"Indigenous Cultural Intellectual Property Rights," 2017 Indian Law Conference, April 2017.
Speakers at the April 6-7 Indian Law Conference will discuss the rapidly growing domain of indigenous intellectual property law including originality, ownership, and the advantages of protecting culture. This session titled “Indigenous Cultural Intellectual Property Rights” will feature Wade T. Blackmon (Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP), Melody McCoy (Native American Rights Fund), and Paul Spruhan (Navajo Nation Department of Justice).
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Friday, April 7, 2017
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