Gowlings IPilogue Prize
Gowlings Best Blog in IP Law and Technology Prize
The prizes were pioneered in Professor Giuseppina D’Agostino’s Intellectual Property class in Fall 2007 and have been generously sponsored each year since then by Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP. Four prizes in total are awarded each year to full-time Osgoode Hall Law School students. In each academic semester, there is one prize for the best post and one prize for the best comment.
All Osgoode students are invited to submit entries to the IPilogue, which will be considered automatically for the prizes. All blog entries, whether submitted as a course requirement or outside the rubric of a course, will be considered, except for those submitted by IPilogue Editors.
The submission deadline for consideration for the prizes is the last day of classes for the academic year (e.g., for the 2013-2014 academic year, it is Friday, April 11, 2014). Please submit your blog post to firstname.lastname@example.org and comment on an existing IPilogue post by the last day of classes.
The winning blog posts will be featured on the IP Osgoode website. Recipients will also receive a $500 award, will be announced at Convocation and will receive a permanent notation on their official Osgoode transcript.
Winners of the Gowlings IPilogue Prize
Best Post: Meng Xiao (Nancy) Situ (Technology Stars in Silicon Valley – An Intensely IP Semester at Stanford: A Semester in Osgoode’s IP Intensive Program)
Best Comment: Danny Titolo (Comment on The ‘Myriad’ with the Golden ‘Gene’: Australia Upholds Breast Cancer Gene Patents)
Best Post: Mark Bowman (Military Tactics and Rock Star Patent Lawyers; the Patent System under Stress)
Best Comment: Maximilian Paterson (Comment on Third time a charm? The Innovative Design Protection Act in the face of The Knockoff Economy)
Best Comment: Alexander Ly: (Bill C-11: Through the Lens of Social Norms)
Best Post: Joshua Dallman: (The SOCAN Experience: A Semester in Osgoode’s IP Intensive Program)
Best Comment: Elias Lyberogiannis (Parsley, Parsnip, Peas, & Peppers: Patent Policy Perspectives From the Vegetable field)
Best Post: Philip Goldbach: (Steve Jobs: A Legacy In Patents)
Best Post (tie): Adam Heckman (Australia’s Federal Court rules ISPs must help prevent Copyright Infringement)
Best Post (tie): Clara Klein (Cloud-Based Content and TPMs: the Cloud’s Part in the Next Incarnation of Copyright Reform)
Best Comment: Rita Gao (Response to “Trade-Off: Privacy and Facebook Application”)
Best Post: Tiffany Wong (Senatorial Pursuit: A Canadian Perspective on the U.S. Reid-Angle Copyright Litigations)
Best Post: Darren Hall ( The Doctrine of “Inherent Anticipation” in Canada: A Time for Review? )
Best Comment: Ankur Bhatt (Response to “Some Consideration of Patents and Traditional Knowledge Implications: The 2009 UN Report on the Status of Indigenous Peoples”)
Best Post: Ren Bucholz ( Gospel, Gold Diggers, and Gum Trees: How Sampling Litigation Changes the Tune )
Best Comment: Daniel Kennedy (Response to “Feminism and Intellectual Property Law”)
Best Post: Jamie Goodman ( The Overprotection of Olympic Marks in Canada )
Best Comment: Kate Lacey (Response to “The Necessary Link Between Open Source Software and a Substantive Intellectual Property Regime”)
Jonathan Giraldi ( CIRA’s WHOIS Policy Strikes a Balance )
Best Post: Tamsin Thomas (Perspectives from a former scientist-in-training: If I knew then, what I know now…)
Best Comment: Conrad Seaman (Response to “The beginning of the end of net neutrality?”)
Best Post: Bobby Solhi (Canada to Criminalize Identity Theft)
Best Comment: Rivka Birkan (Response to “Second Life “land” dispute moves offline to federal”)