Category: JIPEL Blog 2013 – 2014

Legal Education for Nonlawyers

Last fall Cydney Swofford wrote about the growth of legal courses in journalism programs. Journalism is not the only field whose graduates would benefit from baseline legal training. Like journalism, STEM fields produce large...

Printing Prada

The fashion industry has fought long and hard against counterfeiters who copy coveted designs and sell them for a small fraction of the price, but intellectual property laws have not really provided the industry...

Loser Pays in Patent Litigation?

With the America Invents Act and its overhaul of U.S. patent system just barely behind us, Congress has introduced eleven bills for further reform this year. Each of these bills addresses the abusive litigation...

FRAND Injunction: What’s Your Function?

Recently, NYU Law’s “Competition, Innovation, and Information Law Program” hosted a presentation by John Harkrider, a prominent antitrust litigator on the frontlines of the Smartphone Wars and partner at Axinn, Veltrop & Harkrider LLP....