Gonzo for IP at Gonzanga
The Gonzanga Law Review recently published a A Symposium on The Treatment of Intellectual Property in Insolvency Proceedings.
Articles include:Prof. Xuan-Thao Nguyen, Selling It First, Stealing It Later: The Trouble with Trademarks in Corporate Transactions in Bankruptcy
(she always does come up with the best titles)
Prof. Nadine Farid, The Fate of Intellectual Property Assets in Cross-Border Insolvency Proceedings
Prof. Sharon K. Sandeen, Identifying and Keeping the Genie in the Bottle: The Practical and Legal Realities of Trade Secrets in Bankruptcy Proceedings
David R. Kuney, Restructuring Dilemmas for the High Technology Licensees: Will "Plain Meaning" Bring Order to the Chaotic Bankruptcy Law for Assumption and Assignment of Technology Licenses?
I'm sure all four articles are required reading for those interested in the field, although I've only had a chance to read Professor Farid's article on comparative IP and insolvency law so far. The articles are all available on Westlaw. Thanks to Professors Linda Rusch
and Stephen L. Sepinuck
for organizing the symposium.