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Intellectual Property Law News
[January 27, 2011 – 03:48 pm]
Intellectual Property Law News

Now in its 26th year, the Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference of the ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law provides a gathering of the foremost authorities on the state of intellectual property law, including judges, government officials, in-house counsel, academics, and private practitioners. Pick up an entire year’s worth of CLE credits during the 2 ½ days of quality IP programming on the issues critical to your practice. Some program highlights include: • Reform Inside & Outside the USPTO • The DMCA – Is it Broken? • Tips from TTAB • ACTA: What Will it…

Intellectual Property Law New Zealand
[February 9, 2013 – 03:00 am]
Intellectual Property Law New Zealand

Pat Pilcher writes: For technology to become a fully functioning cog in NZ’s economy, the way we treat intellectual property (e.g. the ideas and concepts behind the software, hardware and other innovation that underpins much of the tech sector) is critically important. In a nutshell, we’d better get our patent laws right or we may find local businesses involved in unwinnable patent fights against lawyered-up multinationals when they could be innovating, exporting and otherwise creating wealth for New Zealanders. And the patent trolls. The overarching aim is for the government…

Intellectual Property Law New York
[February 6, 2013 – 05:55 pm]
Intellectual Property Law New York

One of the hottest topics in the legal world today is centered around intellectual property law and the legal issues surrounding creative industries such as art and fashion design. Our New York CLE Art Law and Intellectual Property Package offers attorneys the chance to explore some of the most controversial and litigated issues in the field today, learning from noted experts from the bench and bar, as well as specialists from museums, galleries, academia, media and law enforcement. For just $399, attorneys can acquire a wealth of knowledge on the following issues surrounding…

Intellectual Property Law New Orleans
[February 13, 2013 – 04:00 pm]
Intellectual Property Law New Orleans

Dean Jane Korn on stage with Centennial Kickoff speaker Scott Turow. Photo by Rajah Bose. By Dean Jane Korn O ur Centennial year has been wonderful so far and much is yet to come. World renowned author Scott Turow was the kickoff speaker for this year. A few weeks later, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit came to hear oral arguments at Gonzaga. Chief Judge Kozinski, Judge Christen and Judge Watford were kind enough to also attend several classes and engage with our students, in addition to hearing three cases. There was certainly a buzz in the air when…

Intellectual property Law Internship
[February 12, 2013 – 06:10 pm]
Intellectual property Law Internship

A reader writes: I intern at a high-end design company where we create one-of-a-kind visual art. I am an unpaid intern. The studio manager has told me that despite me creating artwork for the company, I have no rights to use it in my portfolio ever. She also said that many of the techniques I’ve learned at the internship I cannot use when I move on. This was when my internship was ending and I wanted samples for my print portfolio. Is this true? I obviously would steer away from copying work I’ve done to use at another company, but as far as my portfolio goes, I feel like I…

Intellectual Property Law in USA
[February 7, 2013 – 06:41 pm]
Intellectual Property Law in USA

Earlier today President Barack Obama made two nominations for the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Nominated were Raymond T. Chen, who is currently the Solicitor for the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and Todd M. Hughes, who is currently Deputy Director of the Commercial Litigation Branch of the Civil Division at the United States Department of Justice. The Federal Circuit is the Court of Appeals charged with handling all patent appeals from the United States Patent and Trademark Office and the various Federal District Courts regardless of…

Intellectual Property Law in Sports
[January 21, 2013 – 11:37 am]
Intellectual Property Law in Sports

Trade marks can be used to protect many different types of marks used in business, including logos, words, phrases, fancy text, colours and even sounds. But did you know names can also be registered as trade marks?  In recent years, some of Australia’s most famous sporting icons have registered their names as trade marks as they have moved into new business and charitable ventures.  Ian Thorpe has registered his name as a trade mark in three classes, covering his various business ventures in perfume and cosmetics, jewellery and clothing. Similarly, Greg Norman registered his…

