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Some of my best (online-who-I-never-met-but-believe-me-they-have-your-back) friends among legal bloggers don’t believe in legal blogging at all. Blogging Above the Law Inside Straight Mark Herrmann Scott Greenfield

Blog Juice?

Likelihood of Confusion

Joy McCann, blogging on Dean’s World, comments on a Slate article suggesting that bloggers are the Euro-American version of rappers. Republished by Blog Post Promoter. The post Blog Juice?

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A blog just for knockoffs

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If trademark infringement is of any interest to you, you have to bookmark Counterfeit Chic, which describes itself as a blog “about the culture of the copy within the multi-billion. The post A blog just for knockoffs appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™.

Found blogs

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Bunches of new soft IP blogs have sprung up. I’ve been adding them to the Blogroll (for civilian blogs) or the Professional Courtesy roll (for wax-stained wretches) as soon as. The post Found blogs appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. Blogging Blogophilia

Blog Juice?

Likelihood of Confusion

Joy McCann, blogging on Dean’s World, comments on a Slate article suggesting that bloggers are the Euro-American version of rappers. The post Blog Juice? Blogging

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The IPKat

We say goodbye to 2021 with the most interesting posts and articles from the surrounding IP blogs of the past week! around the IP Blogs copyright Giorgio Luceri patents trade marks

Around the IP Blogs

The IPKat

Come with this Kat for a stroll around this week’s posts from IP blogs. This is the question Miquel Peguera raises on Kluwer Copyright Blog, alongside his analysis of the topic. Alexandre Miura around the IP Blogs copyright patents trade mark

The Gray Blog

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The Gray Blog is dedicated solely to the topic of gray market or “parallel market” goods, a subject near and dear to my heart. The post The Gray Blog appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. Distribution systems Grey goods Jorge Espinosa Parallel imports The Gray Blog

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The IPKat

Let’s see what happened in the IP blogosphere during the first week of 2022:- Copyright The Kluwer Copyright Blog wrote about the EU concept of work in relation to football matches (see here ) and the possible sources of originality in the filming and broadcasting of the match (see here ).

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The IPKat

Perfect timing to take a look at what the surrounding blogs have posted over the past few days! " The Kluwer Trademark Blog provides a summary of the background and outcome of the above decisions. around the IP Blogs copyright Giorgio Luceri patents trade marks

Steve Baird makes trademark blogging SNAP, crackle and pop

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There’s blogging about Minnesota, bad Minnesota IP blogging, and then there’s great Minnesota IP blogging. Steve Baird’s Duets Blog is based in Minneapolis, is the last of these, but its influence. Blogging Snapchat Social Networking Steve Baird

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The IPKat

Take shelter in this post and check what was published last week around the IP blogs. The Patent Lawyer Magazine blog commented on this milestone as it points out a surge in innovation. Alexandre Miura around the IP Blogs copyright patents trade marks

Around the IP Blogs

The IPKat

Although a bleak winter week, the IPKat is here to warm you up with tales of interesting posts from the IP blogs. The summary was published via the Kluwer Copyright Blog. The figures provide interesting data and the Kluwer Copyright Blog provides its commentary.

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The IPKat

The coverage of blog news over the past few days is as follows: Copyright The Kluwer Copyright Blog posted an article discussing the threshold of originality and wonders if seasonal creations would eventually meet the threshold to ensure copyright protection for these creations.

Can Intellectual Property Rights Safeguard Your Blog?

Kashishipr

A blog is like any other creative work of literature manifested in a different form. Due to creative and original use of expressions, blogs are deemed to be counted as private property for which Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) can be sought. Copyright and Blogs.

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The IPKat

The blog questioned the judge’s decision to rely solely on a phonetic comparison of signs, and to apply an Australian precedent directly to an Indian judicial proceeding. The Afro-IP blog informed on a trade mark infringement case, which was decided by the High Court of South Africa.

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The IPKat

While this Kat is already saving space in his stomach for a chocolate feast next Sunday, check the latest news from around the IP blogs. Alexandre Miura around the IP Blogs copyright EU copyright patent trade mark Unified Patent Court

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The IPKat

Take this opportunity not only to renew your energies but also to check what has been going on around the IP blogs. The European Patent Office published its 2022 Guidelines for Examination and the Kluwer Patent Blog prepared a post with the 4 main changes in the new version of the guidelines.

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The IPKat

A good time for The IPKat to report on some of the posts compiled this week on the surrounding IP blogs. COPYRIGHT As reported by the Kluwer Copyright Blog , the Estonian Supreme Court recently ruled on the principle of communication to the public of phonograms by a (non-profit) dance school.

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The IPKat

Others On the Kluwer Copyright Blog, Jeremy Blum and Jake Palmer provided a useful summary of the UK current regime on exhaustion of IP rights and three alternative regimes in view of the consultation recently conducted by the UK government.

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The IPKat

The IP blogs were very active during the last week of April! The Kluwer Trademark Blog reported on the proposed independent EU regime for CIPs and other findings in a related article. That's why the IPKat is here to collect some of the most notable posts for you!

