Professor Zoe Argento spoke to WPRO radio host Vincent "Buddy" Cianci about the intersection of bankruptcy and intellectual property law in the 38 Studios case.

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Professor Zoe Argento spoke to WPRO radio host Vincent "Buddy" Cianci about the intersection of bankruptcy and intellectual property law in the 38 Studios case.

From WPRO 630's Buddy Cianci Show: "Assistant Professor of Law Zoe Argento Explains Intellectual Property Law for 38 Studios"

July 11, 2012: Professor Zoe Argento spoke to WPRO radio host (and former Providence mayor) Vincent "Buddy" Cianci about the intersection of bankruptcy and intellectual property law in the controversial Curt Schilling/ 38 Studios case.

 

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