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Intro to Methods of Monetizing

After spending significant resources to obtain a patent, what does one do?  There are three main avenues of monetizing a patent, which I will summarize below. 917 more words


Embedding a tweet could be copyright infringement, says new court ruling

(Source: www.theverge.com)

A New York district court has ruled that embedding a tweet on a webpage could violate copyright — a decision that could have a wide-ranging impact on social media and publishing. 662 more words


Law On Internet Memes

Internet users in India spend half their time on social media every day. It is one of the most efficient platforms for communication yet the most exploited one. 607 more words


The Medicines Company v. Hospira, Inc.

Docket No. 2014-1469, -1504

February 6, 2018

Brief summary: DC’s decision that distribution agreement was not an offer for sale reversed as the agreement “make[s] clear that and ICS entered into an agreement to sell and purchase the product”. 642 more words

Claim Construction

Copyright Infringement - A Complex Issue

We hear all the time in the news that “such-and-such” artist is being sued for copyright infringement. What exactly does this mean? In order to understand what copyright infringement is, we must first understand what copyright itself is. 324 more words


Core Wireless Licensing S.A.R.L. v. LG Electronics, Inc. et al.

Docket No. 2016-2684, 2017-1922

January 25, 2018

Brief summary: DC finding of eligibility under § 101 and it denial of JMOL for anticipation and infringement (based on alleged incorrect claim construction) affirmed. 520 more words

Claim Construction