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Cold Copyright

Here’s an interesting thought: if someone patented (or copyrighted, or what have you) the cold virus, could they sue people for propagating their intellectual property without permission? 34 more words


Diaz vs People (G.R. No. 180677 February 18, 2013)

Diaz vs People of the Philippines
G.R. No. 180677 February 18, 2013

Facts: Levi Strauss Philippines, Inc. (Levi’s Philippines) is a licensee of Levi’s. After receiving information that Diaz was selling counterfeit LEVI’S 501 jeans in his tailoring shops in Almanza and Talon, Las Piñas City, Levi’s Philippines hired a private investigation group to verify the information. 1,101 more words

Case Digests

Raymond Area Rotary Club Sparks Colorful Exchange

By Catherine S. Yao

The Raymond Area Rotary Club’s 4th annual Thunder Run is a 5K obstacle race to be held in Epping, NH, on May 20 this year.  276 more words


No Copyright Infringement Intended

We’ve all seen it. A video on YouTube, a famous song that someone has put to clips from their favorite TV series. And hidden in the video description, those wonderfully naive words: “No copyright infringement intended”. 1,204 more words


Braintree Laboratories, Inc. v. Breckenridge Pharmaceutical, Inc.

Docket No. 2016-1731

May 5, 2017


Brief Summary: DC claim construction (e.g., previous Novel decision “foreclosed the construction of ‘from about 100 ml to about 500 ml’”) and infringement decisions reversed (e.g., claimed effects of claim “plainly within the scope of proposed indication”). 577 more words

Claim Construction

Trademark Infringement: When Imitation Crosses The Line

When does an innocuous imitation violate the intellectual property law? Can you still be criminally liable if the details are not completely identical to the original work? 6 more words

Company Chief Executives Now More Aware of Trade Marks Value for Businesses

There are over 55 million active worldwide trade marks with 6 million trade mark applications filed in 2015.  The volume of trade marks applications continues to rise with an average annual growth rate of 7% over the last two years.  172 more words

Trade Marks