Conference announcement: modest proposals, April 8
via Cardozo's Intellectual Property and Information Program Some Modest Proposals 4.0: A Conference About Pouring Academic Ideas into Legislative Bottles In Modest Proposals, Cardozo Law School's Intellectual Property and Information Program invites academics known for advocating thoughtful ways to improve intellectual property, technology, and information law to present ideas from their writing in the form of actual statutory, regulatory, or treaty language. Each proposal receives both scholarly and political commentary in a free-wheeling discussion among professors, current and former Capitol Hill staff, administration officials, and Washington activists. This round, Modest Proposals 4.0 will have a set of copyright, patent, trademark, and information law proposals. Friday, April 8, 2011 10 am – 5 pm Cardozo Law School Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law 55 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10003 Individual sessions of the conference are open to the public. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to RSVP. On Friday, April 8, 2011 Cardozo will be hosting another "Modest Proposals" conference. Format: proposers suggest legislative text, commentators from academia and the Hill respond. RSVPs to email@example.com.  Increasing Innovation by Reining in Copyright Michael A. Carrier, Rutgers, proposer Brett Frischmann, Cardozo Peter Jaszi, American University Aaron Cooper, Senate Judiciary Committee  Patent Fair Use 2.0 Katherine Jo Strandburg, New York University, proposer Daniel Ravicher, Cardozo Clarisa Long, Columbia Chris Hansen, American Civil Liberties Union  Eliminating PACER Fees: Implications for the Public and for Privacy Stephen J. Schultze, Center for Information and Technology Policy (CITP), Princeton, proposer Susan Crawford, Cardozo Neil Fried, House Commerce Committee (invited)  Safe Harbors for Trademark Fair Use William McGeveran, Minnesota, proposer Felix Wu, Cardozo Christal Sheppard, House Judiciary Committee David H. Bernstein, Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP (invited)
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