This blawg keeps tabs on the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, devours and analyzes draft reports on gene patents, and speculates on what the Obama administration will mean to patent law.
"Technology law and policy in Israel."
"Daily posting of interesting developments about new and pending Section 337 ITC investigations, litigation trends, statistics, practical insights into the Administrative Law Judges, and commentary on important ITC decisions."
"Provides a legal perspective on entertainment and current event topics."
Posts cover copyright law developments in Canada and around the world.
"Daily updates of BPAI [Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences] decisions (soon to be Patent Trial and Appeals Board decisions) organized by Art Unit including Reexaminations and Caselaw."
Wide-ranging blawg with a copyright and tech law focus.
The blog's title stands for Journal of Things We Like (Lots). In posts, law professors evaluate the latest and greatest legal scholarship in their respective disciplines.
"Short entries analyzing current cases, trends and issues in IP law."
"The JPTOS Blog is an extension of the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society.The purpose of the JPTOS Blog is to complement the Journal publications by providing short briefs of and comments regarding IP-related case law. We hope the site will be of use to IP Practitioners (and anyone else interested)."
This blawg has observations about the patent application process and information about the Patent and Trademark Office.
The KinsellaLaw Web Log covers intellectual property and international law topics.
Posts cover patent and trademark news.
"A fresh, high-quality, and timely examination of the world of European copyright law."
"Launched in 2008, Knockoff Report is...dedicated specifically to news and views in the world of anti-counterfeiting."
"An IP and Internet law blog for creative endeavors."
Blog focuses on advertising and marketing law, social media, and trademark/copyright issues. Posts cover issues such as "Ten Steps for Managing Employees in Social Media" and "Privacy Issues with the Media."
Covers a wide variety of trademark issues, especially in Las Vegas and the 9th Circuit.
"As the Internet dog wags its long tail, digital copyright is right there tugging at its lead. Copyright content of every description is shared, mashed, borrowed and adapted on the network. Digital citizens complain that copyright law is no longer fit for purpose in this new world. On the other hand, copyright owners complain about piracy and illegal file sharing. In this blog, we will disentangle the issues and look at what’s really going on in the wacky world of copyright."
Posts mostly cover Internet and intellectual property law. The name is Latin-derived for the "art of technology."
"A view of law and life in Silicon Valley, the global technology center." This blawg covers open source issues.
Posts feature the musings of a UK LLB and LLM law grad.
Will insurance pay for damage caused by supervillains? Are mutants covered by anti-discrimination laws? Could the ADA apply to superpowers? These questions and more are posed and answered.
This blawg covers news, legal or otherwise, with a focus on technology and privacy law.
"Thoughts on things," a wide-ranging blawg on various legal issues.