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edX Online Course: Intellectual Property Law and Policy - Part 1: IP and Patent Laws

Can you really get a patent on a rectangular cell phone shape? Do artists and musicians need over a century of copyright protection for their works? 171 more words

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6 Reasons NOT to buy Fake Handbags - Sweeny Legal IP

6 Reasons Not to Buy Fake Designer Handbags

Designer handbags are very expensive, ranging from the hundreds to the ten-thousands depending on the designer, the style and the materials used. 804 more words

Tracy Sweeny

Want to learn more about IP Law?

If you are not already familiar with edX, then you should check them out.

Starting next week, they are offering the first part of a two part series on IP Law.  150 more words

Intellectual Property Law

Geana Van Dessel

Title: Lawyer

Company: Lee & Hayes

Location: Spokane, Wash.

Having practiced within the legal field for nearly 12 years, Geana Van Dessel continues as a lawyer at Lee & Hayes PLLC. 280 more words

Legal Services

“No one has become poor by giving”. Anne Frank’s Diary, in front of complex Copyright Law issues.

Seventy years after the end of World War II, many copyright issues arose regarding Anne Frank’s widely known book “The diary of a young girl”, which –accidentally- became available to the public domain on 1st January alongside Adolf’s Hitler autobiography the “Mein Kampf”. 712 more words

Symposium: Seventh Annual Trademark Scholarship Symposium

The International Trademark Association (“INTA”) is hosting the Seventh Annual Trademark Scholarship Symposium during the 138th INTA Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida on May 21-25, 2016. 64 more words

Conferences And Symposia

Conference: Secondary Pharmaceutical Patents

NYU Law‘s Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy presents “National Policies on Secondary Pharmaceutical Patents: Their Effectiveness and Implications for Innovation and Access to Medicines” on January 23, 2016.   61 more words

Conferences And Symposia