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"Building and maintaining a strong global patent portfolio requires an understanding of the latest legal developments affecting your industry. PharmaPatents is an online resource for up-to-date information to help you get the most out of your patent budget and meet the challenges of maximizing the value of your intellectual property in the chemical, biotech, and pharmaceutical fields."
Philip Brooks' Patent Infringement Updates covers patent litigation and related news.
"In patent law, PHOSITA is a mythical person of ordinary skill in the art. Why is PHOSITA important? In order to be patentable, an invention must not be obvious to PHOSITA. This blawg (legal blog) aims to provide intellectual property information, news and advice that is of interest to the PHOSITA in all of us."
A copyright blog dealing with rights issues related to photographs and relevant to photographers.
"An intellectual property and technology law blog."
Intellectual property and entertainment law.
"News at the intersection of technology, politics, and law, ranging from intellectual property to censorship to tech policy."
News and analysis on issue that have an impact on privacy and privacy law.
The blog focuses on issues involving the ownership of intellectual property such as disputed ownership, creation of rights, and licensing.
Intellectual property issues as they relate to art and music, legal news of all kinds, and takes on popular music.
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.
Posts cover "trademark, copyright and associated issues—including the emerging law governing the use and protection of intellectual property on the Internet. ... This blog will review laws as they evolve and reflect on how these changes transform the practice—both for our clients and for businesses around the world."
Covers issues surrounding false advertising, copyright and commercial speech as well as matters involving students and legal scholarship.
"About the RIAA's attempt to monopolize digital music by redefining copyright law, through the commencement of tens of thousands of extortionate lawsuits against ordinary working people."
"Thoughts on trademark registration practice in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office."
Posts discuss LPOs, outsourcing, risk management, legal technology and advice for in-house lawyers.
"This blog covers developments in intellectual property litigation, with a particular focus on IP litigation in the Eastern District of Virginia's Rocket Docket."
"Ryan Alley Intellectual Property Law Blog follows recent developments in US and global Intellectual Property Law and offers practitioners feedback and a forum to discuss practice in light of these developments." Blog offers prosecution lessons and claim-drafting lessons as well.
"A blog about patent, copyright and trademark law in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York."
Posts focus on helping to make software law understandable.
"About ideas and people—the blog focuses on innovation, entrepreneurship and intellectual property."
"Trademark law developments from Seattle and beyond."
"Analyzes current developments in copyright law. Topics of discussion include case law, legislation, pleadings, discovery, motion practice, pretrial and trial procedure, and copyright office practice."
Posts cover actions of the Iowa Supreme Court, Iowa appellate courts, Iowa legislature and the St. Louis based 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals as well as intellectual property law topics.
"The mission of this blog will be to explore legal issues related to the drafting, negotiation, validity, and enforcement of a variety of different types of intellectual property licenses. This blog will also look at some closely related issues such as the commercialization of intellectual property, the development of intellectual property portfolios, relevant legislation, and litigation in the news related to IP licensing matters."