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FCC's Extreme Proposal Threatens the Livelihood of Creators • Mister Copyright

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mistercopyright.org - Cross-posted from the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (CPIP) blog. Earlier this year, the FCC proposed a new regulatory scheme ostensibly designed to improve the market for pay-T...

Webcasting

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wipo.int - On this page: Live webcast Next webcasts Videos on demand Current meeting Intergovernmental Committee on Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Folklore: Thirtieth S...

Trademark litigation down as research reveals most litigious companies (and the firms that represent them) - Blog - World Trademark Review

worldtrademarkreview.com - New data from Lex Machina has highlighted a fall in trademark litigation filings in the US, with case numbers in the first quarter of this year at a seven-year low. If this trend continues it will ...

How to Select Country of First Patent Filing, Get Foreign Filing License, and Comply with Export Controls - Beem on Patents

beemonpatents.com - Does your company have foreign competitors? Business is global, but each patent—a weapon for market advantage—is an armament of one nation. Treaties notwithstanding, the power of a patent usually s...

How New Balance Ran Into a Wall in China

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fortune.com - It was the kind of verdict that makes Western business leaders want to tear out their hair. The New England shoe company New Balance had been tied up in litigation for a year and a half in the sout...

INTA 2016: JPO reveals non-traditional trademarks boom

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worldipreview.com - The Japan Patent Office (JPO) has seen an influx of non-traditional trademarks being filed at the office, the International Trademark Association (INTA) has heard. Speaking during an open session t...

Copyright Violation can Lead to Deportation from the UAE | Lexology

lexology.com - The developments in the technology sector and the increased number of paid TV channels in the UAE have created a hotbed for illegal activities which may lead to intellectual property (“IP”) violati...

Kenya: Agency Turns to Techies in War Against Counterfeit Goods

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allafrica.com - The government has invited software and hardware developers to devise a handheld gadget that can detect famous brands' imitations currently on sale in Kenya. The Anti-counterfeit Agency (ACA), in a...

Dan Ballard

Patent and intellectual property attorney. Husband, Dad, Sunset Watcher. Using patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret law to get business done.

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