November 16, 2017 – Video of the November 7th event “Competition and Intellectual Property: Teeing Up the Issues Facing Congress and the Administration,” is now available on the TPI website.
Panelists discussed the conflicting views effects of past patent legislation, court decisions, and reforms at the U.S. Patent Office and whether additional Congressional action is needed and, if so, what that legislation should include. As well as controversial policies regarding standard setting organizations and the licensing of standard-related intellectual property adopted by the Antitrust Division during the last administration.
Participants for the event were:
Tina Chappell, Associate General Counsel and Global Director of Intellectual Property Policy, Intel Corp.
Andrew Finch, Principal Deputy Assistant AttorneyGeneral, Antitrust Division, Department of Justice
Tyler Grimm, Legislative Director, Darrell Issa, Representative, California
Caroline Holland, Tech Policy Fellow, Mozilla Foundation
Tad Lipsky, Adjunct Professor, Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University
Paul Michel, Chief Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (retired)
Jamie Simpson, Counsel, Senate Judiciary Committee
Urska Petrovčič, Senior Consultant, Criterion Economics
This video and video from past events hosted by the Technology Policy Institute are available on the TPI YouTube channel.
Ashley Benjamin, 202-828-4405, [email protected]
The Technology Policy Institute
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