Selected presentations, talks, and media appearances by Project Members:
- John Batchelor Show interview with F. Scott Kieff on the article Patently Bad Policy. The interview begins at 29:30.
- John Batchelor Show interview with F. Scott Kieff on the article Why Business Isn’t Getting ‘in The Game.’ The interview begins at 1:40.
- NPR story on gene patents, featuring F. Scott Kieff. Aired November 4, 2010.
- ABC News interview about intellectual property rights in sports moves with Pennie & Edmonds attorneys, Robert Kunstadt, F. Scott Kieff, and Robert G. Kramer.
- CNBC Interview with F. Scott Kieff on sports patents.
Other Media Content
- Federalist Society podcast, “Patent Rights: A Spark or Hindrance for the Economy?“, October 24, 2012.
- Quanta: Patent Rights in the Supreme Court, a discussion between Richard A. Epstein, F. Scott Kieff, Fred von Lohmann, and Mark Lemley, moderated by Adam Mossoff. Produced by the Federalist Society’s Intellectual Property Practice Group, September 30, 2009.
- Intellectual Property and Parallel Importation—Should the U.S., Through IP Laws and Other Means, Protect Businesses from “Gray Goods” Imported Without Manufacturers’ Authorization?, panel discussion featuring F. Scott Kieff, hosted by the Federalist Society Intellectual Property Practice Group on November 10, 2011, during the 2011 National Lawyers Convention. Panel transcript from the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law.
- Joseph Straus presented the 2010 Rudolf Diesel Medal for Best Innovation Promotion to the European Patent Academy.
- “Munich: The City of IP and Innovation, from a Global Perspective,” speech given by Joseph Straus at the Shanghai IP Forum on November 26, 2010.
- “The European Economy in the Financial Crisis”, panel discussion co-chaired by Joseph Straus as part of a joint meeting between the European Academy of Sciences and Arts and the Russian Academy of Sciences on “What Does Russia Expect from Europe?” held in Salzburg, Austria on May 26-28, 2010.
- The Co-Existence of Plant Breeders’ Rights and Patents – Possible Solutions, presented at CIOPARA Plant Breeders’ Rights Conference in Seville, Spain on March 3, 2010 by Joseph Straus.
- Patent Application as an Abuse of Dominant Market Position under Article 82 EC Treaty? presented at the Slovenian Intellectual Property Office in Ljubljana on January 14, 2010 by Joseph Straus.
- Some Tangible and Troubling Characteristics of Heightened Patent Eligibility Standards, presented by F. Scott Kieff on January 4th, 2010 at the Sanford T. Colb & Co. Intellectual Property Law Conference on The Future of Subject Matter Eligibility After In re Bilski held at Bar-Ilan University.
- Patent (Re)Think?, CLE Presentation given by F. Scott Kieff on September 22, 2009.
- Targeting NPEs: Perverse Impacts on Innovation and Competition. Talk given January 30, 2009 by F. Scott Kieff at the Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal Symposium on Shifting Strategies in Patent Law. Presentation Slides. Question & Answer Video.
- A Soup to Nuts Overview of a Job Search: A Common Sense Primer for Law Students, presented by F. Scott Kieff at the 2009 January Intersession at Washington University in St. Louis School of Law. Video. Presentation Slides.
- Property rights in patent law. Presentation by F. Scott Kieff given at St. Louis University School of Law November, 2008.
- Property Rights in Intellectual Property: Impacts on Innovation and Competition, presented by F. Scott Kieff on September 22nd, 2008 at the Meeting of the Gathering 1.0 in Palo Alto.
- F. Scott Kieff, Presentation, “Protecting Software-Related Inventions in the United States: Evolution by the Courts” at AIPPI in Boston (Sept. 10, 2008)
- New Institutional Economics and Recent Institutional Changes in Intellectual Property, presented July 25, 2008 at the University of Washington School of Law Center for Advanced Study and Research on Intellectual Property’s High Technology Protection Summit.
- Symposium on The New Ordering of Intellectual Property: The Emergence of Contracts as the Drivers of Intellectual Property Rights at the University of Maryland School of Law on 18 April 2008. Transcripts of panel presentation and discussions.
- On the Importance of Property Rights in Intangibles like IP to Access, Competition, and Economic Development by F. Scott Kieff, presented to seminars Melbourne and Sydney and a conference in Singapore in Feb-Mar 2008.
- Perils of Patent Reform: Flexibility’s Achilles Heel at PFF Aspen Summit in August 2007. F. Scott Kieff.
- Presentation before the National Press Club by F. Scott Kieff given in Washington, D.C. on July 10, 2007. Part of a series on “Who Owns Your Genes?”
- Engineering a Deal: A Private Ordering Solution to the Anticommons Problem (Spring 2006 version). F. Scott Kieff and Troy A. Paredes.
- “A Debate About the Patent System”, given at PatCon 3 at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law on April 12, 2013 with Judge Richard Posner and Richard A. Epstein.
- The Case for Preferring Patent Validity Litigation over Second Window Review and Gold Plate Patents, talk given at the University of Pennsylvania Law Review Foundations of Intellectual Property Reform Symposium, January 16, 2009. F. Scott Kieff.
- Understanding Patent Quality Mechanisms, talk given at the University of Pennsylvania Law ReviewFoundations of Intellectual Property Reform Symposium, January 16, 2009. R. Polk Wagner.
- FTC Panel on Economic Perspectives on IP and Technology Markets, part of the FTC Hearings on the Evolving IP Marketplace – The Operation of IP Markets, March 19, 2009, F. Scott Kieff. Video. Transcript.
- FTC Hearing on the Evolving IP Marketplace – Panel on Changes in Injunction Law, February 12, 2009. (Transcript Part 1 & Part 2; Video Part 1 & Part 2). Henry E. Smith.
- United States Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice Antitrust Division Joint Hearings on Competition and Intellectual Property (Apr. 10, 2002). Transcript. Invited testimony of F. Scott Kieff.
- Comments Regarding Competition and Intellectual Property – Summary of Proposed Testimony, this submission was the basis for the invitation to present further oral testimony. F. Scott Kieff.