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Creators vs. Consumers: The Rhetoric, Reality and Reformation of Intellectual Property Law and Policy

From the Syracuse University website:

Overview
The goal of the "Creators vs. Consumers" conference is to bring IP scholars into conversation with prominent figures from the bench, bar, industry, advocacy groups, and the media -- all of whom grapple with IP issues in the course of their professional work.

In addition to a keynote address by Tim Wu of Columbia Law School, the conference will consist of four sessions, each of which will be devoted to a separate topic (Trademarks, Patents, Copyrights, and New Frontiers of IP). Each session will feature the presentation of research by a scholar followed by commentary.

Agenda Highlight
At 1:45pm, Loeb & Loeb Partner Barry Slotnick will speak on a panel discussing Copyright as Intellectual Privilege.