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Innovation e-Review

The Innovation e-Review is the New York State Science & Technology Law Center's monthly newsletter, bringing information on a variety of economic, business, and technology related legal news as well as highlighting and profiling resources and events across the state.


Center News

Jack Rudnick

Jack Rudnick is Appointed Director of the New York State Science & Technology Law Center

Jack Rudnick, former VP, Secretary and General Counsel at Welch Allyn, Inc., has been appointed as Director of the ESD and NYSTAR-sponsored New York State Science and Technology Law Center and Syracuse University's Technology Commercialization Law Program.

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Ted Hagelin

Remembering Professor Ted Hagelin

Ted Hagelin was a distinguished scholar and advocate for technology commercialization. His recognition of the link between technology commercialization and economic development led to the establishment of a law program emphasizing an integrated approach to the legal, technical, and business issues essential to the development of intellectual property. His career has touched countless people and organizations.

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Resource Spotlight

US Commercial Service

The US Commercial Service

The US Commercial Service is an often overlooked but very valuable resource for companies interested in expanding their markets to other countries.

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IP Law Watch

Lisa Dolak

Professor Lisa Dolak Reviews USPTO Post-Grant Contested Proceedings

SU College of Law Professor Lisa Dolak participated in a webcast where she reviewed the new USPTO procedures and discussed challenges and opportunities for patent owners and petitioners under the new post-issuance review proceedings implemented in accordance with the America Invents Act.

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Supreme Court

7 Supreme Court Cases Involving Intellectual Property

The most recent session of the Supreme Court saw 7 cases involving IP, ranging from trademarks to copyright on imported goods and patenting genes. Background information, opinion summaries, and a brief look at the implications of the ruling are provided for each case.

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