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IP at Pierce Law: Clinics & Summer Institutes

The cases handled by students and Faculty at the Consumer and Commercial Law Clinic at Pierce Law include copyright, trademark and small business matters.

The Clinic has established a relationship with the New Hampshire Lawyers for the Arts. Joan Goshgarian with NHLA, refers cases to the Clinic on a regular basis.

So far this relationship has yielded inquiries and student work in the following areas:
  • Registering a trade name with PTO
  • Helping a town historical society register a logo/tradename with PTO
  • Advising an education organization about licensing issues for an on-line educational assessment program
  • Advising a Boston based museum on copyright issues
  • Advising a NH museum on copyright protection issues concerning works they display online
  • Advising a town historical society about their rights to reproduce and sell old post cards
  • Helping a budding theatrical company with internal management issues
  • Advising an artist about straight forward copyright questions
  • Helping a town cultural center establish a non-profit org and qualify for 501 C (3) status
These are some of the "soft IP" and small business matters on the current Clinic docket.

Matters involving federal intellectual property rights are reviewed by Professor Susan Richey.

For more information contact:
    Peter S. Wright, Jr.
    Professor and Director of Clinical Programs
    Franklin Pierce Law Center
    2 White Street
    Concord, New Hampshire 03301
    (603) 225-3350 phone
    (603) 229-0423 fax

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