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Huawei sues Samsung in new patent fight

(Source: www.businessinsider.com)

Huawei said on Wednesday it has filed lawsuits against Samsung claiming infringement of smartphone patents, in the first such case by the Chinese firm against the world’s biggest mobile maker. 305 more words


Do You Know How to Protect Yourself from Copyright Violation?

5 methods for protecting yourself from plagiarism of your writing or photos are explained.

Two free sample copyrights are made available for editing.

Source: Do You Know How to Protect Yourself from Copyright Violation?


A Family of Marks

A family of marks may help stop the use of similar marks by other parties.

By creating a family of marks, a business may find it easier to claim and prove that the use of a similar mark by another party is infringing or that federal registration for such other mark should be denied based on likelihood of confusion. 147 more words

Likelihood Of Confusion


The value of a company’s patent portfolio can be increased significantly if the portfolio strategically uses continuing applications (i.e., continuation, divisional, and continuation-in-part applications) to extract valuable protection from disclosures having early priority dates.  1,213 more words


HBO Starting To Get Serious About Game Of Thrones Piracy

As you may have heard, a little cable show called Game of Thrones is back on TV, meaning it’s once again time for hordes of people to go online in search of free, pirated episodes. 307 more words

Monday smile - Can (Klingon) language be copyrighted?

If you have managed to miss the media frenzy, you might be interested in the case of Paramount v Axanar, in which several areas of infringement are discussed, but in particular the use of the Klingon language. 75 more words

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Howard Zaharoff & Faith Kasparian Quoted in Lawyer's Weekly

On April 28, 2016, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly newspaper published the article titled “Ex-‘View’ co-host Hasselbeck survives copyright suit by author”. This article explains how Susan Hasset, author of “Living with Celiac Disease”, took Elisabeth Hasselbeck, author of “The G Free Diet” and “Deliciously G Free”, to court accusing her of violating… 103 more words

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