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Windsor Law LTEC Lab May Newsletter



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Seminar: The Intellectual Property Implications of the Right to Repair

Aaron Perzanowski - Thomas W. Lacchia Professor of Law at the University of Michigan Law School


On March 9, 2023, LTEC Lab welcomed guest speaker Aaron Perzanowski to present his new book, The Right to Repair: Reclaiming the Things We Own. His seminar facilitated meaningful discussions about the significant, everyday impacts of law and technology.

Read about the event here and watch the recording here.

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Seminar: The Patent Equity Project

Jordana Goodman - Lecturer at Boston University School of Law & Innovator in Residence at MIT


On March 22, 2023, LTEC Lab hosted Jordana Goodman who presented her research on the importance of attribution, the extent of diversity gaps in US patent representation, and potential solutions. Her seminar brought together various faculty, community members, and student clubs to learn about the intersection between patent law and gender equity.

Read about the event here and watch the recording here.

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Law and Entrepreneurship: Is Data The New Oil Seminar


Professor Myra Tawfik, LTEC Lab Member and Don Rodzik Family Chair in Law & Entrepreneurship, along with EPICentre, presented a workshop on March 22, 2023. During this workshop, LTEC Lab Director, Professor Pascale Chapdelaine moderated a panel where panelists Bharat Maheshwari and Marcin Pulcer contributed to the discussion on automotive technologies and the innovation economy. A special thanks goes to Kaamil Kahlfan a dual JD/MBA student who was the project manager for the workshop along other Windsor Law students, Josh Vetere, Zehan Jagosh, and Thalia Petsis who helped organize the event.

For more information about the event, click here.

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Transnational Entertainment & Arts Law Clinic (TEALC)

On January 31st, the Transnational Entertainment & Arts Law Clinic launched, founded by Windsor Law professor Shanthi Senthe. The clinic has partnered with the University of Detroit Mercy Law to host a Women in Arts & Entertainment Law Series, inviting women in fashion and film law.

To stay updated on the clinic's events, follow their Twitter here.

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