Mossoff, Claeys Participate in CPIP Academic Roundtable

Professors Adam Mossoff and Eric Claeys participated in a March 7–8 academic roundtable on "Patented Inventions and Promoting Innovation" held at Half Moon Bay in California.

The roundtable represented the inaugural academic event held by Mason Law's Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (CPIP), for which Mossoff serves as Co-Director of Academic Programs and a Senior Scholar.

The newest of the law school's centers, the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property is dedicated to the scholarly analysis of intellectual property rights and the technological, commercial and creative innovation they facilitate. Through its programs, CPIP seeks to promote balanced academic discussions grounded in rigorous scholarship and well-informed public policy debates on how securing property rights in innovation and creativity are essential to a successful and flourishing economy.