"Insights at the intersection of digital advertising, new media, e-commerce and the law."
"News and commentary on the law and legal topics in the alcoholic beverages industry."
"IP maven Ron Coleman on developments in trademark, copyright, new media and free speech."
Blog discusses trademark, copyright and advertising law, including verdicts and settlements; recent legislation, both national and international; and analysis of important cases.
Blog contains book reviews, news items and court cases about trademarks, from cocktails to wheatgrass to perfume.
"IP issues of importance in science, technology, health care, education, media and the arts."
Blog discusses issues dealing with trademarks, patents and copyrights, aimed towards a consumer of legal services.
Internet laws and the legal consequences of social media are covered by this blog, along with more general labor & employment and regulatory issues. There's a focus on Illinois, but federal laws are examined as well.
Posts describe industrial design patent and trade dress infringement, with many graphics depicting the patented objects and the designs in dispute. Examples include Apple's iPad and Samsung's Galaxy tablet; Crocs and Skechers clogs; Jeep Hurricanes; and Samuel Adams pint glasses.
This blog offers thorough discussions of how the Internet age affects both intellectual property and false advertising law, as well as analysis of recent related cases.
"A free-form discussion of issues peculiar to Retail Real Estate Law. This blog explores legal concepts underlying legal practice." Recent entries include "What’s in the Stated Rent and How Lenders See it," "'Gotcha' Rules in 1031 Exchanges" and "Pass-Through Caps."
"Commentary and news on developing legal issues in consumer marketing, advertising and promotional activities, including Federal Trade Commission and state attorney general developments, Lanham Act and consumer class-action litigation, California’s Proposition 65 matters, as well as regulatory developments for the wide array of products and claims, including dietary supplements, 'green' claims, advertising to kids, privacy, pricing, 'Made in U.S.A.' and sweepstakes."
Posts cover legal questions that arise with the use of social media.
"A resource for anyone interested in creating, sponsoring, or simply learning more about sweepstakes, contests, or other types of marketing promotions."
"Up-to-date information about the rapidly changing world of intellectual property law, with an eye toward helping businesses and individuals make the right decisions about their IP assets."
"Topics of interest to franchisors, franchisees, and suppliers."
Topics include corporate interests, the Federal Trade Commission, patent laws, the U.S. Supreme Court, and the Washington Legal Foundation's litigation and amicus briefs.
Posts cover trademark and copyright cases in the news or otherwise discovered by the blogger and often include images or video to illustrate perceived intellectual property violations.
A blawg for news and views on antitrust, consumer protection, franchising, advertising and civil RICO law.
"This blog is geared to many of the fundamentals of trademark practice as well as some of the more interesting and recent developments and nuances in the field of trademark law." Most of the posts are written for trademark applicants, with advice on the process.
"Wassom.com provides updates, analysis, and speculation on the laws that govern use of social media and emerging technologies such as augmented reality." One of the sections of the blog is Augmented Legality, which discusses augmented reality law.
"The blog features commentary and insights on a variety of timely advertising law topics facing in-house counsel, advertising, branding and marketing professionals, content creators, social media directors, scientists and statisticians, including legislative and regulatory updates, social media and technology developments, FTC, FDA and state governmental investigations and cases."
"Wired Legal Blog is an intellectual property law blog that focuses on the convergence of creativity and law. This also includes brand protection, technology whether new, old or organic as well as arts and antiquities."