Discusses entertainment law with a strong focus on intellectual property cases.
“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.”
Posts feature insight and analysis about domain name disputes, online brand protection issues and other Internet legal issues.
Blog posts summarize federal and state court decisions related to social media, blogging and copyright. The author also discusses newly emerging technology issues, cybersecurity and how content licensing is affected by Internet laws.
Jotwell—which stands for Journal of Things We Like (Lots)—features relatively brief law prof-authored reviews of recent scholarly articles in plain English.
A resource for gamers and IP enthusiasts interested in the current case law and legal issues surrounding the video game industry. The blog also contains news about recent patent filings from gaming companies, giving readers a peek at what might be coming on the market in the future.
Posts cover “the not-as-boring” trademark battles related to television, comic books, video games and sports brands.
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.
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.
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.