Marshall Lerner delivered a presentation in intellectual property and careers in intellectual property in the Chemistry Department, Harvard University to a group of undergraduates, doctoral candidates and postdoctoral fellows. The presentation covered various different areas of intellectual property and how they interact with entrepreneurship as well as reward for creativity and the public interest.
May 16, 2015 IN News BY Kleinberg & Lerner
Marshall Lerner delivered a presentation to a group of students in the Chemistry Department of Harvard University on the topic of controversial trademarks. After describing some of the basics of trademarks, he reviewed some recent cases involving controversial trademarks. In particular, he discussed the currently pending litigation by a group of Native American activists against the owners of the Washington REDSKINS trademarks. The litigation is currently pending in US District Court for Eastern District of […]
Marshall Lerner was presented with an award for 10 years of participation in the UCLA Anderson School of Management, Global Access Program
Dec 13, 2014 IN News BY Kleinberg & Lerner
Marshall Lerner was presented with an award for 10 years of participation in the UCLA Anderson School of Management, Global Access Program. The award was presented by Prof. Bob Foster, Program Director. The Global Access Program (GAP) is a six-month course where teams of MBA students work with a foreign technology based entrepreneurial company to develop a strategic business plan. Now in its 16th year, this program has developed strategic business plans for over 500 […]
Apr 7, 2014 IN News BY Kleinberg & Lerner
Marshall Lerner conducted a mock trial on April 7, 2014 at Harvard University in the Chemistry Dept. using the case of Sony vs. Tenebaum, a copyright infringement case which addressed the issue of statutory damages for unauthorized downloading of music from the Internet. The mock trial jurors were undergraduate, graduate and post-doctoral students. The students were given the facts as stated in the First Circuit Court of Appeals decision and the jury instructions that was […]