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+Parker Hancock writes an excellent analysis of software patent eligibility and the (in)sufficiency of software patent invention disclosures.
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JETLaw Keeps Climbing in W&L Journal Rankings

JETLaw moves up 33 spots!

In the annual law journal rankings compiled by Washington & Lee University School of Law, JETLaw has risen another thirty-three spots — to No. 167, our highest rank ever!

We thank our exceptional authors for contributing high-quality scholarship and congratulate them for the warm reception their work has received in the academy over the past eight years. Because of their scholarship, Washington & Lee ranks JETLaw as one of the top ten journals publishing on IP law and in science & technology law. We are a top-five journal in arts & entertainment law, and we are particularly proud to be tied for second in judicial citations among IP journals.

JETLaw is currently accepting submissions for the 2014–2015 academic year.

http://www.jetlaw.org/2014/02/20/jetlaw-keeps-climbing-in-wl-journal-rankings/
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And we are underway, discussing patent eligibility (including software and genes). Please join our live stream and our discussion!

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JETLaw Symposium on Intellectual Property this Friday

The 2014-2015 JETLaw Symposium, Beyond Regulation: The US Government as Funder, Creator, and User of Intellectual Property, will examine the relationship between the US government and intellectual property. Intellectual property is typically focused on an individual’s ownership of rights to creations, often structured as private rights. However, we often neglect to discuss the ways in which the Government acts as a private individual, interacting with, creating, and funding intellectual property. While many are aware of this relationship, this scholarship in this field remains wholly underdeveloped; the predominant focus has been on government as regulator of intellectual property. Our panels will look at the US government as a funder, creator, and user of intellectual property, and will include remarks from leading scholars on current trends as well as the future of government involvement with intellectual property.

Date: Friday, January 23, 2015
Location: Flynn Auditorium, Vanderbilt Law School, 131 21st Ave. South, Nashville, TN 37203
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Software and genes and patents, oh my! 

Getting ready for the symposium tomorrow. Hope to see you there (or on the live stream)!

http://www.jetlaw.org/2014/01/23/jetlaw-symposium-on-patent-eligibility-tomorrow/
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Announcing the 2014 JETLaw Symposium on Patent Eligibility

The 2013-2014 JETLaw Symposium, “Patents 101: Eligibility from Computer Code to Genetic Codes” will be held at Vanderbilt Law School on Friday, January 24th, 2014. The Symposium examines the interaction of Section 101 and patent eligibility of software and DNA, as well as the implication of current jurisprudence on patent eligible subject matter. With the recent Supreme Court decision in Myriad and the number of cases in recent years addressing the patent eligibility of software, Section 101 has once again moved to the forefront of patent litigation. Chief Judge Randall Rader of the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit will deliver the keynote address and will be joined at the Symposium by Judge Kent Jordan of the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, former USPTO Solicitor John Whealan, and leading scholars from across the country.
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JETLaw: Leading entertainment & technology law journal
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The Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law (JETLaw) is an official, highly ranked, student-run publication of Vanderbilt University Law School focusing on technology, intellectual property, and entertainment law. JETLaw publishes four issues annually, including a special issue comprised of papers presented at its annual symposium, hosted on the law school campus in Nashville, TN.

JETLaw serves as a unique and inclusive forum for cutting-edge legal scholarship dedicated to the expanding nexus of entertainment, technology, and law in an increasingly connected world. Recognizing that this fusion of entertainment and technology poses novel legal issues in many fields of law, JETLaw welcomes scholarly submissions from the perspectives of copyright, administrative, sports, art, science, technology, and entertainment law, among others.

In addition to the printed journal, JETLaw seeks to connect interested communities through its blog, which incorporates easily accessible legal analysis of current events, cases, and issues related to the journal’s scope.

JETLaw was founded in 1998 as the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment Law and Practice, and changed its name in 2005.