Image (L – R): CIPPM Faculty. BU’s Centre for Intellectual Property Policy & Management (CIPPM) has been awarded a three year grant to set up a Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence on ‘European… »
Posts Tagged: “law”
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In our next installment of “Photo of the Week” we will be looking at looking at the work of Dr Dinusha Mendis, who has been looking at 3D printing and… »
Jeffrey Wale: Decision making at the beginning of life: the interface between medical practice, regulation and the criminal law in the UK. A study of selective reductions of pregnancy during the first trimester.
Researcher: Jeffrey Wale Jeffrey Wale’s PhD research combines the disciplines of criminal law with the regulation of medical practice. Exploring and engaging with decision making at the very beginning of… »
Researcher: Hayleigh Bosher Hayleigh Bosher is a first year PhD student under the supervision of Dr. Dinusha Mendis and Professor Martin Kretschmer. Hayleigh’s PhD research involves a consideration of online… »
Copyright law can be a confusing minefield for today’s creators – from musicians to business patents, performers and writers – discovering the ways in which you can protect your original… »
The rise of 3D Printing, where a three-dimensional object can be recreated and printed in the comfort of your own home or office, has massive implications for patent and copyright… »
On Tuesday 11th June 2013, the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy and Management (CIPPM) showcased its research as part of the Law Department’s Festival of Learning event. The Law event… »
This one-day symposium as part of BU’s Festival of Learning explored the current and future security and assurance issues facing UK enterprises, agencies and institutions. There are many fears surrounding… »
An orphan work in copyright terms refers to a copyrighted original work where the owner of the work cannot be determined, identified or contacted. This leaves the work itself in… »
Exploring the unique legal challenges of using forensic evidence from mass grave excavations in international criminal trials.