Faculty Notes Published on August 18, 2014 | by LawNews Prof. Irina Manta Presents at 2014 Intellectual Property Scholars Conference (IPSC) On August 7, 2014, Professor Irina D. Manta presented her co-authored paper “Judging Similarity” at the Intellectual Property Scholars Conference (IPSC) at UC Berkeley School of Law. View the conference website. Read Professor Manta’s paper. Related posts: Prof. Irina Manta Presents at 2013 Intellectual Property Scholars Conference (IPSC) Prof. Irina Manta Presents at 2015 Intellectual Property Scholars Conference Prof. Irina Manta Is Invited Speaker at Junior Intellectual Property Scholars Workshop Prof. Irina Manta Organizes and Presents at ‘Intangibility in IP’ Junior Scholars Workshop Tags: Cognitive Bias, Copyright Infringement, Irina Manta, New Scholarship, Presentations, Substantial Similarity About LawNews LawNews To submit a news story, or to request an interview with one of Hofstra Law's faculty experts, please contact Andrew Berman, assistant dean for communications, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Related Posts Prof. Barbara Barron Creates, Directs Balkans Regional Rule of Law Network Capstone Course → Prof. Michael Haber Conducts Training on Disaster Relief at NYC Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings → Prof. Barbara Stark Publishes ‘Mr. Trump’s Contribution to Women’s Human Rights’ in ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law → Prof. Andrew Schepard Presents at 2 Sessions at AFCC 2018 Annual Conference → Comments are closed.