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Practice of Patent Asserting Entities: Boon or Bane: Global Innovations


Patent troll relates to a person or company that enforces its patents against one or more alleged infringers in an opportunistic and unduly aggressive manner, often with no intention to manufacture or market the patented invention. 875 more words

Patent Litigation

Google Improves Search-Algorithm to Battle Piracy

LOS ANGELES – Google has been blasted by Hollywood and other content owners for not doing enough to purge links to pirated material from its dominant Internet search engine. 372 more words


Webinar: Video, Music and Text, Oh My... Managing Copyright Compliance in a Multimedia World

When: October 16, 2014

Time: 2:00 – 3:00 PM (EST)

Gretchen Klebasko, Director of Intellectual Property and Associate General Counsel of Legg Mason, will provide tips on identifying compliance trouble spots related to text, image, video and social media uses and actions you can take to minimize infringement risk. 8 more words


Pratibha M. Singh v. Singh and Associates

Pratibha M. Singh v. Singh and Associates


Date of Decision: 14th October, 2014

CS(OS) No. 1173 of 2012… 434 more words

Intellectual Property Rights

Walla Sued for Not Acknowledging Photographer of Iconic Image of Peretz

Ephraim Shrir was the photographer who captured then Defense Minister Cluseau Amir Peretz watching a military exercise in the Golan through a pair of military binoculars with the dust caps on. 1,837 more words


Infringing Tropes, Part 3: An Eyewitness

Since my last post, I have come across a page written by someone who was an eyewitness to the events: The Edge of the Creative Commons… 52 more words

Intellectual Property

I'm back!

It has been awhile since I have been able to really focus some of my attention on my blogging.  I graduated law school and took the summer to take the Florida Bar exam.   121 more words