Second Annual CICL Proceedings

Second Annual Conference on Innovation and Communication Law

CICL2 Proceedings

x Speaker Affiliation Session Presentation
x Adam Andrzejewski Justus Liebig University Giessen Issues in Patent Law Live Patent Auctions: The New Intellectual Property Marketplace
x M. Scott Boone Appalachian School of Law
Issues in Patent Law x
Vanessa Cunningham-Engram North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University New (and Not So New) Issues Posed by Internet Tools Sexual Content and Social Media: Issues and Limitations and 

To "Sext" or Not to "Sext": What are the Legal Consequences?

x Jon Garon Hamline University School of Law IP and Communications Norms in the Internet Age Content, Control and the Socially Networked Film
x Robert Heverly Michigan State University College of Law Vexing Issues in Copyright Law Is Information?
x Jim Higgins Middleton Reutlinger Ethical Issues in Intellectual Property Law PTO Rule 56: The Duty of Candor and Disclosure - Ethical Foundation of the USA Patent System
x Kenneth Katkin Salmon P. Chase College of Law Communications Law and Dissemination of Information The Global Broadband Satellite Infrastructure Initiative
Annette Kur Max-Planck Institute for IP, Competition and Tax Law, University of Stockholm, University of Munich Keynote Address x
x Ulla-Maija Mylly Turku School of Economics, Finland Evaluating Copyright's Role in Educating Society Harmonizing Copyright Rules for Computer Program Interface Protection
x Ira Nathenson St. Thomas University School of Law (Miami) IP and Communications Norms in the Internet Age Civil Procedures for a DMCA World
x Alina Ng Mississippi College School of Law Vexing Issues in Copyright Law Owning Literary and Artistic Works
x Mark Schultz DePaul University College of Law Intellectual Property and Development Nashville in Africa: Culture, Institutions, Entrepreneurship and Development
x Ted Sichelman University of San Diego School of Law Intellectual Property Enforcement: Issues and Limitations The Vonage Trilogy: A Case Study in "Patent Bullying"