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Patent trolls reel as court smackdowns lead to collapse in share price

Few people cheer an economic downturn but, when it comes to the patent troll economy, many in the tech industry are likely watching its recent struggles with glee. 458 more words

Importance of Intellectual Property Law to Innovation: The Mc Libel Case

In the world of business, the key factor for McDonald’s to stand out and compete against competitors that are in the same industry depends on their performance not only against to its rivals, but likewise to the community where the business is physically situated. 1,604 more words


Conference: Creativity Without Law

Case Western Reserve University School of Law’s Center for Law, Technology & the Arts will host Creativity Without Law on November 7, 2014 in Cleveland, Ohio. 72 more words

Conferences And Symposia

Trademark in India: Registering Procedures & Laws and Challenging Trademarks


The Indian law of trademarks is enshrined the new Trade Marks Act, 1999 came into force with effect from September 15, 2003. 2,979 more words


When Does Trade Secret Theft Become a Federal Crime?

Trade secret theft is generally addressed through civil lawsuits. However, in some cases, the misappropriation of trade secrets can rise to the level of a federal crime. 546 more words

Trade Secret Theft

Trademark Registration: USPTO Looks Into "Proof of Use"

According to intellectual property law, a trademark owner is required to regularly provide evidence of the “use of the mark” in connection with a bona fide offering for sale of goods or services. 697 more words

Intellectual Property

Sheldon Mak & Anderson Attorneys Join Leech Tishman

Sheldon Mak & Anderson, PC is pleased to announce that several of its attorneys have joined the firm of Leech Tishman effective Wednesday, July 16, 2014. 244 more words

Intellectual Property