The Syracuse University College of Law will host the Symposium on Forgotten IP Cases on April 22, 2017. The symposium will be held at the Washington, DC, campus of Syracuse Law, located at Greenberg House. The papers presented will be be published in the Syracuse Law Review, guest edited by Zvi Rosen of Hofstra University and the Copyright Office.
If you plan to be in the DC area on April 22, 2017, or are otherwise interested in participating in the discussion, please RSVP to Shubha Ghosh. Although the presenter slots are filled, possible discussants or audience members are more than welcome. RSVPs are to help plan catering for breakfast and lunch.
Symposium Participants & Projects
- Sam Ernst (Chapman Law School) on Boyden Power Brake Co. v. Westinghouse, 170 U.S. 537 (1898)
- Jessica Kiser (Gonzaga Law School) on Wallpaper Manufacturers, Limited v. Crown Wallcovering Corporation
- Amelia Smith Rinehart (Utah Law School) on E. Bement & Sons v. National Harrow Co. (1902)
- Zvi Rosen (Hofstra Law School and Copyright Office) on Perris v. Hexamer
- Bob Brauneis (George Washington Law School) on CBS v. Loews
- Bruce Boyden (Marquette Law School) on Palmer v. Daly
- Brian Frye (Kentucky Law School) on in re Invention of a Slave – AG Opinion