In May 2009, Photographer Jerry Greenberg of Seahawk Press, Miami Florida, donated to Franklin Pierce Law's IP Library his collection of legal briefs, exhibits, and other material that was created in his 12-year case: Greenberg v National Geographic.
IP Librarian embedded as co-instructor in patent clinic...dozens of patent students learning patent landscape skills taught at no other law school...collaborating with numerous public interest NGOs needing patent landscapes for projects to save lives around the globe...16 published reports distributed globally, including on the WIPO web. It just does not get much more innovative than that!
One of the most loved resouces in the IP Mall is the signficant collection of around 250 old Intellectual Property Treatises.
Today launches a newly renovated version of the IP Mall. The IP Mall is among the oldest open access IP content collections on the Web, coming online in the early 1990's at the same time as USPTO and WIPO. It has undergone numerous renovations over its twenty year history. The content collections grow every year. It is more difficult now than twenty years ago to find unique content as government and NGO sites now devote resources to their IP content collections online.
Walk with me on my journey to discover the occult inner workings of President Reagan's Cabinet Council on Commerce and Trade was established on February 26, 1981.
The IP Handbook of Best Practices in Health & Agriculture was funded in part by a generous donation by UNH School of Law.
In Greenberg v National Geographic Case files, this week we highlight yet another category of collections in the Mall - paper collections from parties in high profile IP litigation.
Jorda Collection - Emeritus Professor Bill Hennessey recently returned from a trip to Florida where he had an opportunity tp visit Emeritus Professor Karl Jorda who is enjoying his final retirement. Professor Jorda taught at UNH Law for decades. He was the global ambassador for all things IP at the law school. He traveled to all parts of the world flying the UNH Law flag and lecturing on topics including the complimentariness of patents and trade secrets, win/win licensing, IP managment and more.
The UNH Law Sports Law Repository was a collaborative effort between the IP Mall and Professor Michael McCann, Director of the UNH Law Sports Law Institute. Prof. McCann approached me with the idea of offering unique sports law related content, not on the web as well as hosting other content for a "one stop shop" for sports lawyers and professionals. The site was under development for a year with the assistance of Gradaute Programs student Razan Taha.