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Local Artists and Attorneys to Discuss IP and Music April 1

Join us April 1 as a panel of local artists and attorneys discuss, "Making Music in the IP Age," during the third event of the "Fortnightly IP" series. The event will be held in Room 202 of the School of Law from 4 to 5:30 p.m.

Panelists include:

Rjyan Kidwell
Electronic Musician & DJ who Performs as Cex

Cynthia Blake Sanders '99, Esq.
Associate, Ober|Kaler & Adjunct Professor, University of Maryland School of Law

Jason Urick
Electronic Musician Formerly of Wzt Hearts

In addition to the panel, Mr. Jim Fattibene, Acquisitions Manager of BNA Books will speak on April 15 at 4 p.m. in Room 202 of the School of Law. All members of the Law School community are welcome to attend. The IP Fortnightly series began on Feb. 18 with Wayne B. Paugh, Esq., Consultant/Of Counsel of Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox LLC, known colloquially as the "IP Czar," who discussed "The Legislation of Intellectual Property: Lessons from Capitol Hill." Other speakers have also included Abby Bhattacharyya, President of Bartunek & Bhattacharyya.

The event is part of Fortnightly IP, sponsored by the Intellectual Property (IP) Law Program. The IP Program prepares students to pursue a career in intellectual property law by charting a clear course from theory to practice and addressing increasingly complex IP law issues from legal and interdisciplinary perspectives.


Posted by Carrie Oleynik

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