Lalor Blogs For Marquette University Law School
October 13, 2009
This past summer, Boyle Fredrickson attorney and Marquette University Law School alum, Eric Lalor was asked to share his opinions in a series of blog entries that were posted to the University’s website. During his tenure as guest blogger, Lalor touched on several topics, including:
- President Obama’s nomination of David Kappos to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
- The World Business Council for Sustainable Development’s (WBCSD) altruistic initiative, the Eco-Patent Commons
- The resulting consequences of the Google Library Project in relation to intellectual property
- An update on Tafas v. Doll and the joint filing of a “Joint Consent Motion for a Stay of En Banc Proceedings”
According to Lalor, participating in the blog has been a fantastic mechanism for giving back to the University and contributing directly to a forum he proudly supports. “Having full discretion over the topics meant providing voice to some of the IP issues I felt were really turning heads at the time,” said Lalor.
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