ipsc 2005

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE
events and speakers

PRINTABLE VERSION of CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

ABSTRACTS

Registration & Submission

Hotel Arrangements and Getting to Cardozo

Prior IPSC Programs & Attendees

 

Cardozo IP Program

Cardozo IP Faculty

2004-2005 IP Speakers

Modest Proposals 2.0

Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal

 

 

 

 

 

 

IPSC 2005 is over. Thanks to the approximately 70 scholars from 50+ institutions who joined us. Paper abstracts will remain posted as well as links to papers (with each presenter's permission). Information on IPSC 2006 will eventually be posted here.

About the 5th Annual IPSC

August 11-12, 2005
Cardozo School of Law

55 Fifth Avenue @12th Street

New York, NY 10003

The Intellectual Property Law Program at Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, will host the 5th Annual Intellectual Property Scholars Conference on August 11-12, 2005. The IPSC conference brings together intellectual property scholars to present their works-in-progress, as well as providing young scholars with networking opportunities and allows them to benefit from advice and guidance offered by veteran academics.

IPSC 2005 will include both plenary and "break out" sessions, allowing scholars to choose whether to present their works-in-progress in smaller group settings or before the larger conference group. The conference will have space for 8-10 plenary presentations and, depending on interest, approximately 18 presentations in the smaller sessions which will run on parallel tracks. To the extent possible, break-out sessions will be scheduled in thematic clusters and avoid obvious topic or interest "conflicts."

The IPSC format is designed to facilitate free-ranging discussion and to help people hone their ideas. Papers presented should be works in progress that can benefit from substantial commentary and revision. Because of the importance of group discussion, we ask that attendees and presenters plan to stay for the whole conference.

The conference is co-sponsored by the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, Boalt Hall School of Law; the Center for Intellectual Property, Law and Information Technology, DePaul College of Law; and the Stanford Program in Law, Science and Technology, Stanford Law School.

There is no charge to attend the conference.  Conference participants (including paper presenters) are expected to pay for transportation and lodging.  Cardozo will announce special hotel price arrangements for August 10-13 shortly.

Cardozo School of Law will provide complementary food and drink throughout the conference, including the IP Scholars Dinner on Thursday, August 11, 2005 (spouses or significant others are welcome to attend the dinner).

IPSC 2005 will accommodate as many scholars as possible, but we reserve the right to limit the conference to 28 presentations [total] and 50 participants.

Tentative Conference Schedule

IPSC 2005
The 5th Annual Intellectual Property Scholars Conference

THURSDAY, August 11

8:30 am COFFEE, PASTRIES, and REGISTRATION
 
9:00 am - noon

First PLENARY Session
[40 minute presentations]
Jacob Burns Moot Court Room 1st Floor

 
9:00 am welcome

1.       Robin Feldman, U.C. Hastings
                  Rethinking Rights in Biospace

2.       Tim Holbrook, Chicago Kent
                  Enabling Enablement in Patent Law

3.       Julie Cromer, Thomas Jefferson School of Law
                  Much Ado about Little: How the de minimus doctrine is causing
                  big problems

4.       Adam Mosoff, Michigan State University
          Eric Claeys, St. Louis University
                  Patents, Prices, and Property: Drug Patents and the
                  Takings Claus

noon - 1:30 pm LUNCH
 
1:30 - 3:30 PM First BREAK-OUT session
[30 minute presentations]

 

Track A
Track B
Track C
TMs and dilution
© and Tech
Patent
Room 304
Room 303
Room 305

Sonya Katyal
Fordham

Dan Burk
U Minnesota
Katherine Strandburg
DePaul
David Barnes
Seton Hall
John Rothchild
Wayne State
Richard Gruner
Whittier
Ilanah Simon
U London
Niva Elkin-Koren
Haifa
Chris Holman
U Missouri - Kansas City
Christina Bohannan
U Iowa
David Opderbeck
Baruch College
Kristen Osenga
Chicago Kent

