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BPLA’S 2017 Annual Writing Competition Is Now Accepting Entries
Is Now Accepting Entries. 1st Prize: $1000; 2nd Prize: $500
BPLA is once again holding its annual Writing Competition. Law school students are encouraged to submit papers relating to intellectual property law. Judges will consider the merits of each paper based on: (i) contribution to the knowledge respecting intellectual property law; and (ii) the extent to which it displays original and creative thought or information not previously published or available. The requirements for eligibility are outlined below. Contest Rules:
  1. Articles must be written solely by a student or students either in full-time or part-time attendance at a law school (day or evening) within the jurisdiction of the First Federal Judiciary Circuit, or prepared in connection with a course at a law school in the First Circuit.
  2. Articles must be written or published between September 1, 2016 and August 31, 2017.
  3. Articles must be submitted to the Boston Patent Law Association on or before September 30, 2017.
  4. Papers should be no more than the equivalent of ten (10) law review pages including footnotes (30-40 pages typed copy).
  5. Submission of five (5) copies or a .pdf file is required. Submissions must include the submitter’s name, current address, current telephone number, law school, and employment information (if applicable).
Please send articles to: Michael McGurk DLA Piper LLP 33 Arch Street 26th Floor Boston, MA 02210 Michael.McGurk@DLAPiper.com Office: 617 406 6083 For past winners and articles, please see here
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Volume 48, Issue 2
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Message from the President Monica Grewal
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Report of the Giles Rich Moot Court Competition
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Annual Judges Dinner
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BPLA’S 2017 Annual Writing Competition Is Now Accepting Entries
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IP Due Diligence: The Five Questions You Must Ask in Corporate Transactions
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BPLA Committee Report
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Undiscovered “discovery”: Measures available in European civil law systems to obtain evidence in possession of the counterpart
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Report from the NYIPLA Section 101 Forum 2017
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Limitations on Enforceability of Patent Rights
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BPLA International and Foreign Practice Committee Hosts Event on Strategies for Prosecuting Biotech and Life Science Patents in China
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2 Ways Courts Approach Willful Infringement After Halo
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4 Factors Influencing Enhanced Damages After Halo
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Trademarks and Bankruptcy – The Difficult Mission to Harmonize Continues
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Message from the Editor-in-Chief
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Members on the Move
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