The Tradeoffs Involved in New Drug Approval, Expanded Access, and Right to Try

The following post comes from CPIP Senior Fellow for Life Sciences Erika Lietzan, and it is cross-posted here from the Objective Intent blog with permission. This note explains some of the concepts swirling around in the media right now, relating to medicine approval. Much of what follows appears (or will appear) in an article on … Continue reading “The Tradeoffs Involved in New Drug Approval, Expanded Access, and Right to Try”

CPIP Roundup – February 29, 2020

Greetings from CPIP Executive Director Sean O’Connor Happy Leap Day! The extra day here in February has allowed us to be extra productive here at CPIP. For example, I am in Jakarta, Indonesia speaking on multiple panels at the Second IP & Innovation Researchers of Asia Conference as part of our international initiative. On Tuesday, … Continue reading “CPIP Roundup – February 29, 2020”

CPIP Bids a Fond Farewell to Kevin Madigan and Seeks New Deputy Director

Longtime CPIP staff member Kevin Madigan is leaving the Center next week to become VP, Legal Policy and Copyright Counsel at the Copyright Alliance. “I joined CPIP just over four years ago, and my time with the Center and Scalia Law has been rewarding on so many levels. The knowledge I’ve gained and the relationships … Continue reading “CPIP Bids a Fond Farewell to Kevin Madigan and Seeks New Deputy Director”

A Message From CPIP on Giving Tuesday

As we enter the holiday season and look ahead to 2020, we hope that you will keep CPIP in mind as you plan your end-of-year giving. Your support is critical to ensuring that CPIP continues its activities and works to engage academics, creators, and innovators in a scholarly dialogue on the importance of intellectual property. … Continue reading “A Message From CPIP on Giving Tuesday”

CPIP Roundup – November 29, 2019

Greetings from CPIP Executive Director Sean O’Connor As we wind down the Thanksgiving holiday here in the U.S., the CPIP team is grateful for many things, most especially your support. If you are spending time with family—or enjoying a “Friendsgiving”—we hope it has been restful. As part of CPIP’s enhanced focus on international engagement, I … Continue reading “CPIP Roundup – November 29, 2019”

CPIP Roundup – October 31, 2019

Greetings from CPIP Executive Director Sean O’Connor CPIP started a busy and productive October with our Seventh Annual Fall Conference, The IP Bridge: Connecting the Lab & Studio to the Market, which featured—among many informative and well-received panels and presentations—keynote addresses by Professor Robert Merges of UC Berkeley and Maria Pallante of AAP. The video … Continue reading “CPIP Roundup – October 31, 2019”

The CASE Act: Why Creators Need a Small Claims Tribunal

The Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (CPIP) and the Intellectual Property Law Society (IPLS) at Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University, invite you to a panel discussion on the CASE Act. The CASE Act: Why Creators Need a Small Claims Tribunal Thursday November 14, 2019 4:45 – 6:00 PM Antonin Scalia Law … Continue reading “The CASE Act: Why Creators Need a Small Claims Tribunal”

CPIP Roundup – September 30, 2019

Greetings from CPIP Executive Director Sean O’Connor The fall semester is now in full swing at Antonin Scalia Law School, and the CPIP team has been busy this past month with our various programs and events. On September 12-13, we hosted the third meeting of the 2019-2020 Thomas Edison Innovation Fellowship, where the Edison Fellows … Continue reading “CPIP Roundup – September 30, 2019”

George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School Launches Innovation Law Clinic

Scalia Law Will Serve Emerging Tech Sector in the DMV George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School today announced the launch of its new Innovation Law Clinic to support the emerging, dynamic tech sector in the DMV (DC, MD, No VA). Sean O’Connor, a distinguished innovation scholar and Executive Director of Scalia Law’s Center for … Continue reading “George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School Launches Innovation Law Clinic”