The Mid-Atlantic chapter of the Federal Communications Bar Association, the Wharton School of Business, and the Center for Technology, Innovation, and Competition at Penn Law are jointly sponsoring a happy hour Wednesday, February 25, from 6-8 PM at Doc Magrogan’s (3432 Sansom Street). If you have an interest in telecommunications or Internet law and policy, we encourage you to attend.
The Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition (CTIC) is pleased to host Robert D. Cooter, Herman F. Selvin Professor of Law; Co-Director, Law and Economics Program at Berkeley Law.
This talk is part of CTIC’s ongoing Workshop Series, which seeks to promote dialogue among law faculty interested in law and technology, including such varied topics as intellectual property, privacy, and telecommunication regulation. The workshop series also draws faculty from across the university as well as members of the Philadelphia-area Cyberlunch group, which consists of professors from other area schools and local practitioners interested in law and technology. The discussions have always been lively and enlightening.
The Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition (CTIC) at Penn Law has coordinated with the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) to offer a term-length internship opportunity with EFF in San Francisco for the spring 2015 semester. This internship has been approved for twelve academic credits.
Please join the Penn Law Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition (CTIC) for our first CTIC Lunchtime Speaker of the year, M. Kelly Tillery (L’79).
Mr. Tillery is a national authority in intellectual property and anti-counterfeiting protection, is a partner with Pepper Hamilton LLP and a member of the firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation Practice Group.
Mr. Tillery focuses his practice on IP litigation and is known for his work in anti-counterfeiting actions, especially injunctions and seizure orders. He has long been in the forefront of obtaining individual, national and facility injunctions to protect the trademarks and copyrights of performing artists as well as major software, novelty, jewelry and designer manufacturers from around the world. He also has extensive experience in commercial litigation.
Lunch will be provided. RSVP required.