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Social Media Trademark Protections

One social media issue that continues to rise in popularity is what if anything a client can do when a third party reserves a social media username that is the same or close to the client’s registered trademark.  365 more words

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Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Anr. Vs. Harinder Kohli and Ors.

Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Anr. Vs. Harinder Kohli and Ors.

155 (2008) DLT 56

Plaintiffs were registered proprietors for the word mark “HARRY POTTER”. Plaintiffs claimed that the movie “HARI PUTTAR” is an infringing variant of the trademark “HARRY POTTER”. 289 more words

Intellectual Property Rights

Why I Watermark, and When "Being Found" is Bad

 

Watermarking is like locking the door on your house when you go out.  While nothing is 100% prevention, a lock deters most, which is a huge benefit. 1,544 more words

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Media Mogul Oprah Winfrey Battles In Court Over Her Secret Diaries – Find Out What She Could Be Hiding!

Oprah Winfrey has sent her lawyers back to court to protect the secret diaries she does not want anyone to see.

In 2011, Winfrey was slapped with a… 336 more words

Celebrity Justice

Remix—The Time for Change Has Arrived

In his article “Remix: How Creativity is Being Strangled by the Law”, Lawrence Lessig opens the reader’s eyes to the ever-growing problems of copyright infringement and piracy that are occurring in the 21st century. 383 more words

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Shell Brands International AG and Anr. Vs. Gagan Chanana and Ors.

Shell Brands International AG and Anr. Vs. Gagan Chanana and Ors.

2010 (44) PTC 193 (Del)

Plaintiffs claimed to be owners of the ‘SHELL’ brand and several trademarks for petroleum based products. 278 more words

Intellectual Property Rights