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Bud Light Says Miller Lite ‘Corn Syrup’ Ads Are True
Bud Light is fighting back against a lawsuit filed by MillerCoors over commercials that say Miller Lite and Coors Light are made with corn syrup, [...]
Ex-Members Of Funk Band War Get Royalties Row Revived
A California appeals court has ruled a lower court should have given more weight to certain evidence when interpreting the terms of contracts between former members of [...]
Nespresso Beans Coffee Co. With Capsule Copying Suit
A coffee purveyor is profiting off of Nestle SA's Nespresso trademarked coffee capsules by selling what it calls "Nespresso compatible" capsules and leading customers to [...]
USPTO Patent Eligibility Rejections Fall Under New Guidance
Guidance that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued to patent examiners in early January on how to determine if patent applications contain ineligible subject [...]
Breaking Down 3 New Senate Bills Targeting Drug Prices
Three bills were introduced in the Senate last week that sponsors say aim to lower drug prices by speeding up approval of generic drugs, including [...]
Fed. Circ. Says Sharper Image Must Withdraw PTAB Petitions
The company that owns the Sharper Image brand will be forced to withdraw its challenges to three virtual reality patents at the Patent Trial and [...]
Hogan Lovells Picks Up Another Weil Partner In Silicon Valley
Hogan Lovells has picked up Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP's California complex corporate litigation head, a longtime Weil employee with particular experience in patents and trade [...]
Fed. Circ. Won’t Revive Alice-Axed Trading Tech Patents
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board rightfully found that three full Trading Technologies patents weren’t patent-eligible under the U.S. Supreme Court’s Alice test following a [...]
Lathrop Gage Nabs IP Pro From Sunstein Kann
Lathrop Gage has expanded its Boston presence by adding an intellectual property attorney from Sunstein Kann with expertise in biotechnology, life sciences and chemistry. [...]
The Big Picture: How #MeToo Is Changing The Legal Industry
As fallout from the #MeToo movement continues to reverberate throughout the legal industry, law firms are eagle-eyeing old attitudes and the judiciary is looking more [...]
Jury Trials Are In Decline For Good Reason
A recent Law360 article reported on federal judges bemoaning jury trials' nationwide decline, but these laments are unfounded as jury trials have been replaced by [...]
Hospice Aide Charged With Nursing Home Trade Secrets Theft
A former nurse's aide has been criminally charged in Pennsylvania state court with stealing trade secrets and patient records the day she was fired from [...]
The PTAB’s New, Narrow Avenue For Filing Late IPR
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board's decision in Proppant Express v. Oren provides one example of permissible self-joinder for inter partes review petitioners after the [...]
Reactions Roll in On Congress’s Proposed 101 Framework: ‘The Right Approach’ or ‘A Swing and a Miss’?
Yesterday, members of congress announced in a press release a proposed framework to fix patent eligibility law in the United States.Reactions to the framework were [...]
Cannabis Patent Survives Eligibility Challenge In Colo.
The first cannabis patent to be enforced in district court litigation survived an early test on Wednesday when a Colorado federal judge ruled that the [...]
Give Us Your Huddled Masses, But Not Your Copyright Law
Sweeping copyright changes finalized by the European Union this week are a stark departure from the way U.S. law has long governed the internet, but [...]
Cheekd Follow-Up: Pirri Responds, Cheek Implores Nadler to Help Curb U.S. Patent Abuses
Earlier this week we reported on Lori Cheek, an independent inventor who is defending herself for the second time against accusations brought by Alfred Pirri, [...]
Pa. Law Firm Stiffed IP Counsel On $70K In Fees, Suit Says
Pittsburgh-based Keevican Weiss stiffed an attorney on nearly $70,000 in attorney fees over the seven years he worked for the firm, according to a lawsuit [...]
EU Copyright Directive now faces implementation battle on several fronts
The European Council’s April 15 adoption of the EU Copyright Directive sets a two-year deadline to comply in motion, while some member states remain opposed [...]
EU Copyright Directive now faces implementation battle on several fronts
The European Council’s April 15 adoption of the EU Copyright Directive sets a two-year deadline to comply in motion, while some member states remain opposed [...]
EU Copyright Directive now faces implementation battle on several fronts
The European Council’s April 15 adoption of the EU Copyright Directive sets a two-year deadline to comply in motion, while some member states remain opposed [...]
EU Copyright Directive faces implementation battle on several fronts
The European Council’s April 15 adoption of the EU Copyright Directive sets a two-year implementation deadline, while some member states remain opposed to the update [...]
EU Copyright Directive faces implementation battle on several fronts
The European Council’s April 15 adoption of the EU Copyright Directive sets a two-year implementation deadline, while some member states remain opposed to the update [...]
EU Copyright Directive faces implementation battle on several fronts
The European Council’s April 15 adoption of the EU Copyright Directive sets a two-year implementation deadline, while some member states remain opposed to the update [...]
I Want to Be a YouTuber! What IP Legals Should I Know?

12th December 2018 Social Media and Marketing | LARA ALEXANDRA

The YouTuber The evolution of the video-sharing platform, YouTube, has...

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Drone Regulations in Australia

6th December 2018 Drone Law | SAM GILBERT

Drone Regulations in Australia  The primary body that regulates drone...

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6 Important Steps in Trade Marking a Brand Name

5th December 2018 Trade Marks | JACLYN-MAE FLORO

It is essential for every business to trade mark their...

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Mars Touchdown – WISH YOU WERE HERE!

30th November 2018 Space | LARA ALEXANDRA

First Mission to Mars in 6 Years It was an...

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How Do I Create a Successful Start Up?

29th November 2018 Startups | LARA ALEXANDRA

Starting Off Right   Like most processes – beginning a...

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How to Register Your Brand on Amazon Brand Registry

26th November 2018 E-Commerce | SAM GILBERT

What is Amazon Brand Registry? Amazon Brand Registry is a...

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How do I use Trade Mark Symbols?

23rd November 2018 Trade Marks | JACLYN-MAE FLORO

The owner of a trade mark is typically asserting trade...

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Is My Trade Mark Too Descriptive?

19th November 2018 Trade Marks | Lara Alexandra

Descriptive Trade Marks   The function of a trade mark...

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A ‘Good Faith’ Defence to Trade Mark Infringement

16th November 2018 Trade Marks | SAM GILBERT

There are several defences that can be useful in mounting...

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Australian Data Summit 2018

13th November 2018 Events | Jaclyn-Mae Floro

Facebook scandal. Cambridge Analytica scandal. Establishment of Europe’s General Data...

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Cracking the Trade Mark Game of Thrones Legal Protection Code

11th November 2018 Trade Marks | Lara Alexandra

Trade Mark Protection  What many don’t know about the world...

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What Is Trade Mark Infringement?

8th November 2018 Trade Marks | Sam Gilbert

What is a trade mark? A trade mark is a...

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