Join Santa Clara Law on April 7th for a panel discussion titled “What the Surprising Failure of Data Anonymization Means for Law and Policy” with Professor Paul Ohm of Univ. of Colorado Law, Cynthia Dwork of Microsoft, and Professor Chad Raphael of SCU. For more information and to register, visit http://bit.ly/dodSUP.
American University Washington College of Law’s
Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property and the The Federal Circuit Bar Association
The U.S. Innovation Economy – Getting Back on Track . . .
Thursday, March 18, 2010
3:30 pm -5:30 pm
American University Washington College of Law
4801 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Room 608 – International Lounge
Scott Blake Harris
General Counsel, U.S. Dept. of Energy
Senior Policy Advisor, Office of the Secretary, U.S. Dept. of Commerce
The Honorable Arthur J. Gajarsa
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
The panel will explore one of the key challenges facing our government – building a foundation to get the U.S. innovation economy back on track. The key to reinvigorating our competitiveness is smart technology and innovation. Billions of dollars have been set aside by the government to promote and fund such innovation, particularly in the alternative energy and clean tech. sectors. Our panel of distinguished speakers will discuss not only how these funds can be used to achieve the best results, but also the importance of other steps, including education to jumpstart American innovation and the economy.
Registration and Telecast Details
1) Those wishing to participate On-Site, with or without CLE credit, please visit www.fedcirbar.org/events.
2) For special “group” pricing and university law schools interested in FREE internet participation, contact Leah Jones, email@example.com.
3) Those wishing to participate via the Internet, please visit our website: https://fedcirbar.webex.com and use registration password “Innovation2010”. Please enter coupon code that applies (listed next to each category above) upon checkout to receive discounted price.
$120 non member
$35 non member (vukfffffcq)
$75 member (fokokeftgc)
$15 member (gogddtmfrh)
FCBA will seek CLE credit from applicable states for those registrants from within the United States (except OH, PA, IN, & PR).