AULR Volume 71 Federal Circuit Symposium
On November 5, 2021, the American University Law Review (AULR) hosted its 36th annual Federal Circuit Symposium. The Law Review's Federal Circuit Symposium is the nation’s first and only academic symposium dedicated to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. For the schedule of each panel, click here.
The event featured a morning keynote conversation on veterans law with Congresswoman Jackie Speier of the United States House of Representatives. This keynote conversation was followed by a panel discussion on patent law, an Oxford-style debate on trademark law, and panel discussions on international trade law and government contract law.
In case you missed the event, provided below are links to each panel:
- Veterans Law Keynote Conversation with Congresswoman Jackie Speier
- Patent Law Panel on the Unpredictability of Subject Matter Eligibility under 35 U.S.C. § 101
- Trademark Law Debate on the Functionality of the Pocky Cookie Stick Trade Dress
- International Trade Panel on the Intersection of Technology and Trade
- Government Contracts Panel on the Intersection of Government Contracts and Intellectual Property Rights and Valuation
Volume 71 Federal Circuit Symposium Subject Area Memorandums
Want to learn more about the important legal issues that were discussed at the Federal Circuit Symposium? Check out these background memorandums.