Upcoming Talks in May and June

By Eric Goldman

May and June have become unexpectedly busy. I’ve got over a half-dozen public speaking engagements scheduled for the next two months. Where you can find me:

* May 7, Arlington, VA. Law and Economics of Innovation conference co-sponsored by George Mason University and Microsoft. I’ll be speaking about my Economics of Reputational Information project.

* May 14, Stanford. Legal Frontiers in Digital Media co-sponsored by the Media Law Resource Center and Stanford. I’ll be speaking about behavioral advertising.

* May 19, SCU, 11:45-1. Memory and the Web, a lunchtime talk by SCU Prof. Geof Bowker. I’ll be commenting on his talk.

* June 2, Palo Alto, 8-10. Marked for Confusion: Has the Internet Changed Trademark Law? co-sponsored by HTLI and Bingham. Other panelists will be Mary Huser from eBay and Tom Kuhnle from Bingham. The RSVP page isn’t up yet; contact me if you’re interested in coming.

* June 4-5, Berkeley. Privacy Law Scholars Conference, I’ll be speaking on my Economics of Reputational Information project.

* June 12, Stanford. 6th Annual E-Commerce Best Practices Conference. I’ll be speaking about affiliate liability issues.

* June 18-19, Washington DC. Consumer Protection Conference sponsored by the ABA Antitrust Section. I’ll be speaking about 47 USC 230.

As always, it would be a delight to see you there!