Intellectual Property Law Blog

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Conversations With Innovators — Q&A with Kaiwei Tang of Light Phone

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The Conversations with Innovators blog discusses new innovations, big ideas, disruptive technologies, and the thought leaders, innovators, rebels, entrepreneurs, and trailblazers that make all of this possible. […]

Ticketmaster Sues Prestige Entertainment for Alleged Illegal Bot Use

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Ticketmaster Uses Federal Technology Laws in Suit Against Prestige
A U.S. district judge has given the go-ahead for a federal lawsuit between Prestige Entertainment and Ticketmaster, […]

Sensory Marks: Hasbro Trademarks Signature Play-Doh Scent

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While the U.S. Trademark Office has long allowed the trademarking of scents and smells as sensory marks, few companies apply to have scents trademarked because […]

23andMe Hits Ancestry.com with Multiple Intellectual Property Claims

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23andMe Attacks Ancestry.com’s Intellectual Property
23andMe has sued rival genealogy company, Ancestry.com LLC (“Ancestry”) in federal district court over claims of patent infringement, false advertising; and […]

What Do You Need to Know About the GDPR?

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Over the last few weeks you might have noticed an influx of new emails and paper mail notifying you about changes to the privacy policies […]

Patents In Blockchain Based Technology: JPMorgan Chase Files Patent to Cover Payment System

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Blockchain technology has become increasingly important today. For a comprehensive overview of blockchain technology and how cryptocurrency works, please refer to our February series that […]

France Seizes France.Com

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A Frenchman living in America is suing France over France’s recent seizure of the Internet domain that he previously owned: France.com. This dispute is distinctive […]

What Do People Need to Know About Zuckerberg’s Testimony Before Congress?

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Recently, we discussed Facebook’s latest scandal and its implications for the Browser Act.  Today, we build on that with discussion of Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before […]

Jack Daniel’s Sues Two Texas-Based Whiskey Distributors

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The Brown-Forman Corporation, which owns the Jack Daniel Distillery (“Jack Daniel’s”), has filed suit against two Texas-based whiskey distributors for various intellectual property infringement claims […]

New Intellectual Property Issues Emerge with the Advent of Virtual Reality

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With the rising popularity of virtual reality, new issues have begun to emerge in intellectual property law.  From patent disputes to rights of publicity issues, […]

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