Prof. Christopher Seaman Co-Authors Letter to Congress Opposing the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2015

Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Seaman has co-authored (with Professors Eric Goldman, David Levine, and Sharon Sandeen) a letter to Congress signed by 42 IP law professors opposing the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2015.  The Act would create a new civil cause of action for trade secret misappropriation under federal law.  This letter … Continue reading Prof. Christopher Seaman Co-Authors Letter to Congress Opposing the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2015

Prof. Christopher Seaman presents at Fourth Annual Patent Colloquium

Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Seaman presented at the Fourth Annual Patent Colloquium on Friday, November 20, 2015.  The colloquium was hosted by the University Toronto, Faculty of Law.  Professor Seaman participated on a panel entitled "The Evolving Landscape of Patent Remedies" to discuss permanent injections and ongoing royalty awards in U.S. patent litigation after … Continue reading Prof. Christopher Seaman presents at Fourth Annual Patent Colloquium

Prof. Sahani presents at NYU Litigation Funding Conference

On Friday, November 20, Professor Sahani will present her forthcoming article, Judging Third-Party Funding, at a litigation funding conference hosted by the NYU School of Law’s Center on Civil Justice.  Professor Sahani’s panel will focus on litigation funding in the context of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and will be moderated by Professor Arthur Miller … Continue reading Prof. Sahani presents at NYU Litigation Funding Conference

Prof. Christopher Seaman presents at Mid-Atlantic Patent Law Works-in-Progress

Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Seaman recently presented his new work, entitled Collaboration and Patentability, at the 4th Annual Mid-Atlantic Patent Law Works-in-Progress (MAPWIP) program.  The event was held at American University Washington College of Law on Friday, November 13, 2015. From the abstract: Collaboration is a hallmark of modern innovation.  Patented inventions are now more likely to … Continue reading Prof. Christopher Seaman presents at Mid-Atlantic Patent Law Works-in-Progress

Professor Bruner Visits University of Leeds School of Law as Liberty Fellow

Christopher Bruner, the William Donald Bain Family Professor of Corporate Law at Washington and Lee, visited the University of Leeds School of Law as an invited Liberty Fellow during the week of November 9, 2015.  As a part of his visit, hosted by the Leeds School of Law's Centre for Business Law and Practice, Professor Bruner gave … Continue reading Professor Bruner Visits University of Leeds School of Law as Liberty Fellow

Professor Moliterno interviewed on judicial legal ethics in Slovakia

In October 2015 Washington and Lee law professor Jim Moliterno spent two weeks in Slovakia working on judicial ethics reform, conducting workshops, meeting with lawyers, and law schools.  During this trip Professor Moliterno was interviewed by a Slovak journalist, Zuzana Petková, regarding controversial aspects of the Slovak judiciary and higher education system. In the article that was … Continue reading Professor Moliterno interviewed on judicial legal ethics in Slovakia

Prof. Drumbl Participates in Online Symposium at Opinio Juris

Washington and Lee law professor Mark Drumbl, director of the Transnational Law Institute, participated in an online symposium hosted by the blog Opinio Juris and the NYU Journal of International Law and Politics. The symposium focuses on a recent paper titled The (Re)collection of Memory After Mass Atrocity and the Dilemma for Transnational Justice, by Drexel law … Continue reading Prof. Drumbl Participates in Online Symposium at Opinio Juris