GAI Holds Economics Institute In California

GAI Holds Economics Institute In California

The Global Antitrust Institute (GAI) hosted an Economics Institute for Competition Enforcement Officials June 24 - 29 in Santa Monica, California. The international economics education program covered topics such as cost, production and supply, horizontal mergers, vertical restraints, and the interaction of antitrust and intellectual property law. Twenty-three competition enforcers from nine countries participated.

CPIP Scholars To Federal Circuit: Misapplication of Section 101 Undermines The Innovation Industries

CPIP Scholars To Federal Circuit: Misapplication of Section 101 Undermines The Innovation Industries

Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (CPIP) founder Professor Adam Mossoff and CPIP John F. Witherspoon Legal Fellow David Lund filed an amicus brief on behalf of 12 patent law scholars in American Axle v. Neapco Holdings, a case currently on appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

NSI Holds Summer Program In Italy With Justice Neil Gorsuch

NSI Holds Summer Program In Italy With Justice Neil Gorsuch

The National Security Institute (NSI) hosted an overseas summer program featuring courses co-taught by Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch and NSI Director Jamil Jaffer. The summer program on National Security and Separation of Powers ran July 16 – 31 in Padua, Italy.

Professor Somin Co-Authors Amicus To Scotus In Property Rights Case, Pens USA Today Op-Ed On Travel Ban Decision

Professor Somin Co-Authors Amicus To Scotus In Property Rights Case, Pens USA Today Op-Ed On Travel Ban Decision

Professor Ilya Somin is among the six co-authors of an amicus brief submitted to the United States Supreme Court supporting the land owner in the Knick v. Township of Scott property rights case.

CPIP Celebrates 10 Millionth U.S. Patent With Panel At Smithsonian

CPIP Celebrates 10 Millionth U.S. Patent With Panel At Smithsonian

The Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (CPIP), the Smithsonian’s Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation, and the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) hosted a panel discussion at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History titled Two Centuries of American Innovation and 10 Million Patents.