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An Evening With Baker & McKenzie

Behind Closed Doors

By Christianah Babajide

As a law student, I have attended a number of networking events hosted by leading commercial firms. 959 more words


Thoughts on CC, IP & Copyrights.

I have never really had any thoughts about copyrights and all the jazz because I’ve never created a blog, or create material that people could see whenever they please. 449 more words


When your ideas become theirs...

Regram, reblog, repost and retweet are just some of the available options to social media users who want to share a quote, story, photo or article they like that was originally posted by someone else without disregarding proper author attribution, if you may call it that. 872 more words

Random Thought

Hey! That’s my logo.

One area of law businesses fall foul of sooner or later, either as perpetrators or victims, is that of intellectual property rights. Intellectual property can be best defined as intangible personal property; a collection of commercial ideas and information that the law recognises as having a value and therefore, deserves protecting. 513 more words

Commercial Law

Copyright Guidelines

For all creative, curious, artistic, and social media participants the following information provides food for thought when sharing your intellectual property.

New Article in the Academy of Otolaryngology Bulletin: Developing Digital Health Technology

I had the pleasure of publishing an article this month with the AAO-HNS Medical Devices and Drugs Committee on developing digital health technology. The article outlines advice for entrepreneurs interested in creating digital health applications or technology. 84 more words

Healthcare Entrepreneurship

Swipe To Patent: Design Patents In The Age Of User Interfaces

Editor’s note: This is a Q&A between attorneys Beth Ferrill and Lauren Dreyer of Finnegan, and UX/UI designers Erik Dreyer of GoodShuffle and John Sanchez of Academy. 2,074 more words


Tana Daily Telegraph reblogged this on Tana Daily Telegraph and commented:

"...you should try to focus on patenting the underlying, fundamental elements of your UX/UI, and not focus on minor elements that you might change in the future..." - original author