IntellectualIP is a Briggs and Morgan and University of Minnesota Law School – Educational Co-Sponsor blog. It’s intended to provide practical information concerning U.S. and international intellectual property law. Opinions expressed on this blog do not reflect University of Minnesota support or endorsement of Briggs and Morgan or of any other non-university entity cited or linked to on this site. If you are looking for information on a certain intellectual property law topic, you can use the “Search” function on the IntellectualIP homepage to search for keywords. Alternatively, you can click on one of the “Categories” listed in the right sidebar on the homepage to see all posts related to that category.
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About Briggs and Morgan, P.A.
IntellectualIP is an intellectual property law blog created by attorneys in the Intellectual Property section at Briggs and Morgan, P.A. Briggs and Morgan is a full-service law firm with more than 180 attorneys in both Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN. The firm ranks among The NLJ 250 as one of the nation’s largest firms and has received numerous accolades, including recognition by Corporate Counsel and top clients as a “Go-To Law Firm®” in the areas of litigation, corporate transactions, corporate governance, and labor and employment. The firm and its attorneys have also been selected for publication in The Best Lawyers in America and Chambers USA. Briggs is a founding member of Lex Mundi, the world’s leading association of independent law firms, and serves as the exclusive member firm for Minnesota.
About the University of Minnesota Law School
For more than 120 years, the University of Minnesota Law School has been a pioneer in legal education and research. A top public law school in a vibrant, urban setting, the school offers students access to a world-class faculty, an innovative curriculum, unmatched clinical practice and experiential learning opportunities, and a network of dedicated alumni around the world. Students are taught by a faculty comprised of instructors who are passionate about their research and are committed to integrating theory and practice into their teaching. They are demanding in the classroom, but they are eager to mentor and are readily available to help students develop their own paths to success. The same can be said of Law School alumni, many of whom occupy leading positions across the globe in law, business, government, and the non-profit sector, but take time to actively help today’s students. The U of M Law School’s bar passage and employment rates are among the highest in the nation.
About the Authors
For more information about the attorneys who contribute to IntellectualIP, click on the links below:
- Audrey Babcock
- Nelson Capes
- Aleya Champlin
- Professor Thomas Cotter
- Erin Dungan
- Scott Flaherty
- Gerald Helget
- Michael Lafeber
- Kathryn McDonald
- Daniel White
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