Tech Conversations Series: 9/28/2021 at 12:30 pm

Democratic data: privacy harms and data governance. With Professor Ellen Goodman and Salome Viljoen, Columbia Law School. Online webinar: please register in advance through Zoom here: https://rutgers.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_o5mC2heYTS2MlQYM4oHAAg

Gender Diversity in IP Law: Careers, Challenges and Triumphs: 10/20/2021 at 6:00 pm

Co-hosted with RIPLA With Professor Michael Carrier and panel including Lynda Calderone (Calderone Bullock), Dianna El Hioum (Fox Rothschild), and Kate Sherlock (Archer). Camden Faculty Lounge (E403)

Antitrust as Antiracism: 11/11/2021 at 4:30 pm

With Professor Michael Carrier and panel including Joshua Davis (University of San Francisco – School of Law), Eric Cramer (Berger Montague), Reginald Streater (Berger Montague), and Mark Suter (Berger Montague). Camden Faculty Lounge (E403)

Tech Conversations Series: 11/16/2021 at 12:30 pm

The nexus between big tech, consumer protection and social justice. With Professor Ellen P. Goodman and Jason Downs, Chief Deputy Attorney General, Washington DC. Camden Faculty Lounge (E403)

Professor Ellen Goodman’s Work Profiled by GMF Digital

Ellen P. Goodman, non-resident senior fellow at the Digital Innovation and Democracy Initiative, has just published with Sanjay Jolly a paper on renewing the traditional American commitment to “full stack” public media to address our information disorder. She has also just published the second in a series on how the FTC should respond to President Biden’s executive order on … Continue reading Professor Ellen Goodman’s Work Profiled by GMF Digital

Professor Goodman Publishes New Policy Paper on Digital User Interfaces and Democracy

 

Prof. Michael Carrier’s work cited in Supreme Court opinion

In NCAA v. Alston, the Supreme Court, in a 9-0 opinion written by Justice Gorsuch, ruled in favor of student-athletes and against the NCAA on the issue of whether the restriction of education-related benefits violated antitrust law. The Court’s opinion was consistent with several of the points Prof. Michael Carrier and Chris Sagers made in … Continue reading Prof. Michael Carrier’s work cited in Supreme Court opinion

Prof. Michael Carrier co-authors essay in Iowa Law Review

Prof. Michael Carrier and Rebecca Tushnet published “An Antitrust Framework for False Advertising” in the Iowa Law Review. The essay offers a new antitrust framework for false advertising claims, including a presumption that monopolists engaging in false advertising violate antitrust law. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3593914

Prof. Michael Carrier co-authors Law360 standard-setting piece

Prof. Michael Carrier and Brian Scarpelli published “How Standard-Setting Organizations Can Curb Patent Litigation” in Law 360. The piece showed how the clarity of organization rules can affect the likelihood of patent litigation. https://www.law360.com/articles/1392222/how-standard-setting-orgs-can-curb-patent-litigation

Markup Collaboration with RIIPL Shows How Universities Use Race in Predictive Algorithms

 Markup story shows how universities use race in predictive algorithms to identify students they think will succeed. The research was done as part of a collaboration with RIIPL, thanks to funding by Pratt.   



Tech Conversations Series: 9/28/2021 at 12:30 pm

Democratic data: privacy harms and data governance. With Professor Ellen Goodman and Salome Viljoen, Columbia Law School. Online webinar: please register in advance through Zoom here: https://rutgers.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_o5mC2heYTS2MlQYM4oHAAg

Gender Diversity in IP Law: Careers, Challenges and Triumphs: 10/20/2021 at 6:00 pm

Co-hosted with RIPLA With Professor Michael Carrier and panel including Lynda Calderone (Calderone Bullock), Dianna El Hioum (Fox Rothschild), and Kate Sherlock (Archer). Camden Faculty Lounge (E403)

Antitrust as Antiracism: 11/11/2021 at 4:30 pm

With Professor Michael Carrier and panel including Joshua Davis (University of San Francisco – School of Law), Eric Cramer (Berger Montague), Reginald Streater (Berger Montague), and Mark Suter (Berger Montague). Camden Faculty Lounge (E403)

Tech Conversations Series: 11/16/2021 at 12:30 pm

The nexus between big tech, consumer protection and social justice. With Professor Ellen P. Goodman and Jason Downs, Chief Deputy Attorney General, Washington DC. Camden Faculty Lounge (E403)

Professor Ellen Goodman’s Work Profiled by GMF Digital

Ellen P. Goodman, non-resident senior fellow at the Digital Innovation and Democracy Initiative, has just published with Sanjay Jolly a paper on renewing the traditional American commitment to “full stack” public media to address our information disorder. She has also just published the second in a series on how the FTC should respond to President Biden’s executive order on … Continue reading Professor Ellen Goodman’s Work Profiled by GMF Digital