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This Symposium is sponsored in part by the NSU Sharon and Mitchell W. Berger Entrepreneur Law Clinic.


2017 Nova Law Review Symposium

Entrepreneurship 2.0: Legal, Regulatory, and Economic Challenges to the Innovation Economy

Friday, October 6, 2017  |  9:00 am - 4:00 pm

NSU Shepard Broad College of Law  |  Panza Maurer Law Library, 3rd Floor

NSU Shepard Broad College of Law and the Nova Law Review will address the intersection of law and business as it focuses on new technologies, ethics, and regulation. The Symposium is an opportunity for academics, practitioners, and students in a variety of legal, business, and technology to exchange ideas and explore emerging issues.
This symposium offers: 6 CLE Credits - General

Video 1: Panel 1 - Economics of Entrepreneurial Development & International Economic Development

Video 2: Panel 2 - Patents & Intellectual Property as Innovation Catalyst & Barrier

Video 3: Panel 3 - Technology, Ethics, and Professional Responsibilities for the Creators of the Innovation Economy

Video 4: Panel 4 - Open Floor Discussion 


Stephen I. Ayeni, Jr.

NSU Shepard Broad College of Law, Nova Law Review Editor-in-Chief, Vol. 42


Aleksei Gudkov

Autonomous University of Barcelona

Control over the blockchain network communities

Rachele Hendricks-Sturrup, M.S., M.A., NSU Doctoral Student

NSU College of Health Care Sciences


Drew Hinkes

Berger Singerman

Economics/legalities of Crypto-token Sales, and Emerging Legal Issues Related to Crypto-assets/blockchain Models.

George Horvath

Berkeley Law University of California 

Trading Safety for Innovation and Access: An Empirical Evaluation of the FDA's Premarket Approval Process

Kenneth Lewis, Jr.

NSU Shepard Broad College of Law


Mayda Nahhas

NSU Shepard Broad College of Law, Nova Law Review Alumni Goodwin Editor, Vol. 42


Petros Georgios Papathanasiadis Neto

Consultant at FIBO IoT

Internet of Things

Kristen Osenga

University of Richmond School of Law

Institutional Design for Innovation: Better Solutions for Addressing 101 Statutory Subject Matter

Drew Simshaw

Elon University School of Law

Lawyers' Professional Duties as Advisors on - and Consumers and Developers of - New and Evolving Technologies

Scott Smiley

Attorney & Founder, Concept Law Group, P.A.

Patents—The Government Giveth and Now the Government Taketh Away, but is the New Process Under the America Invents Act Constitutional?

Dr. Tom Tworoger

NSU Huizenga College Professor of Entrepreneurship

Buying a Business with No Money.

Raphael Zingg

Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich and Visiting Scholar University of California Berkeley

Betting on the Mediocre - National Institutes of Health and Cancer-related Patenting

A symposium issue based on the presentations at the conference will be published by the Nova Law Review.


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