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Conference: 2016 Corporate Intellectual Property Strategy Conference

The High Tech Law Institute at Santa Clara Law and Unified Patents, Inc. will host the 2016 Corporate Intellectual Property Strategy Conference in Santa Clara, CA on… 16 more words

Conferences And Symposia

Call for Papers: 2017 Works-in-Progress Intellectual Property Colloquium

Boston University School of Law hosts the 2017 Works-in-Progress Intellectual Property (WIPIP) Colloquium from February 10-11, 2017.  The deadline for submitting abstracts is November 11, 2016… 15 more words

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Call for Papers: Intermediary Liability as a Human Rights Issue

The Journal of Intellectual Property, Information Technology and Electronic Commerce Law invites submissions for an upcoming symposium on the topic of Intermediary Liability as a Human Rights Issue… 26 more words

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Intellectual Property Law

Mr. Sewell continuously distinguishes himself as a top litigation attorney. He has twice been selected by New York Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star” and is a honoree of The National Black Lawyers – Top 100. 373 more words

Business And Corporate Law

Is trading Twitter profiles a violation of Alabama Right of Publicity Act?

By Marie-Andrée Weiss

On 24 August 2016, Jason Parker and other Twitter users residing in Alabama filed a putative class action suit against Twitter and Hey Inc., the maker of the Stolen app, which allows players to use Twitter profiles, including those of the plaintiffs, to create profile cards to be traded online. 1,028 more words


Copyright Still Takes A Human Touch

This week I was pleased to present another Intellectual Property Workshop for SCORE.  My presentation usually covers Copyright and Trademarks.  This evening, we discussed the “Monkey Selfie Case.” Briefly, a British wild-life photographer, David Slater, was attempting to photograph a macaque on the Indonesian Isle of Sulawesi.   147 more words

Patent Troll Paying the Toll

In an exemplary ruling, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York has ordered the so-called patent troll, Lumen View Technology, LLC (“Lumen”), to pay opposing party FindTheBest.com’s legal fees and other expenses under the fee-shifting provision of 35 U.S.C. 349 more words

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