Nature : Prof. Ghosh will speak on “How the United States Supreme Court May Liberalize Global Patent Law”
Location : NLU Delhi
We’re happy to announce the second part in NLU Delhi’s IP Colloquium series. Please see their invite below. The event is free to attend.
Colloquium on Selected Intellectual Property Issues
The NLU Delhi Colloquium on Selected Intellectual Property Issues is a panel/ speakers’ series launched with an aim to generate a nuanced dialogue and to promote free-thinking on emerging issues in IP law, policy and theory. The current global & Indian IP landscape is presenting new challenges on an ever-increasing scale. Hence there is an urgent need to understand these challenges and discuss issues surrounding some of the trickiest aspects IP law, policy and practice, including their socio-economic implications. To these ends, NLU Delhi hosts legal scholars, practitioners and policy specialists from India and abroad to discuss and share new scholarship, views, ideas and experiences.
As part of the colloquium series, we are pleased to cordially invite you to attend a special lecture by Professor Shubha Ghosh, Vilas Research Fellow & Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin Law School, Madison, Wisconsin, United States. The lecture will be held on 25th March 2014 (Tuesday) at 11:00 am. Venue: # 202, Academic Block , NLU Delhi.
Prof. Ghosh will speak on “How the United States Supreme Court May Liberalize Global Patent Law”
This topic is very contemporary since the United State Supreme Court will shortly decide several patent cases which may fundamentally shift the current discourse around patent law and policy. These decisions are expected to have a shadow effect on patent law and policy across the globe.
Short Bio of the Speaker:
Professor Shubha Ghosh currently teaches at the University of Wisconsin, where he is Vilas Research Fellow & Professor of Law and Elvehjem-Bascom Pofessor of Law.
He has authored numerous scholarly articles and book chapters as well as several books in the fields of intellectual property, competition law and policy, international law, and legal theory. He is a member of the American Law Institute (ALI), American Antitrust Institute (AAI), American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA), International Association for Advancement in Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property (ATRIP), past chair and co-founder of the AALS Section on Law & South Asian Studies, and member of the Executive Committee of the AALS Section on Internet and Computer Law.
Professor Ghosh has published in Illinois Law Review, AIPLA Law Journal; King’s College Law Review; Queen Mary’s Journal of Intellectual Property; International Review of Law and Economics; UC Davis Law Review; Harvard Journal of Law and Technology; Case Western Reserve Law Review; Tulane Law Review; University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Business Law; Florida Law Review; Berkeley Journal of Law and Technology; Columbia Journal of Asian Law; Journal of the Copyright Society of the USA; San Diego Law Review; and other leading law reviews. He has published books and book chapters with Thomson-West, Lexis-Nexis, and Cambridge University Press.
He has been researching on a book project comparing copyright and patent law in colonial India with developments in copyright and patent law since Independence in 1947. The book project is being considered for publication by Oxford University Press.