law
Paper - Teaching International Intellectual Property Law
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Mary Wong
Franklin Pierce Law Center
Abstract - User-Generated Content: Has the Time Come for Users' Rights?

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Kevin Collins
Indiana University School of Law
Abstract - A Nonvolitional Conduct Exemption to Strict Liability for Patent Infringement, or the Problem of Insufficient Thought Control
Paper - A Nonvolitional Conduct Exemption to Strict Liability for Patent Infringement, or the Problem of Insufficient Thought Control
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Kali Murray
Marquette University School of Law
Abstract - Core Competencies: The Question of Heterogeneity in the Patent Law of the European Union

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Ned Snow
University of Arkansas School of Law
Abstract - Innocent Internet Infringement: Copytraps on the Information Superhighway

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Gary Pulsinelli
The University of Tennessee College of Law
Abstract - Fixing Festo: How the Foreseeability Test for the Doctrine of Equivalents Punishes Innovation (and What to Do about It)
Paper - Fixing Festo: How the Foreseeability Test for the Doctrine of Equivalents Punishes Innovation (and What to Do about It)
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Sean Pager
University of Richmond School of Law
Abstract - Patents on a Shoestring: Making Patent Systems Work for Developing Countries
Paper - Patents on a Shoestring: Making Patent Systems Work for Developing Countries
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Lee Petherbridge
Loyola Law School Los Angeles
&
R. Polk Wagner
University of Pennsylvania Law School
Abstract - The Federal Circuit and the Doctrine of Equivalents

Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Cheng Lim Saw
Singapore Management University Lee Kong Chian School of Business
&
Susanna H.S. Leong
National University of Singapore
Abstract - Bad Faith and Trade Mark Registrations in Singapore
Paper - Bad Faith and Trade Mark Registrations in Singapore
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast
Aaron Burstein
University of California, Berkeley School of Law – Boalt Hall
Abstract - Toward a Culture of Cyber Security Research
Paper - Toward a Culture of Cybersecurity Research
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast


Break: 3:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Final Plenary Session: 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Mark McKenna
Saint Louis University School of Law
Abstract - Trademark Use and the Problem of Source in Trademark Law
Paper - Trademark Use and the Problem of Source in Trademark Law
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast

K.J. Greene
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Abstract - 
Paper - Intellectual Property at the Intersection of Race and Gender: Or Lady Sings the Blues
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast

Thomas Cotter
University of Minnesota Law School
Abstract - Fair Use and Copyright Overenforcement
Paper - Fair Use and Copyright Overenforcement
Podcasts - Audio Podcast, Video Podcast