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American Copyright law to get 21st century remix

In my previous post, I wrote about the European Union’s sweeping new Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, which is currently in draft stages.

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Intellectual Property

The enclosure of knowledge (2): Big Pharma

A major aim of so-called ‘free’ trade treaties is to enforce pharmaceutical patents and thus end access to cheap generic medicines. For many in low and medium income countries, this means ending access to medicines altogether. 629 more words

International Trade

WORLD OF LEGGINGS vs. LEGGINGS WORLD...are you confused?

The Plaintiff in this trademark lawsuit, California-based Muscle Flex, Inc., operates a hosiery website, worldofleggings.com, which boasts “5.5 million visitors, 27 million views, and millions of dollars in sales across the United States.” 236 more words

Intellectual Property

Donika Pentcheva, JD

Title: Registered Patent Attorney, Policy Monitor
Company: PayPal, Inc.
Location: Anoka, Minnesota, United States

Donika Pentcheva, JD, Registered Patent Attorney and Policy Monitor at PayPal, Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in patents and trademarks.

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Corporate Law

Injunction granted even when the Patent was under challenge

Pfizer Inc. filed a suit for permanent injunction restraining infringement of Indian patent no. IN209250 (which covers and claims the commercial product Sunitinib) and IN268331 (which covers the claims the commercial product Tigecycline) against Nagesh Palepu and others. 118 more words

Indiana power sport vehicle company sues Canadian competitor over infringing parts

The Plaintiff in this lawsuit, ASW, LLC, is a Columbia City, Indiana-based company that designs and sells power sport vehicles and related parts. ASW owns the registered trademarks AMERICAN SPORTWORKS and LANDMASTER. 140 more words

Intellectual Property

Runway Laws for the Faux Louboutins

French designer Christian Louboutin is almost on the verge of loosing the trademark to his distinct red soles. On the other hand Indian designers, called out for stricter Intellectual property laws for the Fashion Industry by copyrighting their whole collections.  1,734 more words

Fashion Law