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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

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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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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

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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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Another week, another review of the latest news from the surrounding IP blogs! Paul Keller reports on the Kluwer Copyright Blog. around the IP Blogs copyright Giorgio Luceri patents trade marks

Blog Juice?

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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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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

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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

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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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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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 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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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 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.

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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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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Let’s see what the other IP blogs have been up to this week:- Trade Marks “Metaverse” has become centre stage after Facebook announced that it had changed its company name to “Meta”. Thanksgiving just gets this Kat all warm and tingly and all kinds of wonderful inside.

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 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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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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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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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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Patents The IP Helpdesk blog informed on compulsory licensing of patents in India. The topic was followed up with another post from the same blog, this time on collective trade marks in Argentina.

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 2006 Weblog Awards: Best Law Blog

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The post The 2006 Weblog Awards: Best Law Blog appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. Vote here if you like that sort of thing! LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION? Uh, no, we’re not nominated. But it’s an honor just to be, uh, allowed to.

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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.

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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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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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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.

Best of 2014: Law blogging — Time is of the essence. Not.

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The post Best of 2014: Law blogging — Time is of the essence. BloggingOriginally posted on May 29, 2014. Had a delightful lunch with a couple of very interesting lawyers yesterday. It would have been perfect if they hadn’t both lingered over salad nicoise.

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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.

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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].

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.

How to Legally Use Images, Videos, and Other Content in Blog Posts

Copyright Alliance

With hundreds of millions of blog posts uploaded to the internet every year, it’s inevitable that some will violate copyright laws. The post How to Legally Use Images, Videos, and Other Content in Blog Posts appeared first on Copyright Alliance.

Call For Submissions: NUALS’ Blog ‘The IP Site’

SpicyIP

We’re pleased to inform you that The Centre for Intellectual Property Rights of the National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS), Kochi is inviting submissions for its official blog, The IP Site on a rolling basis. Blog entries must strictly be in English and in electronic form.

Uplifting blog post on trademark protection

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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.

Top 10 Posts on the Kluwer Copyright Blog in 2021

Kluwer Copyright Blog

This blog post explains why the judgment is still highly significant, coming at a time when the fundamental rights compatibility of Art. This blog post provides a critical assessment of the guidance, a Communication that the European Commission was required to issue according to art.

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.

[Video] The Briefing from the IP Law Blog: Copyright Cases to Watch in 2022

JD Supra Law

In this episode of The Briefing from the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo talk about copyright cases to look out for in 2022. By: Weintraub Tobin

[Audio] Podcast: The Briefing from the IP Law Blog - Copyright Cases to Watch in 2022

JD Supra Law

In this episode of The Briefing from the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo talk about copyright cases to look out for in 2022. By: Weintraub Tobin

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

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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] Podcast - The Briefing from the IP Law Blog: Embed at Your Own (Copyright) Risk

JD Supra Law

In this episode of the Briefing from the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss a copyright lawsuit against Buzzfeed, over its practice of embedding images from social media pages into their website.