The 20th Annual BCLT/BTLJ Symposium: Software IP

The 20th Annual BCLT/BTLJ Symposium: Software IP

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The Berkeley Center for Law & Technology, in conjunction with the Berkeley Technology Law Journal, is hosting a two-day “Intellectual Property Protections for Computer Programs: Past, Present and Future” symposium to consider the implications of the Alice and Oracle decisions, among others, on the software industry. The symposium brings together leading scholars in both law and economics, industry representatives and practicing lawyers to discuss what the courts are getting right and wrong and how intellectual property law ought to evolve.

WilmerHale Partner Mark Flanagan will moderate the panel entitled, “After Alice, Are Software Innovations Ever Patentable Subject Matter?”

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