International Intellectual Property Organization (iipo) IIPO IN
IIPO Goals Promote the study and understanding of international intellectual property via a student based organization Provide a forum for students and professionals from a variety of geographical backgrounds to share their perspectives and experiences with intellectual property law Analyze the similarities and differences between the varying intellectual property regulations worldwide Bring in speakers to discuss pertinent issues pertaining to the evolution and enforcement of Intellectual Property around the world; and Discuss the socioeconomic impact these regulations have on populations in both developing and developed countries.
2009-2010 Lectures October 28, 2009 Speaker: Prof. William Hennessey Title of talk: Intellectual Property and Economic Development: The WTO's Doha Development Round and the New WIPO Development Agenda“ March 1st, 2010 Speaker: Gordon V. Smith (School Trustee) Title of talk: how changes of world financial reporting standard affect IP valuation and management of international companies March 11th, 2010 Speaker: Prof. John Orcutt Title of talk: China - The Birth of a Modern Legal System
2009-2010 Lectures March 25th, 2010 Speaker: Johnson S.C. Chiang (J.D. student) Title of talk: What Should Patent Practitioners Know About Taiwan? April 8th, 2010 Speaker: Amy Xu (Partner of Dorsey & Whitney, LLP) Title of talk: IP Practice between US and China
China - The Birth of a Modern Legal SystemProf. John Orcutt