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Call For Papers

By Staff on Monday, July 25th, 2016

2016 RIPL Video Game Call for Papers The John Marshall Law School Review of Intellectual Property Law CALL FOR PAPERS The John Marshall Law School’s Review of Intellectual Property Law (RIPL) will publish a video game law themed issue. This issue will be the 3rd issue in the 16th volume. We are honored to invite…

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New Editorial Board Elected

By Staff on Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

Review of Intellectual Property announced election of new editorial board. They will take office in June 2016. Editor-in-Chief Taylor Riskin Managing Editor Adam T. Ernette Candidacy Editor Katherine Silikowski Executive Development Editor Costandinos Diamond Administrative Editor Daria M. Vasilescu Production Editor Tiffany E. Alberty Lead Articles Editors Ann Marie Sullivan Andrew Martin Julianna Walo Articles…

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RIPL’s Alumni Wine Tasting Event Was A Huge Success

By Staff on Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

The Review of Intellectual Property Law hosted its annual Alumni Event on January 28th, 2016. The Alumni Wine Tasting Event took place at The John Marshall Law School and allowed students interested in intellectual property to mingle and network with alumni and professors of The John Marshall Law School. The event was a success: professors and…

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Professor Daryl Lim Named Director of Center for Intellectual Property, Information & Privacy Law

By Staff on Saturday, October 24th, 2015

Dr. Daryl Lim, Associate Professor at The John Marshall Law School and expert in intellectual property and anti-trust law, has been named Director of the law school’s prestigious Center for Intellectual Property, Information & Privacy Law. The Center for Intellectual Property Law is a nationally ranked and highly respected IP program. Professor Lim is now…

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Is WARF trolling Apple?

By Staff on Saturday, October 24th, 2015

A taxpayer funded, public university won a patent dispute against Apple, Oct. 13, bringing to light the influence governmental entities have over the U.S. Patent system. According to Rueters, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (which news outlets have been referring to as WARF), sued Apple, in January 2014 alleging infringement of its 1998 patent for…

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