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Professor Amy Landers to Discuss Theories of Patent Trolling at Chapman Law Review Symposium

Amy L. Landers

January 27, 2015

Professor Amy Landers will offer a scholarly perspective on patent trolling at the 2015 Chapman Law Review Symposium on Jan. 30, “Trolls or Toll-Takers: Do Intellectual Property Non-Practicing Entities Add Value to Society?”

The symposium will explore practical and theoretical dimensions of patent trolling, the practice of acquiring patents in order to obtain royalties or licensing fees.

Landers, the director of the law school’s Intellectual Property Law Program, will join colleagues from the University of California Hastings College of Law, the University of Kentucky College of Law and Southern Illinois University School of Law on the panel.

The author of “Understanding Patent Law,” now in its second edition, Landers is a recognized authority on patents and IP law.