The AALS IP Section will host a panel titled The Realpolitik of IP, which will explore “pragmatic considerations that influence the creation, debate, and implementation of intellectual property reform proposals into law, regulation, and policy. The panelists will address issues of political economy, legislative bargaining, executive branch agenda-setting, and implications for bilateral and multilateral coordination. The panel will be selected to address a range of topics across intellectual property from diverse viewpoints. In keeping with the 2019 Annual Meeting theme, Building Bridges, the Section’s executive committee hopes to make this panel a productive conversation about how competing visions and priorities in IP can result in social consensus.”
The panel will be held Jan. 6, 2019, 8:30 a.m.-10:15 a.m. as part of the AALS Annual Meeting.
Contact Guy Rub for more information: rub.1[@]osu.edu