Videos

The Landscape of Collective Management Schemes

Vanderbilt University Law School Professor Daniel Gervais’s keynote lecture at the “Collective Management of Copyright: Solution or Sacrifice?” Symposium hosted by Kernochan Center for Law, Media and the Arts. This symposium took place at Columbia Law School on January 28, 2011. Video courtesy of Columbia Law School.


Do We Still Need Record Labels: A Global Debate

This pro/con panel discussion sponsored by the Vanderbilt Intellectual Property Program and the Vanderbilt International Office features six intellectual property law scholars, practitioners and industry executives: Andrew Christie, Davies Collison Cave Chair of Intellectual Property, Melbourne Law School Brian Day, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe Lital Helman, Kernochan Center Fellow, Columbia Law School Terry Hemming, CEO, Provident Music Group (Sony Music Entertainment) Timothy Lee, Ars Technica Andrew Pollock, Mashalls & Dent/The Dead Leaves, Melbourne Australia.


“TRIPS 3.o”

 

 Fourth Annual Finnegan and Henderson Distinguished Lecture on Intellectual Property, Washington College of Law, October 21, 2008.

 

Click here to watch this lecture by Professor Gervais.

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Anand Grover: Lawyers Collective Mumbai, UN Special Rapporteur on Health

Interview with Anand Grover about the effects of the TRIPS Agreement, of the patenting of new HIV/Aids medicines in India and of Free-Trade Agreements in regard to access to medicines in developing countries. This video is lincensed under creative commons Attribution 3.0 Unported: http://creativecommons.org. Thanks a lot to Action against AIDS Germany for organizing the trip to India in March 2009 where this video was conducted.


Mboi Evans Misatiat the Doha+10 Conference in Berlin

Action against AIDS Germany organized the international Doha+10 Conference at the Landesvertretung Baden-Württemberg in Berlin on November 24, 2011: 10 years after the 2001 “Doha Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health” — Has the access to medicine been improved through or in spite of the new World Trade Organization frame conditions?


Roger Kampf at the Doha+10 Conference in Berlin

Action against AIDS Germany organized the international Doha+10 Conference at the Landesvertretung Baden-Württemberg in Berlin on November 24, 2011: 10 years after the 2001 “Doha Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health” — Has the access to medicine been improved through or in spite of the new World Trade Organization frame conditions?


The TRIPS Agreement

Phillip Taylor’s review.


Public Health, Innovation and Trade: Achievements and Challenges

Highlights from the high-level symposium of the Global Health Programme.


Trade-related Intellectual Property rights

Does the TRIPS agreement strike the right balance?


World Intellectual Property Org. Conference Panel 2

On Oct. 17-19, hundreds of experts from around the world and Music Row came to Vanderbilt Law School to discuss and debate issues such as how artists, songwriters and authors are paid for use of their work and how to legally distribute music, videos and other works protected by intellectual property as part of a conference sponsored by Vanderbilt, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and the International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers (CISAC).


An Interview with Daniel Gervais

Daniel Gervais is interviewed at the CIC’s Intellectual Property Conference.