The Intersection Between Native American Law and Intellectual Property

Posted on January 5, 2011

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Robert J. Miller of Lewis & Clark Law School has written a timely and informative piece, American Indian and Tribal Intellectual Property Rights, published in the Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property.  It’s refreshingly concise, and covers:

  • The Indian Arts & Crafts Act (1935),
  • Protection of tribal names (i.e., Crazy Horse), and
  • Use of Patents and Trademarks (i.e., Redskins).

You can download the full article from Professor Miller’s website: American Indian and Tribal Intellectual Property Rights.

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