Prof. Peter K. Yu

Kern Family Chair in Intellectual Property Law

Director, Intellectual Property Law Center

Drake University Law School


 

 

conferences

 

Second Annual Intellectual Property Scholars Conference

SECOND ANNUAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SCHOLARS CONFERENCE

 

Benjamin N. Cardozo

School of Law

Yeshiva University

 

August 8-9, 2002

 

SCHEDULE


August 7, 2002

 

7:00

Drinks at The Royalton
Hosted by Justin Hughes and Peter Yu

 

August 8, 2002

 

Room 1008

 

8:30

Breakfast

 

9:15

Welcoming Remarks

 

Prof. Peter K. Yu, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University & Research Associate, Programme in Comparative Media Law & Policy, University of Oxford

 

9:20

Prof. Roberta Rosenthal Kwall, DePaul University College of Law

 

"Narrative, Creation, and Copyright"

Published as: "Author-Stories:" Narrative's Implications for Moral Rights and Copyright's Joint Authorship Doctrine, 75 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1 (2001)

10:00

Prof. Susan Scafidi, Dedman School of Law, Southern Methodist University

 

"Intellectual Property, Culture, and Time"

Published in: Who Owns Culture?: Appropriation and Authenticity in American Law (2005)

10:40

Coffee Break

 

11:00

Prof. Mark A. Lemley, Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California at Berkeley

 

"Are the U.S. Patent Priority Rules Really Necessary?"

Published as: Are the U.S. Patent Priority Rules Really Necessary?, 54 Hastings L.J. 1299 (2003) (with Colleen V. Chien)

11:40

Prof. Arti K. Rai, University of Pennsylvania Law School

 

“Facts, Law, and Policy: An Allocation-of-Powers Approach to Patent Reform” 

Published as: Engaging Facts and Policy: A Multi-Institutional Approach to Patent System Reform, 103 Colum. L. Rev. 1035 (2003)

 

12:20

Prof. Cynthia M. Ho, Loyola University Chicago School of Law

 

"Moving TRIPS Forward from the Doha Conference"

 

1:00

Lunch

 

2:00

Prof. Peter K. Yu, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University & Research Associate, Programme in Comparative Media Law & Policy, University of Oxford

 

“The Copyright Divide: A Comparative Inquiry into the Causes of Massive Copyright Piracy” 

Published as: The Copyright Divide, 25 Cardozo L. Rev. 331 (2003)

2:40

Prof. Diane L. Zimmerman, New York University School of Law

 

"Authorship Without Ownership"

Published as: Authorship Without Ownership: Reconsidering Incentives in a Digital Age, 52 DePaul L. Rev. 1121 (2003)

3:20

Prof. Shubha Ghosh, University at Buffalo Law School, SUNY

 

“Manufacturing Law: Copyright Doctrine and Functional Expressions” 

Published as: Copyright as Privatization: The Case of Model Codes, 78 Tul. L. Rev. 653 (2004)

4:00

Coffee Break

 

4:20

Prof. Joseph P. Liu, Boston College Law School

 

"An Empirical Study of the DMCA’s Impact on Encryption Research"

Published as: The DMCA and the Regulation of Scientific Research, 18 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 501 (2003)

5:00

Prof. Michael J. Madison, University of Pittsburgh School of Law

 

“The Fairness of File Sharing” 

Published as: A Pattern-Oriented Approach to Fair Use, 45 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1525 (2004)

5:40

Prof. Michael J. Meurer, Boston University School of Law

 

“Sharing Copyrighted Works and Patented Technology” 

Published as: Too Many Markets or Too Few? Copyright Policy Toward Shared Works, 77 S. Cal. L. Rev. 903 (2004)

6:45

Dinner

Borgo Antico

22 E. 13th Street, New York, NY

 

August 9. 2002

 

Room 1008

 

9:00

Breakfast

 

9:30

Prof. Peter S. Menell, Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California at Berkeley

 

“Defusing the Termination of Transfers Time Bomb” 

Published as: Sound Recordings, Works for Hire, and the Termination-of-Transfers Time Bomb, 49 J. Copyright Soc'y U.S.A. 387 (2001) (with David Nimmer)

10:10 

Prof. Michael Carrier, Rutgers School of Law—Camden

 

“Solving the Patent-Antitrust Intersection with a Three- Dimensional Construct of Exclusion”

 

10:50

Coffee Break

 

11:10

Prof. Ann Bartow, University of South Carolina School of Law

 

“Nimmer and the Norms of Copyright Jurisprudence” 

Published as: The Hegemony of the Copyright Treatise, 73 U. Cin. L. Rev. 581 (2004)

11:50

Prof. Jacqueline Lipton, Case Western Reserve University School of Law

 

"Matters of Fact: Refocusing the Database Debate"

Published as: Balancing Private Rights and Public Policies: Reconceptualizing Property in Databases, 18 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 773 (2003)

12:30

Lunch

 

1:30 

Prof. Timothy R. Holbrook, Chicago-Kent College of Law

 

“International Implications of Patent Infringement via Offers to Sell” 

Published as: Liability for the "Threat of a Sale": Assessing Patent Infringement for Offering to Sell an Invention and Implications for the On-Sale Patentability Bar and Other Forms of Infringement, 43 Santa Clara L. Rev. 751 (2003)

2:10 

Prof. Paul J. Heald, University of Georgia School of Law

 

"The Quantum Mechanics of Patent Valuation"

Published as: Random Walks, Non-Cooperative Games, and the Complex Mathematics of Patent Pricing, 55 Rutgers L. Rev. 1175 (2003) (with F. Russell Denton)

COMMENTATORS

 

Prof. C. Edwin Baker

University of Pennsylvania Law School

 

Prof. Robert Brauneis

The George Washington University Law School

 

Prof. Michael W. Carroll

Villanova University School of Law

 

Prof. Graeme B. Dinwoodie

Chicago-Kent College of Law

 

Prof. Llewellyn J. Gibbons

University of Toledo School of Law

 

Prof. Wendy J. Gordon

Boston University School of Law

Prof. Justin Hughes
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University

Prof. Dawn C. Nunziato
The George Washington University Law School

Prof. Katherine J. Strandburg
DePaul University College of Law

 
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