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Genetic Resources, Indigenous Peoples and Federal Policy

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Publication Date

3-21-2014

Abstract

The second annual Cherry Blossom Symposium will focus on the intersection of intellectual property law and federal policy relating to “traditional knowledge.”

Topics of discussion will include: (1) initiatives to regulate commercial appropriation of names, symbols, and modes of cultural production associated with traditional and indigenous communities; (2) progress in the efforts of the WIPO Intergovernmental Committee on Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Folklore to establish international norms; (3) the intersection of protection for genetic resources and research governance, and (4) non-traditional solutions to IPR-related problems affecting traditional knowledge and its custodians.

Panel 2: Genetic Resources, Indigenous Peoples and Federal Policy 11:15am – 12:30pm

Chair: Professor Jorge Contreras, American University Washington College of Law
Pilar Ossorio – University of Wisconsin Law School
Julia Fuld – WCL alumna
Ezra Rosser
– American University Washington College of Law
Greg Dolin – University of Baltimore Center for Medicine and Law

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