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Medical Device Cybersecurity Regulation 

Prof. Christopher S. Yoo and Bethany Lee L’22 advocate FDA regulatory action to better address cybersecurity risks of medical devices such as pacemakers.

Why You Should Protect Your Intellectual Property 

At “This Is Small Business,” Practice Prof. Cynthia Dahl offers her insights and shares resources to help you protect your intellectual property.

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Addressing Bias in AI 

In “Policy Lab: AI and Implicit Bias,” students propose solutions to address intersectional bias in generative AI.

Premerger Notification Proposal Faces a Rocky Path 

At The Regulatory Review, CTIC Senior Fellow Justin (Gus) Hurwitz examines the FTC’s recent proposed changes to its premerger notification forms, arguing they are unlikely to survive judicial review.

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Equitable Artificial Intelligence 

At The Regulatory Review, Janaina Rodrigues Valle Gomes LLM’23 explores policy recommendations proposed by Rangita de Silva de Alwis and other scholars to ensure equity in AI development.

Shira Perlmutter L'83, Register of Copyrights, and Kathi Vidal L'96, Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office

Directing IP in D.C. 

Two of the most powerful IP regulators in the Capitol are Penn Carey Law alumnae.

Government Accountability in the Age of AI 

Prof. Cary Coglianese argues that a recent federal appellate decision “could turn out to hold the key to accountability in an era of increasingly digitized government.”

Federal Right of Publicity 

Prof. Jennifer E. Rothman continues to warn that “the right of publicity may pose a significant legal roadblock for developers of AI.”

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Intellectual Property to Change the World 

In the Detkin Intellectual Property and Technology Legal Clinic, future intellectual property lawyers hone their skills while helping clients grow ideas that change the world.


Questions Remain After SCOTUS Trademark Decision 

Prof. Jennifer E. Rothman discusses the Supreme Court’s narrow ruling in the Jack Daniel’s case and its implications for both that case and trademark law generally.


AI for the Antitrust Regulator 

Prof. Cary Coglianese writes, “The same digital tools that drive innovations in the private sector can—and in some cases must—be deployed to improve regulators’ ability to oversee markets.”

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Fair Use in Visual Arts 

Practice Prof. Cynthia Dahl writes that the Andy Warhol SCOTUS decision “has wider implications for other art forms, like music and adaptions of literary works.”

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September 26, 2023

Study Abroad Q&A (hybrid)

Join the Office of International Affairs (OIA) for this info session on studying abroad in the 2024-2025 academic year (targeted mainly to 2Ls, but 1Ls are welcome to attend). Learn more about Penn Carey Law’s eight partner programs (in China, France, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, and the UK) as well as ad-hoc study abroad opportunities. Application deadline for both Fall 2024 and full-year programs is Monday, November 27. Additional details available on the Study Abroad website. RSVP to attend in-person. Virtual attendees can register via Zoom.

September 26, 2023

“Dark Waters” screening

Professor Tom Baker’s Torts class will screen the film “Dark Waters” on Sept. 26 in Fitts Auditorium.

September 26, 2023

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

Join us for a discussion with Penn faculty about current and emerging issues in technology, intellectual property, and entertainment and media law. Right of publicity, fair use, name, image, and likeness (NIL), AI, and Big Tech and antitrust are among the areas that will be explored.