Perry Binder is an award-winning legal studies professor in Robinson, and the co-founder of GSU’s Corporate Intellectual Property Institute, a premier two-day annual conference for practitioners. Perry is a founding Board Member of the Georgia IP Alliance (GIPA). Though GIPA, he secured five Governor Proclamations to recognize IP’s value to Georgia businesses. October 2019 is IP Month in Georgia – the only state in the nation to have a dedicated IP Month.
Prior to his teaching career, Perry litigated complex business cases in Florida, with stakes in excess of $10 million. Presently, he conducts law training for large companies and law firms at PerryBinder.com. Perry’s interactive and entertaining sessions for companies and HR professionals include: Employee Use of Social Media, Leadership Ethics, Harassment training, Negotiation, Intellectual Property, and Minimizing Business Risk.
Perry volunteers his time speaking with middle school, high school, and college students on how to succeed in college and life, based on the lessons from his book, 99 Motivators for College Success. Each year since 2016, Randolph College in Virginia sends 99 Motivators to hundreds of rising high school seniors nationwide, as the centerpiece of its Book Award Program.
Eleanor Fox is a senior in the Robinson College of Business studying economics. She has focused her undergraduate studies in urban economics and legal studies taking classes such as Internet Law, Introduction to the Law, Economics of Cities and Urban Sociology.
She works at a small business in Smyrna, Georgia managing public relations including their social media accounts and transactional relationships with equipment vendors.
Bryan Girard is a recent graduate from the Georgia State university Robinson College of Business. He majored in Computer Information Systems with a concentration in cyber security. He was a student of Professor Binder in his ENI 4060, IT Law course. After graduating from Georgia State, he enrolled back into Georgia State and he decided to a pursue a Masters in Information Systems Audit and Control. Bryan was awarded a Graduate research assistantship to work with Dr. Varshey in the Computer Information System Department during his Masters. He is currently assisting Dr. Varhsney in his research of Mobile Health and Security.
He has an interest in FinTech, more specifically RegTech. He is interested in the use of blockchain to assist in audits. Also, the use of AI in auditing. He plans to try and enter the FinTech or RegTech industry upon completion of his masters in May 2020.