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Could This Case Change the DMCA Safe Harbor Provisions?

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2017 has been shaping up to be an exciting year for copyright practioners. And with Capitol Records, LLC. v. Vimeo, LLC (“Vimeo”), practitioners could see […]

How to Adopt IoT-Friendly Strategies for Your Business or Clients

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As many know, the Internet of Things (“IoT”) is the next big step to interconnectivity. IoT refers to the connection of everyday devices to the […]

Managing Principal Kirby Drake Hosts the Advanced Intellectual Property Law Texas Bar CLE

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DALLAS – Klemchuk LLP, a leading intellectual property (IP), technology, and business law firm, announces its sponsorship of this year’s Texas Bar Continuing Legal Education […]

Oracle and Google Spar over Software Copyrights for Close to a Decade

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Oracle recently appealed a decision by federal court over whether Google’s use of the Java application programming interfaces (“APIs”) are fair use. From the onset […]

“We’re on to More Trademarks”

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As the National Football League and National Collegiate Athletic Association continue to dominate television ratings and markets, sports teams, high-profile athletes and coaches have begun […]

Associate Tiffany Johnson, NSBE DFW Celebrate the ‘Hidden Figures’ of Dallas

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DALLAS – Klemchuk LLP, a leading intellectual property (IP), technology, and business law firm, announces Tiffany Johnson, associate, will host the “Hidden Figures of Dallas” […]

ZeniMax sues Facebook for Copyright Infringement

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While many different intellectual property laws can be utilized to protect software and its code, most practitioners rely on copyright law because it is often […]

The Battle of the Kylie Trademarks

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On two different sides of the Atlantic reside two “Kylies” that have battled over legal rights to the sole use of the single word, “Kylie” […]

Is Simplifying Life More Important Than Consumer Security?

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Innovation in technology is continuously providing us with new smart and intuitive devices to help make our lives simpler. With numerous companies running to get […]

Can Handing Over a Driver’s License App Entitle Police to Search Your Phone?

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Iowa has become the first state to actively pursue the use of electronic drivers’ licenses on smartphones. Announced in 2015, Iowa’s Department of Transportation began […]

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