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May 16, 2016

Sheff Presents at Fordham’s Law & Information Society Symposium

On Friday, May 13, Professor Jeremy Sheff spoke at the Fordham Center for Law andsheff photo Information Policy’s Tenth Annual Law & Information Society Symposium. Professor Sheff served as a panelist on the topic of “Intellectual Property and Public Values,” reflecting on the past decade’s developments in intellectual property law and policy and predicting future developments in the field.

April 11, 2016

Sheff Invited to Research Japanese Trademark System

Jeremy Sheff

Jeremy Sheff

Professor Jeremy Sheff has been named an “Invited Researcher” by the Institute of Intellectual Property in Tokyo, Japan. Under an agreement with the Japan Patent Office, each year IIP invites a small number of foreign researchers to come to Tokyo to study Japan’s industrial property system.  (Past researchers can be found here.)  Professor Sheff will spend several weeks in Tokyo this summer doing empirical research into Japan’s trademark registration system.

March 7, 2016

Sheff Presents at Cardozo AELJ Symposium

Jeremy Sheff

Jeremy Sheff

On February 26, Professor Jeremy Sheff was a panelist at the Cardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal Symposium: “New Impressions on Advertising Law”.  Professor Sheff participated in a panel on Native Advertising, where his comments addressed the empirical and normative foundations of FTC policy requiring disclosures of sponsored content in digital media.

March 4, 2016

Sheff Presents at WIPIP Colloquium

Jeremy Sheff

Jeremy Sheff

On February 20, Professor Jeremy Sheff presented an excerpt of his forthcoming book project, “Valuing Progress,” at the 2016 Works in Progress in Intellectual Property (WIPIP) Colloquium at the University of Washington School of Law.  The presentation, entitled “Progress for Future Persons,” considered the problem of setting innovation and creativity policy in a way that takes into account the interests of people who have not yet come into existence—and whose very existence may in fact be influenced by the policies we adopt today.  Professor Sheff blogged about this presentation, and slides of the presentation are also available.

January 30, 2015

Sheff Elected to AALS IP Law Section

Jeremy Sheff

Jeremy Sheff

At the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools in January, Professor Jeremy Sheff was elected to the board of AALS’s Intellectual Property Law Section. AALS is a nonprofit association of 178 law schools, and also serves as the learned society for the more than 9,000 law faculty at its member schools. Professor Sheff is the Director of the new St. John’s Intellectual Property Law Center.

July 27, 2014

Sheff Speaks at Intellectual Property Scholars Conference

Jeremy Sheff

Jeremy Sheff

Professor Jeremy Sheff’s current research project, “Who Should Pay for Progress?”, has been selected as the lead presentation of the opening plenary session of the 14th Annual Intellectual Property Scholars Conference at UC Berkeley.  IPSC is the largest annual gathering of the intellectual property law academy, with over 150 scholars from all over the world presenting this year.  Professor Sheff’s project investigates how societies do and should satisfy the moral claims of individuals who create new knowledge.

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