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Donors recognized for support to create new IP Venture Clinic suite

Donors recognized for support to create new IP Venture Clinic suite

Jan 22, 2016
The Burton D. Morgan Foundation and the Tarolli law firm were recognized during a ribbon-cutting ceremony in January for their philanthropic support, which created Case Western Reserve’s new IP Venture Clinic suite. 

NASA and CWRU’s IP law center partner on space age water project

Dec 8, 2015
NASA Glenn Research Center and CWRU Law’s Spangenberg Center for Law, Technology & the Arts analyze ways to commercialize a promising new water purification technology.

Re-constructing Authorship topic of keynote delivered by CWRU Law professor

Dec 1, 2015
Professor Martha Woodmansee delivered a keynote address at an international conference devoted to "(Re)-constructing Authorship" held at the arts & sciences research center Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, Germany on October 22, 2015.

Professor comments on report of the UN Special Rapporteur

Nov 24, 2015
Professor Dalinyebo Shabalala presented a draft of his paper at the University of Copenhagen in November. He commented on the report of the UN Special Rapporteur Farida Shaheed in the field of cultural rights at the end of her six-year tenure.

Creative models in law explored during CWRU's Innovation Summit

Oct 27, 2015
The founder of Atari and Chuck E. Cheese and the co-founder of Priceline were among the more than 80 entrepreneurs, business leaders and others who came to Case Western Reserve University for the Innovation Summit in October. The law school's IP Venture Clinic explored "Innovative Models in Law" during a panel discussion.  
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