Intellectual Property Law in Myanmar
[February 19, 2013 – 11:12 am]
Intellectual Property Law in Myanmar

EMG  Published on Monday, 18 February 2013 Hackers have been attempting to gain control of Facebook accounts belonging to Eleven Media reporters and Web administrators, according to notifications from the social-media company. Facebook has informed Eleven Media staff via email that attempts to enter their accounts had been made from unfamiliar locations, citing the hackers’ login IP, country, email address and time zones. According to notifications from Facebook last week someone attempted to enter the accounts of Eleven Media information technology manager Zaw Ye Naung and…

Intellectual Property Law in Ireland
[October 3, 2011 – 10:49 am]
Intellectual Property Law in Ireland

Ireland is often a really gorgeous scenic country. The country can also be quite nicely known for its reputed law companies. Many citizens of Ireland are attorneys by career and so they concentrate on diverse legal guidelines like the business litigation law, construction agreement law, corporate governance law and so on .Disputes are pretty prevalent in organizations specifically in those firms that are under Corporate Governance. There are plenty of lawyers in Ireland who have specialized on their own in dispute resolution ireland. They’ve several customers who approach them…

Intellectual Property Law in Ireland Clark
[January 25, 2013 – 11:45 am]
Intellectual Property Law in Ireland Clark

I have been on the fence about intellectual property for a long time. The suicide of Aaron Swartz set me thinking about it again. The non-aggression principle allows the use of violence in defence of property. This is because if I spend an hour of my life mixing my labour with the land to make a widget, and then someone steals my widget, they have stolen an hour of my life. Some might say that if I spend an hour of my life on some intellectual pursuit then it is possible for someone to steal that hour of my life by stealing my ideas. Violence is then justified in response. But…

Intellectual Property Law in India PPT
[February 19, 2013 – 11:23 am]
Intellectual Property Law in India PPT

Copy right ppt in intellectual property rights Presentation Transcript. INDIAN IPR REGIME• Meet international obligations while safeguarding national.

Intellectual Property Law in Cyberspace
[February 16, 2013 – 12:44 am]
Intellectual Property Law in Cyberspace

Weintraub Tobin and Moss Adams are co-sponsoring the LAVA Digital Media Group’s panel discussion: “What’s Ahead for Digital Media in 2013 ” on Tuesday, February 26. Making predictions in digital media can be challenging. At this time last year who even knew what Pinterest was, let alone that it would explode in popularity. Our panel will talk about what they see as being in store for 2013 and what opportunities might exist for L.A. Technology companies. Featured Speakers include Jake Winett, Vice President, Consumer Services | Digital Strategy & Innovation | Sony Pictures…

Intellectual Property Law in China
[June 17, 2009 – 12:47 pm]
Intellectual Property Law in China

Within a two-minute walk from my apartment in Shenzhen, there is ample evidence that intellectual property, particularly American, is not very well-protected in China. Nighttimes, three different vendors set up their folding tables on the main street with pirate DVDs by the carton-full, including many of the latest Hollywood releases. Cost: RMB5 each, or 73 cents each. Read the rest of “Intellectual Property Law in China – Rule of Law is Replacing Law of the Jungle” or post a comment

Intellectual Property Law in Brazil
[February 14, 2013 – 01:01 am]
Intellectual Property Law in Brazil

Shared via:  SÃO PAULO—Brazilian regulators on Wednesday rejected Apple Inc.’s AAPL -0.19%request to register the iPhone name in that country, setting up a potentially costly legal dispute in one of the world’s fastest-growing smartphone markets. The agency overseeing patents in Brazil said Wednesday it denied Apple’s trademark application because Brazilian electronics maker IGB Eletrônica SA, better known by its brand name Gradiente, already owned rights to the name. Marcelo Chimento, spokesman for Brazil’s National Institute of Industrial Property, or INPI, said Apple is contesting…