The Pierce Law IP Mall is pleased to offer the full text of intellectual property, cyberlaw and electronic commerce publications of the Congressional Research Service (CRS), the 741-person, $68 million-per-year "think tank" that works exclusively for Members and committees of the United States Congress. CRS is part of the legislative branch of the federal government. CRS, which is a department of the Library of Congress, works exclusively as a nonpartisan analytical, research, and reference arm for Congress. The CRS mission is to support an informed national legislature.
Released June 26, 1998, this award winning intellectual property resource contains a comprehensive listing of IP Web sites and resources available on the Internet. Includes information relating to patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets. Hundreds of IP law firms are referenced as well.
Pages produced by students supervised by Jon Cavicchi as part of his Intellectual Property Research Tools and Strategies course. The student pages posted here are believed to be useful, but the Law Center does not maintain their currency or certify their accuracy. Prof. Cavicchi maintains the Patent Searching Research Archives which is a collection of articles and Web resources devoted to the study of patent searching. These resources are for the use of students in his patent searching classes.
Contains online copies of midterms and finals from many of the FPLC IP course selection dating as far back as 1987. Save yourself the cost of photo copying these old exams and enjoy the convenience of home delivery.