November 4, 2011 8:00am-4:30pm
CIPL and Law Review Symposium: Law of the Smart Phone
The Center for Intellectual Property Law and the Whittier Law Review
The 29th Annual Law Review Symposium: The Law of the Smart Phone
Friday, November 4, 2011
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Earn 6 MCLE* Credits
Whittier Law School’s Center for Intellectual Property Law and Law Review present “The Law of the Smart Phone,” featuring presentations and panel discussions devoted to the privacy, regulation, economics, and intellectual property issues surrounding smart phone technology. Presenters will include some of the law’s most celebrated scholars and practitioners in new technologies.
Keynote Speaker: Gerald Faulhaber
Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
8:00-8:30: Registration and Breakfast
8:30-9:30: Regulation and the Smart Phone
- Alan Friel, Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP, Regulation and Self-Regulation of Mobile Marketing and Mobile Content
- Adam Candeub, Michigan State University College of Law, Smartphone Location Tracking Regulation and the FCC’s Jurisdictional Crisis
9:45-11:30: The Smart Phone and Criminal Privacy
- Susan Freiwald, University of San Francisco Law School, Mapping our Movements: Law Enforcement Access to Cell Site Location Data
- Joshua Engel, Lycurgus Group, LLC, Rethinking the Application of the Fifth Amendment to Passwords and Encryption in the Age of Cloud Computing
- Susan Brenner, University of Dayton Law School, Encryption, Smart Phones and the Fifth Amendment
- Saby Ghoshray, Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies, Searching for the Appropriate Legal Contour for Warrantless Search of Smartphones under the Fourth Amendment Jurisprudence
- Douglas Godfrey, Chicago-Kent Law School, The Government is Tracking You Through Your Smartphone
11:30-1:30: Lunch and Keynote Speaker
- Gerald Faulhaber, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, The Wireless Tsunami: Technology, Markets and Regulation
1:30-2:30: The Mobile Consumer
- Marc Roark, La Verne College of Law, Paying the Buck: An Empirical Analysis of Consumer Choice of Payments at Starbucks and the Place for Mobile Money in a Payments Paradigm
- Eniola Akindemowo, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, A New Approach To Emergent Payments Regulation and Policy
- Lisa Borodkin, Monetizing the Mobile Social Graph: Likeness Rights and Photosharing Apps.
2:45-4:15: Intellectual Property and the Smart Phone
- Wendy Seltzer, Yale Information Society Project, Openness and Closure in the Smartphone Ecosystem
- Mark Del Bianco, Law Office of Mark C. Del Bianco, Seizing the Soul of the Smart Phone: Innovation, Control and Openness on Broadband
- John Tehranian, Southwestern Law School, IP and the iPhone: Balancing the Interests of Users and Copyright, Trademark and Publicity Rightsholders in a Mobile Era
- M. Scott Boone, Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, The Future of Law in Your Hands
Registration: $100; up to 6 hours of MCLE credit* available. Complimentary continental breakfast and lunch will be served. Complimentary parking.
*Whittier Law School, provider #2076, is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider and certifies that this activity has been approved for MCLE credit in the amount of 6 general MCLE credits.
Location: Whittier Law School, Room 1
WLS Alumni, Community - $100 per person.
Law Faculty and Students - No cost.