Visit the Cybercrimes.gov Archive Site. For almost two decades, numerous departments and agencies of the U.S.
Bayh Dole Central was created several years ago I was approached by Visting Professor Karen Hersey who had been longtime IP Counsel for MIT. It was the 30th anniversay of the Bayh Dole Act, described below. She requested the IP Mall to create a site to commemorate the Act and the founding fathers. These men would be but a footnote in history at best.
This is the first in a series of posts highlighting the collections of the IP Mall open source website serving the IP community.
We are proud to announce the initial opening of the Professor Ann Bartow Copyright Collection. This is a collection of items related to famous copyright infringement cases. It is located in the IP Library next to the Shaw Reading Area. Coming soon will be more signs explaining each item.
One of the often mentioned attractive features of the IP Library is the artwork which has been donated by students from the Grauate Programs representing many countries from around the globe. This artwork has been reconfigured to hang in the IP Library reading room as well as the IP collection area. We hope you like these colorful donations from those students who have come before you. This harmonizes the look of the thrid floor of the Library.
The Library has negotiated no cost access for UNH Law students. If you want to be added to our subscription, please email me. Your patent professors use this tool as well as many patent lawyers.
The UNH Law Library has subscribed to this IP Case Summary Service on your behalf. Many alums used this in school and subscribe in practice.
Contact Jon Cavicchi or Tom Hemstock for access to Tech Transfer Central
All those studying for the bar or doing IP research, consider not studying in the IP Library today. The cable guys are standing all over the stacks running new cat-6 network wires. For the patrons that means more and better wi-fi access.