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TAX EXPERT ADDRESSES POLICY SEMINAR

O’Connor

Eileen O’Connor, Assistant Attorney General for the Tax Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, was the featured speaker in meeting of the Tax Law Policy Seminar in March. O’Connor was formerly an officer with the accounting firm of Aronson, Fetridge and Weigle. The class is co-taught by professors of law Reed Shuldiner and Michael Knoll.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GROUP PRESENTS TOPICAL PANELS

One of the newest student groups presented a pair of engaging roundtable discussions this past Spring. Penn Intellectual Property Group, a collaborative group comprised of students from across the University of Pennsylvania, was established in the Fall of 2001 to promote intellectual property interest and activities on campus. R. Bruce Rich L’73, a partner with Weil Gotshal & Manges in New York, joined a panel to discuss “Regulating the Creativity Market: Legal Aspects of Arts & Entertainment” in April. Earlier in the year, Assistant Professor of Law Arti Rai moderated a panel discussion entitled “Intellectual Property & Life Sciences: Upstream Research to Downstream Product.” The panel examined how intellectual property rights affect the transformation of scientific research into bio-pharmacological products and successful businesses.

 
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