Found blogs

Likelihood of Confusion

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 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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This Kat is having a haunted October This post promises to take readers around the IP blogs in eight posts. The Kluwer Copyright Blog thought it over.

New Jersey Law Journal – Hands Off Blogs

Likelihood of Confusion

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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This Kat is waiting watchfully What weekend could fail to be brightened by a jaunt around the IP blogs? The IPKat around the blogs ATB China india patents Sophie Corke traditional knowledge US

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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

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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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

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Copyright The CREATe blog continued with posts from their 21 for 2021 project. In this series, the blog's authors offer answers to 21 topical copyright questions for the 21st century.

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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.

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Trade marks The Fashion Law Blog published a follow-up concerning the Puma vs Nike battle over Nike’s trade mark application for ‘footware’. Kluwer Trademark Blog commented on the judgment in case T-368/20, concerning the registration of a work mark ‘MILEY CYRUS’ as EUTM.

The Legal Implications of Datacenter Location (Guest Blog Post)

Technology & Marketing Law Blog

The post The Legal Implications of Datacenter Location (Guest Blog Post) appeared first on Technology & Marketing Law Blog. by guest blogger Marketa Trimble.

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Kluwer Trademark Blog reported here on this ruling. Other Class 46 blog shared information on a new initiative by the Chinese government. Foss Blog pondered privacy concerns when using Apple apps.

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.

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This Kat is having a lazy Sunday As the mercury rises in the northern hemisphere, let's take a look at what's hot off the press around the IP blogs. The IPKat AI around the blogs Brazil copyright copyright term Germany music copyright patents SEP Sophie Corke

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Copyright IPLens blog looked at several recent decisions of the Court of Milan, to see how the CJEU Cofemel decision has impacted on the copyright protection of industrial designs [see also an IPKat post the Kiko case, where the Italian Supreme Court applied Cofemel to Kiko store layout].

Uplifting blog post on trademark protection

Likelihood of Confusion

Republished by Blog Post Promoter. The post Uplifting blog post on trademark protection appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. How to get that ® to rise above it all in Microsoft Word. Originally posted 2014-08-18 11:21:22.

Announcing the 2020-2021 Winners of the Gowling WLG Best Blog in IP Law and Technology Prize

IPilogue

IP Osgoode would like to congratulate the winners of the Gowling WLG Best Blog in IP Law and Technology Prize for 2020-2021. Four prizes in total are awarded each year to Osgoode students and the winning blog posts are featured in the IPilogue. Best Blog Comment : We have a tie.

RLSLOG: Pirate Release Blog Pioneer Throws in the Towel After 15 Years

TorrentFreak

Founded in 2006, RLSLOG.net was one of the pioneers of the ‘release blog’ format. “We have been and we will always remain the very first and also the most visited filesharing blog in the world with hundreds of thousands of loyal readers.

Update on proposed New York anti-law-blog bill

Likelihood of Confusion

The post Update on proposed New York anti-law-blog bill appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. Today’s New York Law Journal has an article on the proposed new regulations that would destroy the use of the Internet by lawyers, stating that most of the bar groups.

[Audio] The Briefing by the IP Law Blog: Naming Rights for LA Clippers Dome: FinTech Steps Intuit

JD Supra Law

This week on the Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss the naming rights agreement between the Los Angeles Clippers and Intuit whereby the Clippers agreed to name their new $1.8

[Audio] Podcast: The Briefing by the IP Law Blog - Court Melts Ice Cube's Trademark Lawsuit against Robinhood + Update

JD Supra Law

This week on the Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss a dispute between rapper, Ice Cube and Robinhood over the trading app’s use of Ice Cube’s image in a newsletter.

[Audio] Podcast: The Briefing by the IP Law Blog - Could a Trademark Search Have Saved ‘The Cleveland Indians’ Botched Rebrand?

JD Supra Law

In this week’s episode of the Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss the Cleveland Indians' attempt to rebrand as the Cleveland Guardians, and the complications that arose surrounding that trademark.

A Roundup of German Caselaw Regarding Emojis and Emoticons (Guest Blog Post)

Technology & Marketing Law Blog

This is how they looked then: For reasons I won’t bore you with, my blog software makes it painful to embed these graphics. The post A Roundup of German Caselaw Regarding Emojis and Emoticons (Guest Blog Post) appeared first on Technology & Marketing Law Blog. by guest blogger Dr. Matthias Pendl , Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law. Introduction.

Fair Use of Copyright Images in Your Blog

Art Law Journal

Nicole Martinez. Knowing more about copyright and fair use will help you determine what is yours to use and what is off limits. Intellectual Property Copyright infringement Fair use Licensing Social media Take Down Notice

[Video] The Briefing by the IP Law Blog: Court Melts Ice Cube's Trademark Lawsuit against Robinhood + Update

JD Supra Law

This week on the Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss a dispute between rapper, Ice Cube and Robinhood over the trading app’s use of Ice Cube’s image in a newsletter. By: Weintraub Tobin

[Audio] Podcast: The Briefing by the IP Law Blog - Keeping an Eye on Warby Parker Adwords Trademark Infringement Lawsuit

JD Supra Law

In this week’s episode of The Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss a trademark infringement lawsuit filed by 1-800 Contacts that accuses Warby Parker of buying search-engine keywords for "1-800 Contacts" to misdirect customers to its competing online store.

