“Our posts offer discussion on the practical aspects of cannabis law and how it impacts those involved in this growing industry. We provide insight into how canna businesspeople can use the law to their advantage; in plain language we tell you what works and what does not. We aim to help you strategize how to wield the law as both a shield and a sword.”
"Meant to keep the public informed and knowledgeable about all things fashionably law and legally fashionable."
Posts focus "on issues related to economic damages, lost profits, IP damages, forensic accounting,and other issues relevant to expert witnesses."
Chicago IP Litigation Blog tracks intellectual property cases in the Northern District of Illinois.
"Chinese law, business, and society blog, which contains analysis and commentary on practicing law and doing business with Chinese clients."
Commentary and analysis of law and business in China.
"The blog aims to provide access to information, news and events related to IP development in China."
"Provides readers with updates in both English and Chinese on recent legal developments that concern business leaders, corporate counsel, and China watchers alike."
News and analysis related to media law and online journalism. Also covers the actions of Harvard's Citizen Media Law project, which provides "legal assistance, education, and resources for individuals and organizations involved in online and citizen media. We also provide research on free speech, newsgathering, intellectual property, and other legal issues related to online speech."
"The aim of Clancco.com is to explore, investigate, and examine the relationship between art and law. With an educational background in art, art theory, and law, Clancco’s expertise lies in the discourses of intellectual property, nonprofit tax-exempt organizations, free speech and contemporary art. Through articles, interviews, lectures and symposiums, we aim to disseminate this information to art and legal professionals as well as to students from educational institutions at all levels."
"A blog devoted to the comparative law and economics of patent remedies."
Posts cover—and clarify—new copyright and intellectual property legislation and point out books and blog posts that address the past, present and future of copyright law.
"News and discussion focusing on copyright law, scholarship, communication and higher education issues."
"Select art law and litigation issues."
"Copyright news, musings and opinion."
In the blawg's own words, it discusses "the nexus of legal rulings, Capitol Hill policy-making, technical standards development, and technological innovation that creates -- and will recreate -- the networked world as we know it. Among the topics we'll touch on: intellectual property conflicts, technical architecture and innovation, the evolution of copyright, private vs. public interests in Net policy-making, lobbying and the law, and more."
Counterfeit Chic covers intellectual property law as it intersects with the world of fashion. It covers not only legal and political developments, but also "why both technological efforts and the social norms of the fashion industry continue to be more effective than law in supporting creativity."
"Stay updated on restaurant and beverage law, licensing regulations, intellectual property rights, and other things Courtney values as a law student living in Boston."
"Items of news and comment concerning any aspect of commercial law that interests us."
Copyright, trademark and entertainment law news. You can also find here the Entertainment Law Update Podcast, which blogger Tamera Bennett co-hosts with Gordon P. Firemark, who authors Theatre and Entertainment Law.
Posts discuss various trademark law matters, particularly trademark disputes and litigation and trademark protection/registrations.
Nolo's intellectual property editor and author Rich Stim uses a question-and-answer format to address issues involving copyright, trademark and patent law.
"Chock full of information about current patent, trademark, and copyright issues, plus we discuss court procedure in IP cases. We also cover e-discovery trends, social media’s impact on litigation, software issues, celebrity branding, and famous trademarks. We explain what these cases mean, in plain English, and why we think they’re important—both legally and practically."
Posts include news about the actions of the activities of the Electronic Frontier Foundation; legislation in the United States and abroad related to the rights of Internet users and developers; and trademark and cybersquatting disputes in the news.
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