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Practical Implications Of The Supreme Court's Decision Requiring Final Copyright Office Action Prior To Infringement Lawsuits
In Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp. v., the U.S. Supreme Court recently clarified the rules for the prerequisites to filing copyright infringement lawsuits, which also raises questions about the practical impact ...
United States
25 Jun 2019
Universities And Sports Betting: Intellectual Property And Licensing Issues
Colleges and universities have increasingly invested in intellectual property licensing to protect their images and brands.
United States
30 May 2019
Kastner, Yeung, Chou, And Lewis Publish "Crucial Tips For Using IP Watching And Enforcement To Protect Your Business"
"Crucial Tips for Using IP Watching and Enforcement to Protect Your Business" is featured in the 2018 Intellectual Property Supplement of The Legal Intelligencer, as authored by W. Drew Kastner...
United States
6 Apr 2018
Impact Of Brexit On Intellectual Property
The European Patent is not derived from the EU regime, and the treatment of European Patents in the UK will not be affected.
European Union
1 Jul 2016
Supreme Court Invalidates Aereo’s Streaming Service, Finding Existing Copyright Law Applies To The New Technology Of Internet Retransmission Of Television Signals
The recent rapid development of the Internet has raised questions about whether existing copyright laws adequately protect the rights of content creators.
United States
1 Jul 2014
Opening The Library Doors To The World: Second Circuit Finds Universities’ Book Scanning Project Constitutes "Fair Use" Of Copyrighted Materials
The facts from which this litigation arose are familiar to many in higher education, and reflect the challenges and opportunities of the digital age.
United States
30 Jun 2014
3D Printing: Protecting Intellectual Property Rights
3D printing technology has advanced to become more efficient, more accessible, more affordable, and consequently more popular at the consumer level and with some commercial enterprises.
United States
5 Nov 2013
Ownership of Ideas in the Virtual World
In "The Social Network", the award winning movie about the origin of the Internet phenomenon Facebook, screenwriter Aaron Sorkin poses the interesting question (through his somewhat fictionalized depiction of Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg): "Does a guy who makes a really good chair owe money to anyone who ever made a chair?"
United States
28 Jan 2011
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