Albert and Vern Oldham Lectureship

The Akron Law Center for Intellectual Property Law and Technology presents:

Albert and Vern Oldham Intellectual Property Law Lecture Series

Tuesday, March 11 at 4 p.m. at The University of Akron School of Law, Room 152

The Honorable Paul R. Michel

Chief Circuit Judge (Retired)

Judge Paul Michel

"How the Supreme Court
Confused Eligibility with Patentability, Inverting the Roles of Sections 101 and 103, Ignoring 112 and Endangering Most Patents, and What You Can Do About It."

About the Lectureship:
The Albert and Vern Oldham Intellectual Property Law Endowment Fund was established at The University of Akron School of Law by Edwin W. "Ned" Oldham, senior partner at the former Oldham & Oldham Co., L.P.A., now Hahn Loeser + Parks, Akron. Albert and Vern Oldham founded Oldham & Oldham, a patent law firm, in 1947. The Fund is devoted to furthering Akron Law's mission in the area of intellectual property law. Ned Oldham sought to strengthen the teaching of patent, copyright and trademark law at the school and to focus on the importance of innovation and the entrepreneurial spirit that drives continued growth, progress and excellence in our community and nation.

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