[Audio] Podcast: The Briefing by the IP Law Blog - San Diego Gulls’ Wings Clipped in Dispute Over Logo Copyright

JD Supra Law

In this week’s episode of The Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss an intellectual property dispute between the San Diego Gulls Hockey Club and ECHL, Inc.

[Video] The Briefing by the IP Law Blog: Naming Rights for LA Clippers Dome: FinTech Steps Intuit

JD Supra Law

This week on the Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss the naming rights agreement between the Los Angeles Clippers and Intuit whereby the Clippers agreed to name their new $1.8 billion arena in Inglewood, California, the Intuit Dome. By: Weintraub Tobin

[Video] The Briefing by the IP Law Blog: Nike Threatens Fire & Brimstone Over Satanic Custom Shoe Makers

JD Supra Law

In this week's episode of The Briefing by The IP Law Blog, attorneys Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss the trademark litigation between Nike and a custom shoe maker, MSCHF (pronounced "mischief"). In Nike Inc. v MSCHF Product Studio, Inc., Nike sued MSCHF over unauthorized versions of the Nike Air Max 97 featuring satanic imagery. The shoes were tied into marketing by Rapper Lil Nas X, and all 666 pairs created by MSCHF were sold. By: Weintraub Tobin

[Video] The Briefing by the IP Law Blog: Keeping an Eye on Warby Parker Adwords Trademark Infringement Lawsuit

JD Supra Law

In this week’s episode of The Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss a trademark infringement lawsuit filed by 1-800 Contacts that accuses Warby Parker of buying search-engine keywords for "1-800 Contacts" to misdirect customers to its competing online store.

[Audio] Podcast: The Briefing by the IP Law Blog - Can Copyrighted Music Keep Vids of Police Encounters Off The Internet?

JD Supra Law

In this week's podcast episode of the Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss recent news stories reporting that police officers played copyrighted music during filmed encounters, ostensibly to keep the videos from being uploaded to the Internet.

[Video] The Briefing by the IP Law Blog: San Diego Gulls’ Wings Clipped in Dispute Over Logo Copyright

JD Supra Law

In this week’s episode of The Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss an intellectual property dispute between the San Diego Gulls Hockey Club and ECHL, Inc. By: Weintraub Tobin

[Audio] Bonus Olympic Podcast: The Briefing by the IP Law Blog - IOC Gets Gold in Trademark Enforcement

JD Supra Law

In this bonus episode of the Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss the stringent trademark enforcement protection for Olympic symbols, words, and phrases as well as recent lawsuits that have reinforced that protection.

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[Audio] Podcast - The Briefing by the IP Law Blog: Space Erotica Flick Not Infringed by Black Mirror

JD Supra Law

This week on the Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss the copyright lawsuit over a Black Mirror episode starring Miley Cyrus, the plot of which filmmaker Geoffrey Blair Hajim said was lifted from his film "Strange Frame: Love and Sax.".

A Seismic Ruling Undone: California’s Sound Recording Copyright Statute Does Not Include Public Performance Rights—Flo & Eddie v. Sirius XM (Guest Blog Post)

Technology & Marketing Law Blog

The ruling overturns a “seismic” district court ruling from 2014 that I wrote about in a previous blog post , one that “threaten[ed] to undo a 75-year-old consensus that state law does not provide a public performance right for sound recordings.” By Guest Blogger Tyler Ochoa.

[Video] The Briefing by the IP Law Blog: Could a Trademark Search Have Saved ‘The Cleveland Indians’ Botched Rebrand?

JD Supra Law

In this week’s episode of the Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss the Cleveland Indian’s attempt to rebrand as the Cleveland Guardians, and the complications that arose surrounding that trademark. By: Weintraub Tobin

[Audio] Podcast: The Briefing by the IP Law Blog - Andy Warhol's Prince Prints: Not Fair Use!? (Part Two)

JD Supra Law

In this week's podcast of The Briefing from the IP Law Blog, attorneys Josh Escovedo and Scott Hervey discuss an update to the litigation over Andy Warhol's series of portraits of the artist Prince (Andy Warhol Foundation v Goldsmith).

[Video] The Briefing by the IP Law Blog - Space Erotica Flick Not Infringed by Black Mirror

JD Supra Law

This week on the Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss the copyright lawsuit over a Black Mirror episode starring Miley Cyrus, the plot of which filmmaker Geoffrey Blair Hajim said was lifted from his film "Strange Frame: Love and Sax.".

[Video] The Briefing by the IP Law Blog: Can Copyrighted Music Keep Vids of Police Encounters Off The Internet?

JD Supra Law

In this week's episode of the Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss recent news stories reporting that police officers played copyrighted music during filmed encounters, ostensibly to keep the videos from being uploaded to the Internet.

[Audio] Podcast - The Briefing by the IP Law Blog: Nike Threatens Fire & Brimstone Over Satanic Custom Shoe Makers

JD Supra Law

In this week's episode of The Briefing by The IP Law Blog, attorneys Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss the trademark litigation between Nike and a custom shoe maker, MSCHF (pronounced "mischief").

[Audio] Podcast: The Briefing by the IP Law Blog - Dr. Seuss Sets Photon Torpedoes on Star Trek Mashup in 9th Circuit Appeal (Part One, Copyright)

JD Supra Law

In this week's podcast of The Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss the Ninth Circuit Ruling on the copyright aspects of Dr. Seuss "Mashups."