NKU Chase Law & Informatics is proud to be a sponsor of Innovate/Activate which was held at UC Berkeley April 2012.
As part of our program, we are co-facilitating a breakout session:
Funding/New Business Models Without Maximum IP
Jon Garon (NKU Chase Law & Informatics Institute)
and Marshall Van Alstyne (Boston University/MIT)
Handouts for the conference are available here. They include the following items:
- Jon M. Garon, Mortgaging the Meme: Financing and Managing Disruptive Innovation, 7 Northwestern J. Tech. & Int. Prop.__ (2012).
- Jon M. Garon, Mortgaging the Meme: Financing and Managing Disruptive Innovation, slide presentation at Mortgaging the Meme-Innovate-Activate.
- Jon M. Garon, Understanding IP Exclusivity, from Own It – The Law & Business Guide to Launching a New Business through Innovation, Exclusivity and Relevance (Carolina Academic Press, September 2007).
- Jon M. Garon, Wiki Authorship, Social Media and the Curatorial Audience, 1 Harv. J. Sports & Ent. L. 95 (2010).
- Law & Informatics Blog Post: Crowdfunding Approved; But Not Yet in Theaters.
- Gavin Clarkson & Marshall Van Alstyne, The Social Efficiency of Fairness.