Detkin Intellectual Property Clinic supports Penn’s efforts to commercialize vital vaccine technology
As part of the clinic, Alex DeLaney GR’19, L’22 helped support the University’s technology licensing process.
Detkin IP and Technology Legal Clinic joins USPTO’s Certification Program to officially represent trademark clients before Examiners
Penn Law’s Detkin Intellectual Property and Technology Legal Clinic has newly been invited to join the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s Law School Clinic Certification Program, as part of the trademark portion of the program.
On October 4, a panel of professors at Penn Law discussed six possible patent law cases for the U.S. Supreme Court’s upcoming term.
Penn Law students Stephen DeSalvo L’17 and Matt Lembo L’17 won the national championship of the 44th annual American Intellectual Property Law Association Giles S. Rich Moot Court.
The University of Pennsylvania and edX are offering a free online course on intellectual property law and policy taught by IP and patent law expert R. Polk Wagner.
F. Scott Kieff L’94 of the U.S. International Trade Commission delivered the keynote talk at the Penn Intellectual Property Group’s symposium on the past and future of design patents.
Important court decisions, revelations about NSA spying, and high-profile trials were among the legal events that captured headlines in 2013. Here, Penn Law faculty to weigh in on the year’s top legal developments.
The rise of pervasive digital surveillance and what it means for the academic world and future professionals was the subject of a program sponsored Oct. 17 by Penn Law and the Center for Global Communication Studies at the Annenberg School for Communication.