Additionally, you will note that the billboard gives a call for Thoreau-like civil disobedience by suggesting that you “refuse to enroll” despite the financial penalties you would incur (H/T… 120 more words
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Spider-Man’s latest adventure is taking him through the strange and mysterious world of patent law.
The Supreme Court was snarled in a web of legal arguments Tuesday over whether an inventor could keep collecting royalties on a Spider-Man toy even after his patent expired. 460 more words
At 11:15am today, Marvel saw their day before the Supreme Court in Stephen Kimble v. Marvel Enterprises. The case involves toys and whether the petitioner is getting the correct royalties for the design concerning a Spider-Man webshooter toy. 74 more words