Best Law Blog – The 2007 Weblog Awards

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There are all these people doing blogs about law, it seems. Nominate, vote, electioneer for “Best Law Blog – The 2007 Weblog Awards here.” The post Best Law Blog – The 2007 Weblog Awards appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™.

“Constitution in Exile” – Visiting with the law prof blogs

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The post “Constitution in Exile” – Visiting with the law prof blogs appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. I picked up a link on this topic from today’s Instapundit and have now gotten a little into this constitutional law tussle on Gene Volokh’s website.

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The IPKat

It has been the coldest days of the year where this Kat is based - perfect weather for looking into what other IP Blogs have been into recently:- Copyright The Kluwer Copyright Blog addressed the issue of moral rights in relation to artificial intelligence and copyright protection.

New Jersey Law Journal – Hands Off Blogs

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Op-ed Hands Off Blogs Mandatory disclosure of payment to bloggers runs counter to free expression By Ronald D. The post New Jersey Law Journal – Hands Off Blogs appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. Blogging Free Expression Daily Kos Disclosure FTC Instapundit OverreachingI wrote this in the New Jersey Law Journal last week. Coleman.

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The IPKat

Join me for a walk around the blogs. Kluwer Patent Blog reported on the changes. Kluwer Trademark Blog reported on the application. Kluwer Trademark Blog reported on the decision. The IPKat around the blogs copyright industrial designs Magdaleen Jooste patents trade mark

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The IPKat

While we are changing from the "All I want for Christmas is you" to the "Happy New Year" playlist, check what has been going on around the IP blogs before 2021 is over. Alexandre Miura around the IP Blogs copyright NFT patents PPH reputation trade marks Unified Patent Court

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The IPKat

It's time for a weekly review of posts from the surrounding IP blogs over the past week! The Kluwer Copyright Blog, therefore, explains potential challenges that may arise. The Kluwer Copyright Blog provides an overview of the structure of this national law.

Call for Blog Posts: NLSIU’s Indian Journal of International Economic Law Blog [Submission on rolling basis]

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We are pleased to announce that NLSIU’s Indian Journal of International Economic Law (“IJIEL”)’ Blog is inviting blog posts on a rolling basis. For further details, please read the call for blog posts below: IJIEL Blog: Call for Submissions on a Rolling Basis. The IJIEL Blog was envisaged as a supplement to the mandate and objectives of its namesake Journal and serves as a more convenient forum for the facilitation of dialogue on international economic law.

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The IPKat

While looking for a suitable present for your fellow co-workers or distant relatives, take a moment to check what happened on the other IP blogs last week. Alexandre Miura around the IP Blogs copyright Fashion patent trade mark

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The IPKat

The leaves are falling, the colours are changing, and we bring our latest catches from the blogs to you! Jan Bernd Nordemann, via the Kluwer Copyright Blog , offers an interesting annual review of the copyright case-law of the German Bundesgerichtshof.

Seyfarth’s Trading Secrets Blog #1 in FeedSpot’s Top 10 Trade Secrets Blogs

Trading Secrets

We are pleased to announce that our Trading Secrets blog was included as the top blog in FeedSpot’s Top 10 Trade Secrets Blogs.

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The IPKat

The IP blogs have been active over the past week bursting with a wide range of different topics. More questions and answers on this interesting topic have been discussed in detail by the Kluwer Copyright Blog here.

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The IPKat

Kluwer Trademark Blog recently considered the EU trade mark application for “Andorra” for classes 16, 34, 36, 41 and 44 filed by the Government of Andorra. Kluwer Patent Blog provided a helpful summary.

A Theory of Trademarks in the Blog Era

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The post A Theory of Trademarks in the Blog Era appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. Blogging(Edited to reflect the march of time.) On April 5th, as you were previously warned, I presented in New York City as part of a seminar on Advanced Trademark Issues.

7 trademark tips for blog owners

Erik K Pelton

Trademark Tips for Blog Owners. For example, one of my favorite blog titles is a cheese blog called It’s Not You, It’s Brie®. Before committing to a name, blog authors should search the internet and the trademark database at USPTO.gov to make sure it is unique in your industry.

The Briefing by the IP Law Blog: Hermès Tries to Bag Digital Designer Selling MetaBirkin NFTs

The IP Law Blog

Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss the case on this episode of The Briefing by the IP Law Blog. Hermès is suing an artist for trademark infringement over his series of digital artworks called MetaBirkins.

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The IPKat

This Kat is just hanging out While the summer winds down, why not while away the hours with news and views from around the IP blogs? The IPKat AI around the blogs copyright Germany NFTs patents Sophie Corke

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The IPKat

This Kat is taking a moment to smell the flowers Sumer is icumen in, and so has this latest roundup of what's new around the IP blogs. See coverage on FOSS Patents , JUVE Patent , Legal Patent , and the Kluwer Patent Blog - and, of course, the IPKat - for more.

Around the IP Blogs

The IPKat

This Kat is just back from a jaunt around the IP blogs While the summer pause is in full swing, the IP blogosphere continues to provide its insights. The IPKat around the blogs copyright patents Sophie Corke trade marks