Member of the Dickinson Wright Intellectual Property Academy Wins Award

June 2011
Stacie Farina, member of the Dickinson Wright Intellectual Property Academy and Thomas M. Cooley Law School student, won first place in the 2011 Michigan Innovation and Intellectual Property Legal Writing Competition. The competition is jointly sponsored by the Michigan State Bar Intellectual Property Law Section (IPLS) and the Thomas M. Cooley Law School Graduate Program in Intellectual Property Law.

Stacie received a cash prize, publication of their work in the IPLS Proceedings journal, and complimentary registration to the annual IPLS Spring Intellectual Property Seminar for her entry, “Martin v. Alliance Machine: A Broken Application of the Bundle of Secondary Considerations.”
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