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How To Identify and Protect Your Organization’s Trademarks and Copyrights

By Lindsey N. Rothrock – Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff LLP:

Do we have rights in our website? How do we protect our brand? As an Intellectual Property attorney, it is always refreshing to hear these types of questions, as it gives me the opportunity to assist clients in identifying and protecting important assets that many times are overlooked. 558 more words

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Problems with Copyright Law in the Internet Age: Separability

Separability in copyright is a great illustration of how a sound policy decision becomes muddied by the rapid change that we have seen since the internet age. 1,461 more words


Indelible And Incredible, Ink Your Life!

A while back I think that I wrote a post about leaving your mark upon this earth? Well this is my own personal way of doing just that. 604 more words

It's Dangerous To Go Alone. Back to the Dungeon with You!

Creative Commons are essentially patents to a work that promote copyright but also the distribution of said work within reason of the creator’s allowance. However, I believe it’s a very contradictory idea to have copyrights when we all very much take to copying and pasting from other sources to create something we deem “new”. 419 more words

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Interested in Crowdfunding?

For those who are interested in IP and other legal issues surrounding crowdfunding, I will be speaking on a panel at the Washington Lawyers for the Arts… 65 more words

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The moment any work is written, that work is copyrighted. Once a document comes into existence it is copyrighted.

There are two writers, and Indie Writer A is suing Indie Author B. 342 more words


Disney and Deadmau5 Escalate Their U.S. IP Dispute

In April, I reported in The IPKat about how Disney and Canadian DJ Deadmau5 were in a U.S. trademark dispute over Deadmau5’s mouse head logo which Disney claims is confusingly similar to Mickey Mouse. 84 more words

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