03/05/2017 - Presidential Powers in the United States and Police Misconduct
The Department of Industrial Property cordially invites you to a guest lecture of Professor Michael Seng “Presidential Powers in the United States and Police Misconduct”.
WHEN: Wednesday 3 May 2017, 10:00 a.m.
WHERE: MUP Prague-Strašnice building, Dubečská 900/10, room No. 109
Professor Michael Seng specializes in constitutional law and is professor at John Marshall Law School in Chicago, U.S.A. He also is a practicing attorney at law in constitutional law (some cases before the U.S. Supreme Court). For many yeras, he collaborates both individually and on behalf of JMLS with MUP and organizes the exchange of students between the two universities.
During lecture visit of two American professors from John Marshall Law School Chicago organized by MUP through the ERASMUS programme they will give for MUP students (besides lectures in the MUP buildings announced here in MUP web site) also two another lectures outside of MUP buildings:
- Current problems of American patent law and other intellectual property rights (Professor Daryl Lim) and Protection of privacy and trade secrets and freedom of speech in American law (Professor Michael Seng)
28.4.2017 10:30 in the building of University of Economics Prague (VŠE v Praze), náměstí W. Churchilla 4, Praha 3, meeting room 244 NB (new building)
- Current problems of American antitrust law (Professor Daryl Lim) and Protection of privacy and trade secrets (Professor Michael Seng)
3.5.2017 18:00 in the building of University of Economics Prague (VŠE v Praze), náměstí W. Churchilla 4, Praha 3, lecture room 225 SB (old building).
MUP students and teachers are invited, their participation is free.