The 2015 spring semester’s May-intersession at the University of Iowa College of Law saw the return of the International Intellectual Property Law course.
The 1984 Drug Price Competition and Patent Term Restoration Act, also known as the Hatch-Waxman Act, paved the way for the modern generic-drug market by creating a mechanism for brand-name drug manufacturers and their generic competitors to resolve patent disputes before the generic versions reach the market.
During the Fall 2015 semester, the law school will offer a substantial number of courses dealing with intellectual property, competition, and corporate law, including the first of two Innovation, Business, & Law Colloquia.
In Democracy in America, Alexis de Tocqueville praised Americans’ impulse to associate for political, commercial and “a thousand other kinds” of reasons.
The Iowa Innovation, Business & Law Center is pleased to once again offer summer stipends to students working in unpaid positions in intellectual property, antitrust, corporate, business, health, technology, entertainment, or art law, or related fields. These stipends are available for Summer 2015; stipend amounts vary from $1,000 to $3,000
Friday September 4, 2015