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October 29, 2021

Penn Law Antitrust Association’s Annual SeminarCompetition Around the Globe and Beyond

Join the Penn Law Antitrust Association (PLAA) first annual seminar on October 29, 2021! In a hybrid format, the event will host leading scholars and practitioners from the public and private sectors in selected panels to explore the latest antitrust discussions spanning various areas and key topics of competition around the globe.

Past Events

October 14, 2021

CTIC Career Speaker Series: Susan Spaeth L’89

Join us as we hear from Susan Spaeth about her incredible career and how Penn Law helped prepare her. This event is open to all Law School students interested.

September 29, 2021

Current and Emerging Issues in Technology, Intellectual Property, and Entertainment & Media Law

Watch and join us for an in-depth discussion of new and emerging developments in technology, intellectual property, and entertainment & media law.

September 28, 2021

Opportunities in Law & Technology

You can watch and learn about all the exciting law and technology opportunities at Penn!

September 10, 2021

Economics of Digital Services Inaugural Research Symposium on September 10 and 11, 2021

a virtual event co-sponsored by CTIC and The Warren Center for Network & Data Sciences by invitation only

April 20, 2021

Careers in IP

This event is open to current Faculty, Staff, and Students, as well as Law School Alumni.

April 6, 2021

The Future of Copyright Law: The CASE Act and Beyond

Tuesday, April 6, 2021 4:30-6:00pm ET University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School– Virtual Event When Congress passed COVID-19 relief at the end of 2020, it also enacted the Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement Act (CASE Act). The Act created the Copyright Claims Board as an alternative venue to resolve small claims of copyright infringement. However, skeptics fear that the Act, rather than resolving existing complications with online copyright infringement, will instead harm everyday users of the Internet. The panel of distinguished experts will discuss implications of the CASE Act as well as potential developments in copyright law, such as Senator Thom Tillis’s proposal of the Digital Copyright Act (DCA).