Intellectual Property Law

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Copyright Law

Paul McCartney suit seeks to regain copyright interest in early songs

Legal Technology

Does litigation database belong to law firm or clients? Suit against ex-partners raises the issue

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court appears skeptical of law barring registration of disparaging trademarks

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court to hear case that affects how quickly biosimilar drugs are marketed

U.S. Supreme Court

Chemerinsky: Free speech on the SCOTUS docket

Copyright Law

New York law does not give copyright protection to older recordings, state top court rules

Verdicts & Settlements

$2.5B verdict is largest patent infringement award in US history; will award be tripled?

Criminal Justice

Lawyers who pursued porn downloaders are indicted for alleged ‘extortionate tactics’

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS overturns Apple’s $399M award against Samsung for smartphone infringement

U.S. Supreme Court

Can company restrict reuse of its ink cartridges to bypass patent doctrine? SCOTUS to decide

Copyright Law

SiriusXM agrees to pay up to $99M in copyright class action brought by Turtles members

Legal Marketing

Law firm can run ads targeting specific nursing home, Georgia Supreme Court rules

Law Firms

These law firms get the most business from large companies in five areas of litigation

Intellectual Property

Dr. Seuss Enterprises sues over crowdfunded comic, ‘Oh, the Places You’ll Boldly Go!’

U.S. Supreme Court

ABA brief in disparaging trademarks case says denied registration doesn’t eliminate all protection

Law Schools

South Texas College of Law announces its latest new name

National Pulse

Lawsuits aim to put iconic folk songs back in the public domain

Law Schools

Law school agrees to second name change after losing injunction fight in trademark suit

Law Schools

Judge orders law school to stop using its new name

Patent Law

In ‘surprise’ ruling, full appeals court reinstates Apple’s $119.6M infringement award
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