IP & The Historical Record
Eric Schwartz will be speaking on the panel, "IP & The Historical Record," at the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (CPIP) 2016 Fall Conference.
CPIP’s Fourth Annual Fall Conference will highlight how property rights in innovation and creativity benefit communities and economies around the world. We’ll focus on how secure IP rights foster investment, development, and access to products for consumers. We’ll bring together speakers with diverse experiences—from businesses creating music licensing models supporting songwriters to small startups using patent portfolios to secure venture capital investment.
You’ll hear from and meet influential industry leaders, policymakers, and scholars working on intellectual property issues. The conference proceedings will be published by the George Mason Law Review, ensuring that the academic presentations are available for future reference and citation. Attendees will also receive 9 hours of Virginia CLE credit.