Blog discusses how entertainment law and intellectual property law affects musicians and filmmakers. Posts include information on trademarking a band's name, creating riders and registering domain names.
Describes the process of patent reexamination, provides tips and talks about patent law cases in the news.
From their office in a meat packing plant turned creative community, the authors of The Root craft articles on the importance of trademarks and the power of branding. When you visit The Root, you can expect lots of content related to those topics. Unfortunately, you can also expect lots of memes, lame jokes, bad puns, and shoutouts to Nashville. The goal of The Root is to help you learn a few things about trademarks in the least painful way possible.
The Trade Secrets Blog is dedicated to informing the public about trade secrets law and will be providing pertinent information relating to trade secrets law, tracking development of trade secrets law and litigation, and offering practical advice to business owners on how to best protect their trade secrets.
"The intent of this blog is to raise consciousness as to the range, extent, predominance and role trade secrets play in day-to-day business and legal environments. The sources of the blogs vary from new on the Web, proprietary sources on the hidden web, jury verdicts, court opinions, reports by government and nongovernmental organizations around the globe as well as fun stuff such as trivia questions about products that are the subject of trade secrets."
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.
Posts feature developments in trademark and intellectual property law.
Commentary on decisions and developments at and relating to the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.
The blog is aimed at art professionals interested in learning about employment contracts and their other legal rights; copyright news is also covered.
Focuses on the intersection of law and the entertainment and media industries. Posts cover trademark and pirating battles in Hollywood.
Posts cover filings and outcomes lawsuits related to patent, copyright and trademark law.
A blawg for news and views on antitrust, consumer protection, franchising, advertising and civil RICO law.
Here you can find some straight-up yet colorful coverage of copyright and trademark rulings, but the authors from Foley Hoag often add the nice touch of noting similar older cases for context.
"Discusses trademark and other intellectual property law news, legislation and opinions in Florida."
"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.
"Features articles on trademarks, copyrights and licensing across several industries, including, entertainment, publishing, multimedia, apparel, sporting goods, toys and restaurants."
The aim of this Stites & Harbison blog is to illustrate how other brands chose their trademarks and have subsequently protected them. Bloggers here give the trademark enforcement backstories behind well-known advertising campaigns—or sometimes just note a brand's new look or slogan and share their blunt thoughts.
"Trademarkwise Blog posts news and information about U.S. and international trademark, copyright, and intellectual property issues."
"The blog focuses on privacy, security, data protection, technology, and financial services issues affecting corporations and governments. It also touches on issues related to U.S. Department of Commerce safe harbor, European data protection, some local Ohio issues, as well as updates on the law firm."
"Comments on all aspects of U.S. intellectual property law and policy, general IP, business IP, and entertainment IP, plus comments of interest!"
"UnIntellectual Property (or UnIP, a term coined by the publisher of this blog and used throughout it) is the opposite of intellectual property. Whereas intellectual property typically affords the owner exclusive rights, unintellectual property affords no one owner exclusive rights. This blog, UnIntellectualProperty.com, highlights instances where an owner attempted to claim exclusive intellectual property rights in a trademark, copyright, or trade secret (and to a lesser extent patent) only to have a court of law, or other authority, declare no intellectual property rights exists."
"How trademark, copyright, privacy and politics shape the Web."
Current issues in video game law.
"Litigation-related news and commentary relevant to Virginia business owners. Topics include intellectual property, employment law, contracts, and many others."
"Waterfront Solicitors specialise in intellectual technology providing top IP solicitors and lawyers to business in London."