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Academic Day (for Professors)
 
10:15 am–11:30 am

CM03 Trademark Boundaries: Conflict and Cooperation in Legal Doctrine

(All-Academic Panel)

This panel will discuss how trademark law blurs legal boundaries by overlapping with, or abutting against, other legal doctrines, including copyright, patent rights, publicity rights, and unfair competition.  Panelists will explore boundary problems with regard to both subject matter of trademarks and the scope of trademark rights. 

Moderator:

Megan Carpenter, Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (United States)

Speakers:
Dennis Crouch, University of Missouri School of Law (United States)
Dr. Emily Hudson, Oxford University (United Kingdom)
Mark McKenna, University of Notre Dame Law School (United States)

12:00 pm–1:30 pm

Professor Luncheon

This professor luncheon will allow academics to take a break from lecturing to hear up-to-date briefings from speakers on the front lines of trademark law and policy.

Speaker:
Martin Schwimmer, Leason Ellis LLP (United States)

2:00 pm–3:15 pm

TRADEMARK SCHOLARSHIP SYMPOSIUM (SESSION I)


Immoral and Anti-social Trademarks


Omni Dallas Hotel – Greenville Ave

Moderator:
David Berry, Thomas Cooley Law School (United States)

Speakers:
Mark Bartholomew, SUNY Buffalo Law School (United States)
Trademark Morality (2:00 pm – 2:35 pm)

Teresa Scassa, University of Ottawa (Canada)
Anti-social Trademarks (2:40 pm – 3:15 pm)



European Trademark Rights and Enforcement

Omni Dallas Hotel –Deep Ellum A

Moderator:
Susan Montgomery, Northeastern University School of Law (United States)

Speakers:
Lukasz Zelechowski, University of Warsaw (Poland)
The Unitary Character of a Community Trade Mark and its impact on the Protection of CTMs (2:00 pm – 2:35 pm)

Martin Husovec, Max Planck Institute (Germany)
In rem Injunctions – Solution to the Internet Pollution Problem? (2:40 pm – 3:15 pm)



Reputational Harm in the U.S.


Omni Dallas Hotel –Deep Ellum B

Moderator:
Signe Naeve, University of Washington School of Law

Speaker:
Mira T. Sundara Rajan
Moral Matters: Reputation in Trademark and Copyright Law (2:00 pm – 3:15 pm)

3:30 pm–4:45 pm

TRADEMARK SCHOLARSHIP SYMPOSIUM (SESSION II)


Trademark Overbranding

Omni Dallas Hotel – Greenville Ave

Moderator:
David Berry, Thomas Cooley Law School (United States)

Speaker:
Yvette Joy Liebesman, Saint Louis University School of Law (United States)
Drowning in White Noise: Overbranding and Over-influencing



Do Trademark Lawyers Matter?

Omni Dallas Hotel –Deep Ellum A

Moderator:
Susan Montgomery, Northeastern University School of Law (United States)

Speakers:
Deborah Gerhardt, UNC School of Law (United States)
Jon P. McClanahan, UNC School of Law (United States)



Reputational Harm in China

Omni Dallas Hotel –Deep Ellum B

Moderator:
Signe Naeve, University of Washington School of Law

Speaker:
Xuan-Thao Nguyen, SMU Dedman School of Law (United States)
Trademark Apologetic Justice: China’s Trademark Jurisprudence on Reputational Harm

5:15 pm–7:00 pm

Academic and Young Practitioner Happy Hour

Don’t miss this excellent networking opportunity for law and paralegal students, practitioners new to trademark law, professors and adjunct professors to discuss, over cocktails, interesting new trademark law developments.