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Tuesday, April 14, 2009
From criminalized downloads to passionately debated Congressional patent reform, Intellectual Property is changing dramatically, with every part—patent, copyright, and trademark—being fundamentally altered by the combination of digital technology and a globalized, connected world. Q. Todd Dickinson will talk about how these changes are challenging existing industries and emerging technologies, and how the changes might be reflected in a new Administration’s IP agenda.
New York Law School, "The Future of Intellectual Property in a Digitized, Globalized World and Prospects for Reform at Home" (2009). Institute for Information Law and Policy at NYLS (Event Posters). 12.