 

-- Break

4:00 - 6:00 pm Second BREAK-OUT session
[30 minute presentations]

 

Track D
Track E
Track F
Econ/Reg
© and Speech
© and Speech II
Room 304
Room 303
Room 305
Steven Wilf
U Connecticut
Michael Landau
Georgia State
Matthew Sag
Northwestern
Phil Weiser
U Colorado
Marc Greenberg
Golden Gate
Michael Carroll
Villanova
Thomas Cotter
U Florida
Herrko Hietanen
Helsinki Institute
S. Leong/C.L. Saw
National U Singapore
Brett Frischmann
Loyola Chicago
Tom Bell
Chapman
Michael Birnhack
Haifa Center


7:00 pm CONFERENCE DINNER
~~ late night jazz

FRIDAY

9:00 - 11:00 am Third BREAK-OUT session
[30 minute presentations]

 

Track G
Track H
Track I
Preemption
Privacy
Patent
Room 304
Room 303
Room 305
Joseph Bauer
Notre Dame
Sharon Sandeen
Hamline
Lee Petherbridge
Loyola - Los Angeles
Peter Menell
U.C. Berkeley
Neil Richards
Washington U
Amy Landers
University of the Pacific
M. Scott Boone
Appalachian
Gaia Bernstein
Seton Hall
Mike Meurer
University of Boston
Larissa Katz
Queen's U - Ontario
Marcy Peek
Whittier
David Adelman
U Arizona

 

-- Break

11:30 - 1:00 pm Fourth BREAK-OUT session
[30 minute presentations]

 

Track J
Track K
Track L
Trademark
Copyright
Patent
Room 304
Room 303
Room 305
Barton Beebe
Cardozo
K.J. Greene
Thomas Jefferson
Gregory Mandel
Albany
Lisa Ramsey
U San Diego
Cyrill Rigamonti
Harvard
Jay Kesan
U Illinois - Champaign
Devan Desai
Thomas Jefferson
Fummi Arewa
Case
Jack Lerner
U.C. Berkeley

 

1:00 - 2:15 pm LUNCH
 
2:15 - 5:00 pm Second PLENARY session
[40 minute presentations]
Jacob Burns Moot Court Room, 1st Floor

 

5.       Kali Murray, University of Mississippi
                  Rules for Radicals: A "Politics" of Intellectual Property

6.       Ann Bartow, University of South Carolina
                 Naming Rights: Trademarks of Privilege
                  in honor of Stanford joining the IPSC group

7.       Margaret Jane Radin, Stanford University
                  The Linguistic Turn in Patent Law

8.       Mark Lemley, Stanford University
                  The Changing Meaning of Patent Claim Terms

COCKTAILS [as this point, you may need it]

Other participating scholars

         Jasmine Abdel-Khalik, University of Missouri - Kansas City
         Valerie Benabou, University of Versailles / St. Quentin
         Laura Bradford, New York University
         Susan Crawford, Cardozo
         Christine Galbraith, University of Maine
         Ted Hagelin, Syracuse University
         Justin Hughes, Cardozo
         Mark Janis, University of Iowa
         Greg Lastowska , Rutgers School of Law
         Michael Madison, U Pittsburgh
         Marcy Peek, Whittier Law School
         Joel Reidenberg, Fordham University
         Jennifer Rothman, Washington University, St. Louis
         Pamela Samuelson, U.C. Berkeley
         Mark Schultz, Southern Illinois University
         Sara Stradler, Emory University
         Stewart Sterk, Cardozo
         Alan Wolf, Cardozo
         Liu Joseph, Boston College Law School
         Sarnoff Joshua D., "Glushko-Samuelson IP Law Clinic
         Washington College of Law, American University
         Pasquale Frank, Seton Hall Law School
         Dinwoodie Graeme B., Chicago-Kent College of Law
         Dreyfuss Rochelle, NYU School of Law
         Safrin Sabrina, Rutgers Law School

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