Scalia Law’s Intellectual Property Center Hosts 2022 Annual Fall Conference

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WHAT:

George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School’s Center for Intellectual Property x Innovation Policy (C-IP2) is hosting its Annual Fall Conference—entitled IP on the Wane: Examining the Impacts as IP Rights Are Reduced—on September 22-23, 2023. The conference will be co-hosted with the Global Antitrust Institute and the National Security Institute at Mason.

WHY:

After decades of efforts by some to slow the perceived expansion of intellectual property rights (IPR) around the globe, policymakers and courts in a number of countries have responded by placing greater limitations on IPR. Now that such limits have been in effect for a few years, researchers have been able to start measuring the impact on innovators, creators, and the overall economy. C-IP2’s Annual Fall Conference brings together leading researchers, policymakers, creators, and innovators to share their experiences and results.

WHERE:

The conference will be hosted in person only at Mason Square (formerly the Arlington Campus) in Arlington, VA. Please visit our conference website to learn more and to register: https://cip2.gmu.edu/conferences-events/2022-fall-conference/. Registration for members of the press is free.

WHEN:

Thursday, September 22, 2022: 1 PM – 5:15 PM EDT (Lunch and registration begin at 12 Noon)

Friday, September 23, 2022: 9 AM – 5 PM EDT (Breakfast and registration begin at 8 AM)

Special Event for Thursday, September 22:

Special Events for Friday, September 23:

  • Virtual Remarks by Senator Thom Tillis during the 12:20 – 1:30 PM lunch
  • Special Closing Reception recognizing the John F. Witherspoon from 5 – 6:30 PM

Media Contact: Mary Clare Durel, mdurel@gmu.edu

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