Following the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Allen v. Cooper, Assistant Attorney General (and former JIPL alumnus), Miles Skedsvold, explains the Court’s rejection of Congress’ attempt to abrogate sovereign immunity in copyright suits.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spears, third-year student, Lukas Goettke, explores how changes to the patent system might help facilitate vaccine development.
By: Grace Ann Garner Most people know the rules of copyright. An aspiring movie director would clearly not be permitted to make a movie titled Game of Thrones comprising the [ … ]
Ariana Grande’s concert media policy turns copyright law upside-down, allowing her to simultaneously be both the subject of photographs and the copyright holder. 3L Robert Poston explores what this means for photojournalism and provides alternative ways for Grande to control her image.
This summer the Supreme Court found itself at the intersection of trademark law and the First Amendment, holding that a trademark cannot be denied for being “scandalous” without violating the U.S. Constitution. 3L Shivani Patel provides an analysis of the case and its implications on IP Law.