Author Archives: Mike Palmedo

About Mike Palmedo

Michael Palmedo directs interdisciplinary research on the effects of international copyright agreements at American University Washington College of Law’s Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property. His research focuses on the microeconomic effects of changes in intellectual property laws. In recent years, this has included developing metrics for the comparison of laws regarding copyright limitations across countries and over time. Other research areas have included the negotiation and implementation of trade agreement intellectual property chapters, and how these rules impact markets in the South, and how they impact global supply chains. He holds Master’s Degrees in Economics and International Affairs, and is an economics Ph.D. candidate at the American University College of Arts and Sciences. Before coming to American University, Mr. Palmedo worked on policy research and web communications for the Consumer Project on Technology (now Knowledge Ecology International), concentrating on issues of access to medicines and international trade policy.

Sampling of IP Clinic Projects from AY 2012-2013

* Clinic students created work product for Colombian clients trying to garner support for a balanced implementation of the Colombian-US Free Trade Agreement, with respect to copyright and ISP liability laws. * Clinic students collaborated with Dance Heritage Coalition (DHC) … Continue reading

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