The International Intellectual Property Law Podcast

The International Intellectual Property Law Podcast

Episode 45 — July 2017

Micheline Gravelle, Don MacOdrum, Mike Fenwick and Don Cameron of Bereskin & Parr LLP discuss “The Promise of the Patent” and the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in Astrazeneca (Length: 55:16)

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Episode 44 — March 2017

John Crittenden of Cooley discusses reverse confusion of trademarks in “Squirrels Armed with Bazookas”. (Length: 28:29)

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Episode 43 — November 2016

Prof. Christopher Robertson of the University of Arizona on blinding expert witnesses to reduce bias: Bias in Litigation Science and Blind Expertise. (Length: 21:25)

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Episode 42 — July 2016

Jeanne M. Gills of Foley & Lardner LLP in Chicago discusses “What’s Reasonable? Protecting And Enforcing Trade Secrets” (article, slides). (Length: 39:22)

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Episode 41 — May 2016

Philip Petti of USG Corporation in Chicago discusses “Protecting Trade Secrets”

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January 2016 — Episode 40

Philip Harrison of Venner Shipley discusses the “Patentability of Computer Implemented Inventions in Europe

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July 2015 — Episode 39

Marco Quina of Foley Hoag discusses Kimble v Marvel and “How Not to Get Snared in Brulotte’s Web” (Length: 29:50)

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June 2015 — Episode 38

Bruce Sunstein of Sunstein Kann Murphy & Timbers LLP discusses Patent Strategies for Getting a Software Patent Invention Through the Alice Thicket. (Sunstein Law Review article on Alice) (Length: 33:23)

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April 2015 – Episode 37

William Jay of Goodwin Procter LLP discusses issue preclusion and the SCOTUS decision in B&B Hardware v. Hargis. (Length: 30:32)

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March 2015 – Episode 36

Elliot Cook of Finnegan Henderson discusses patent eligibility in the wake of Alice, Ultramercial and DDR. (Length: 22:49)

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