Iowa Law's patent moot court team, comprised of Shyam Goswami and Abby Neu, is headed to the national Giles Sutherland Rich patent moot court competition in Washington DC after winning Second Place at the regional competition in Chicago. This is the third year in a row that one of Iowa Law's teams has advanced to the national competition.
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Iowa Law's IP Advocacy team won the award for Best Brief and advanced to the semi-finals in the Irving Kaufman securities moot court competition hosted by Fordham Law School in New York City. Brett Holubeck, Sarah Raaii, and Raxit Shah beat out teams from Georgetown, New York University, the University of Wisconsin, and others to compete in the final four. This is the first time that our IP Advocacy class has sent a team to this competition.
In this article, Professor Rantanen argues that--contrary to conventional wisdom--there are a variety of important ways in which patent rights are not static and fixed. To read the article, click here and then press the "download this paper" button.
In this article, Professor Hovenkamp examines the relationship between competition policy and information technology, paying particular attention to the opportunities and challenges presented by digitization. To read the article, click here and then press the "download this paper" button.
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