IPSC 2002

 





schedule

Wednesday, August 7

7:00

 

Drinks at the Royalton

Hosted by Justin Hughes and Peter Yu

Thursday, August 8

Room 1008

Cardozo Law School

8:30

 

Breakfast

9:15

 

Welcoming Remarks

 

9:20

 

Roberta Kwall

DePaul College of Law

“Narrative, Creation, and Copyright”

(developed from the author's previous article: "Author-Stories:" Narrative's Implications for Moral Rights and Copyright's Joint Authorship Doctrine, 75 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1 (2001))

10:00

 

Susan Scafidi

Dedman School of Law, Southern Methodist University

"Property, Culture, and Time”

10:40

 

Coffee Break

11:00

 

Mark Lemley

Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California at Berkeley

“Are the U.S. Patent Priority Rules Really Necessary?”

11:40

 

Arti Rai

University of Pennsylvania Law School

“Facts, Law, and Policy: An Allocation-of-Powers Approach to Patent Reform”

12:20

 

Cynthia Ho

Loyola University School of Law--Chicago

"Moving TRIPS Forward from the Doha Conference"

1:00

 

Lunch

2:00

 

Peter Yu

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University

“The Copyright Divide: A Comparative Inquiry into the Causes of Massive Copyright Piracy”

2:40

 

Diane Zimmerman

New York University School of Law

"Authorship Without Ownership"

3:20

 

Shubha Ghosh

University at Buffalo Law School, SUNY

“Manufacturing Law: Copyright Doctrine and Functional Expressions”

4:00

 

Coffee Break

4:20

 

Joseph Liu

Boston College Law School

"An Empirical Study of the DMCA’s Impact on Encryption Research"

5:00

 

Michael Madison

University of Pittsburgh School of Law

“The Fairness of File Sharing”

5:40

 

Michael Meurer

Boston University School of Law

Sharing Copyrighted Works and Patented Technology”

 

6:45

 

Dinner

Borgo Antico 22 E. 13th Street

Friday, August 9. 2002

Room 1008

Cardozo Law School

9:00

 

Breakfast

9:30

 

Peter Menell

Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California at Berkeley

“Defusing the Termination of Transfers Time Bomb”

Also of interest to participants:

Envisioning Copyright Law’s Digital Future

10:10

 

Michael Carrier

Rutgers School of Law—Camden

“Solving the Patent-Antitrust Intersection with a Three- Dimensional Construct of Exclusion”

10:50

 

Coffee Break

11:10

 

Ann Bartow

University of South Carolina School of Law

“Nimmer and the Norms of Copyright Jurisprudence”

11:50

 

Jacqueline Lipton

Case Western Reserve University School of Law

"Matters of Fact: Refocusing the Database Debate"

12:30

 

Lunch

1:30

 

Timothy Holbrook

Chicago-Kent College of Law

“International Implications of Patent Infringement via Offers to Sell”

2:10

 

Paul Heald

University of Georgia School of Law

"The Quantum Mechanics of Patent Valuation"

 

Commentators and Participants:

 

C. Edwin Baker

University of Pennsylvania Law School

 

Robert Brauneis

The George Washington University Law School

 

Michael W. Carroll

Villanova University School of Law

 

Graeme B. Dinwoodie

Chicago-Kent College of Law

 

Llew Gibbons

University of Toledo School of Law

 

Wendy J. Gordon

Boston University School of Law

 

Justin Hughes

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University

 

Michael Meadow

Brooklyn Law School

 

Kazuo Makino

Faculty of Law, Kokushikan University, Japan

 

Dawn C. Nunziato

The George Washington University Law School

 

Katherine J. Strandburg

DePaul College of Law