Intellectual Property Law Symposium on Emerging Issues in IP

| By: Susan Good

emerging_issues_in_intellectual_property_symposium_web The Notre Dame Intellectual Property Law Society presented a symposium on March 2.

The program featured opening remarks by Dean Nell Jessup Newton and presentations on “Clean Tech Intellectual Property” by Eric Lane of McKenna, Long, & Aldridge; “The Rise of Contingent Fee Representation in Patent Litigation” by Professor David Schwartz of Chicago-Kent College of Law; “Post-Grant Review at the USPTO” by Barry Irwin of Kirkland & Ellis; and a panel discussion moderated by Prof. Jodi Clifford on “The Leahy-Smith America Invents Act in Practice.”