ATLANTA—Building upon the reputation of its Intellectual Property program, Georgia State University College of Law has created the Center for Intellectual Property, which will coordinate intellectual property programs, initiatives and provide opportunities for students, academics and IP professionals to collaborate.
“The center will allow us to expand our offerings by bringing in professors from the… more »
Center for Intellectual Property Recognizes Three at Oct. 20 Luncheon
Georgia State University College of Law Center for Intellectual Property and its IP Advisory Board honored baseball legend Hank Aaron, patent attorney William H. Needle and Professor of Law Michael Landau with the 2015 Intellectual Property Legends Awards at a luncheon at… more »
A Georgia State University College of Law Intellectual Property Moot Court teams won best brief and placed fourth March 9 in the national 2014 Cardozo/BMI Entertainment and Communications Law Moot Court Competition in New York City at Cardozo Law School.
Team members Becki Lee (J.D. ’14) and Farhaan Merchant (J.D. ’15) competed in the 30th… more »
As the world gets smaller, intellectual property laws across borders increasingly collide, Georgia State University College of Law Professor Michael Landau says.
Internationally recognized experts on intellectual property including Landau recently gathered in Brussels on Nov. 13-14 for a conference, “The Essentials of IP for European Officials.”
As the only American presenter, Landau spoke to… more »
Michael B. Landau, an internationally recognized authority on intellectual property and entertainment law issues, recently released the latest update to his nine-volume treatise, Lindey on Entertainment, Publishing and the Arts: Agreements and the Law, one of the leading reference sets in its field.
Landau is a professor of law at Georgia State University College of… more »
The impact of a recent federal ruling regarding copyright at Georgia State University quickly rippled through its alumni working in the field of intellectual property (IP) and the faculty who trained them at the College of Law.
The IP donors have raised more than $500,000 in scholarships and other funding related to understanding legal issues… more »