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LTA Symposia

The Center sponsors and cosponsors full-day symposia that address important and topical issues relating to law and technology and law and the arts. The symposia include a series of panels featuring participants from academia, business, government, and the bench and practicing bar. Many have been published in the Case Western Reserve Law Review.

Past symposia have included:
2002
Copyright in the Digital Age: Reflections on Tasini & Beyond

2003
The Past, Present & Future of the Federal Circuit

2004
The Future of International Intellectual Property: International Relations in Information Products
co-sponsored by the Frederick K Cox International Law Center

2004-2005
Copyright & Personal Copying: Sony v. Universal City Studios 21 Years Later

2005
Sports and Eligibility: Who is Eligible to Play?

2006
The 1996 WIPO Copyright Treaties: 10 Years Later
cosponsored by the Frederick K Cox International Law Center

2006
Con/Texts of Invention
A Working Conference of the Society for Critical Exchange

2009
Signifiers in Cyberspace: Domain Names and Online Trademarks
cosponsors: Frederick K Cox International Law Center, Cyberspace Law and Policy Office, CISCDR (Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Conflict & Dispute Resolution), Center for Business Law & Policy

2011
JOLTI Symposium: "Exploring the Current Debate Over Patenting Life"
Co-sponsored by the Center for Law, Technology, and the Arts and the Journal of Law, Technology, and the Internet

2012
LTA Symposium: "The Role of Non-Practicing Entities in the Modern Patent System"
Students at Case Western Reserve University School of Law have the opportunity to address some of today’s most intriguing issues