Author Archive for Irene Calboli

United States Supreme Court Cites the Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013
Category: Intellectual Property Law, Legal Scholarship, Marquette Law School, Public | No Comments »

Law professors, like everyone else, have good days and less good days. Then, sometimes, law professors have special days. In these days, something truly unique happens, something that makes law ... Read more »

Lemley Considers Whether Patent Office Can Be Fixed

Saturday, April 2nd, 2011
Category: Intellectual Property Law, Speakers at Marquette | No Comments »

This past Friday was a memorable day for Marquette Intellectual Property & Technolgy Program. Professor Mark A. Lemley, the William H. Neukom Professor of Law at Stanford Law School, the ... Read more »

New Issue of Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review Is Here

Monday, March 8th, 2010
Category: Intellectual Property Law, Legal Scholarship, Marquette Law School | No Comments »

On behalf of the staff of the Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review, I am pleased to announce the arrival of the first issue of volume fourteen, available now in print and online. This ... Read more »

What Is So Special (to Me) About Intellectual Property?

Thursday, June 25th, 2009
Category: Education & Law, Intellectual Property Law | No Comments »

Last week I announced a future post about "why I like IP" and what brought me to specialize in this area. First, as with many-and often the most successful-things in ... Read more »

Berlusconi in the United States

Tuesday, June 16th, 2009
Category: International Law & Diplomacy | 2 Comments »

I am an Italian citizen (and very proud of it), so I read the Italian news every day.  This is not really "legally relevant," but  the BBC has a very funny article ... Read more »

Why Intellectual Property is Often (Literally) the “Icing on the Cake”

Tuesday, June 16th, 2009
Category: Intellectual Property Law, Legal Education | 1 Comment »

I often tell my students that Intellectual Property is like the “icing on the cake”—the “cake” being the structure created by a product or service to which Intellectual Property law (IP) ... Read more »

MULS 2009 Works-In-Progress Workshop (June Session)

Friday, June 5th, 2009
Category: Corporate Law, Criminal Law & Process, Education & Law, Health Care, Human Rights, Intellectual Property Law, International Law & Diplomacy, Judges & Judicial Process, Legal Education, Legal Practice, Legal Scholarship, Wisconsin Law & Legal System | No Comments »

To open my month as faculty blogger, I would first like to thank my colleague Michael O’Hear, whose dedication to, and work for, the Marquette Faculty Blog since its creation ... Read more »

New Issue of Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review Is Here

Monday, March 23rd, 2009
Category: Intellectual Property Law, Legal Scholarship, Marquette Law School | No Comments »

Thanks to the outstanding work of its editors and staff members, the Winter 2009 issue of the Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review has just been released to the public! The issue opens ... Read more »

Professor Schneider Receives the Women in the Law 2009 Award by the Wisconsin Law Journal

Thursday, March 19th, 2009
Category: Marquette Law School | 2 Comments »

A few weeks ago, the Wisconsin Law Journal awarded my colleague Andrea Kupfer Schneider the prestigious Women in the Law Award for 2009.  Professor Schneider was one of 21 ... Read more »

The New Wisconsin Logo “Live Like You Mean It” and Its Early Criticism: Much Ado About Nothing?

Wednesday, March 18th, 2009
Category: Intellectual Property Law, Wisconsin Law & Legal System | 3 Comments »

Newspapers, web sites, and blogs are all talking these days about the newly launched Wisconsin slogan ("Live Like You Mean It") that will replace the slogan "Life's So Good" in ... Read more »

What’s New in the Classroom: Lawyerly Presentations in IIP

Wednesday, January 14th, 2009
Category: Legal Education | No Comments »

I spent the past few months pondering how to improve and experiment with the use of student presentations as part of my teaching in small and medium-sized classes.  Since I ... Read more »

Obama Merchandising

Monday, December 15th, 2008
Category: Intellectual Property Law | No Comments »

My very good friend and former colleague Eric Goldman has recently posted a link to trademark filings and merchandising related to President-Elect Barak Obama. As you will see, the various logos (as ... Read more »