- Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 12:00PM - 1:00PM
- Room 121
- Open To The Yale Community
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Please join the Information Society Project for a lunch panel discussion regarding Impression v. Lexmark. Professor Amy Kapczynski, Professor Jason Schultz and Professor Timothy Holbrook will discuss the implications of the court's decision to restrict the rights of patent owners both domestically and internationally.
Amy Kapczynski is a Professor of Law at Yale Law School and faculty director of the Global Health Justice Partnership. Her areas of research include information policy, intellectual property law, international law, and global health.
Jason Schultz is a Professor of Clinical Law, Director of NYU's Technology Law & Policy Clinic, and Co-Director of the Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy. His clinical projects, research, and writing primarily focus on the ongoing struggles to balance traditional areas of law such as intellectual property and privacy with the public interest in free expression, access to knowledge, civil rights, and innovation in light of new technologies and the challenges they pose.
Timothy Holbrook is a Professor of Law at Emory. He has authored over thirty publications and has given over one hundred presentations around the world on patent law. His recent work has explored the impact of 3D printing on patent law, the extraterritorial reach of US patent law, and the function of patent disclosures.
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