3 Count: Swimsuit Edition

Plagiarism Today

First off today, Kevin Shalvey at Business Insider reports that “Sports Illustrated” swimsuit model Genevieve Morton has filed a lawsuit against Twitter alleging that the site was slow to remove infringing material and that an AI photo editing tool created unlawful derivative works.

When it Comes to Eukaryotic Cells, Broad Institute Has Priority to CRISPR Gene Editing Tech, Says PTAB

IP Watchdog

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) ruled in an interference proceeding yesterday that The Broad Institute, Inc.,

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New Copyright Lawsuit Targets Uploaders of 10-Minute Movie Edits

TorrentFreak

These heavily edited copies of mainstream movies aim to summarize key plot lines via voice-over narration in about 10 minutes.

Limited Edition Products and their IP Protection

IIPRD

These products are named “Limited Editions”. It is because of these factors that everyone loves to collect these limited editions products. Every industry from clothing to cosmetics to automobile, launches these editions to increase their market standing.

Police Arrest Man For Uploading ‘Parasite’ Movie Edit to YouTube

TorrentFreak

In June 2021, three people were arrested for uploading these 10-minute edits. After the interview was published, Takasugi somewhat ironically complained that the news outlet had edited his interview. Arrested For Uploading Edits of Parasite and Other Movies.

Announcing the 2021 Edition of My Internet Law Casebook

Technology & Marketing Law Blog

I’m pleased to announce the 2021 edition of my Internet Law casebook, Internet Law: Cases & Materials. If I counted editions, this would be the 12th edition. The book is available as a PDF at Gumroad for $10, as a Kindle ebook for $9.99, and in hard copy at Amazon for $20.

YouTubers Who Uploaded Movie Edits Receive Suspended Prison Sentences

TorrentFreak

‘Fast movies’ are essentially heavily edited copies of feature-length films that tell the entire story in just a few minutes. “The three defendants had been accused of violating the Copyright Act by editing ‘I Am a Hero’ and two other works copyrighted by Toho Co.,

Video Editing and Motion Graphics Design: Creative Hobby to Creative Career

Art Law Journal

Video editing and motion graphics go hand in hand—after all, they are both rooted in storytelling. The post Video Editing and Motion Graphics Design: Creative Hobby to Creative Career appeared first on Art Business Journal.

Limited Edition Products: Can they be Protected under IP Law?

Kashishipr

Several times, we see that luxury brands come up with limited edition products, whether it is cars, watches, cosmetics, chocolates, electronics, etc., Protection for Limited Edition Products under Trademark Law. The post Limited Edition Products: Can they be Protected under IP Law?

PTAB Determines Broad Has Priority in Dispute over CRISPR Gene Editing Patents in Eukaryotic Systems

JD Supra Law

Broad Institute, on priority of invention for CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing methods of eukaryotic cells and genomes. On February 28, 2022, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) issued a decision in Interference No. 106,115, University of California v.

PTAB Issues Decision Awarding Priority of Invention of CRISPR Gene Editing Patents to Broad Institute

JD Supra Law

The Patent Trial and Appeal Board issued a decision on February 28 awarding priority of invention of foundational CRISPR gene editing patents to the Broad Institute, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Harvard University.

IP STARS 2022 edition: The leading IP practitioners

Managing IP

We have revealed the leading intellectual property practitioners in private practice across more than 50 jurisdictions

Fourth edition of Herbert Smith Freehills UK Code Companion

Herbert Smith Freehills

We have this week published the fourth edition of the "Herbert Smith Freehills Code Companion", which is an index designed to assist UK M&A practitioners when considering Takeover Code issues.

Article 17, the year in review (2021 edition)

Kluwer Copyright Blog

Intellectual Property Law in China, 2nd edition. At the beginning of 2021, half a year before the implementation deadline of the DSM directive, only a single EU member state (the Netherlands) had passed a full implementation of the DSM directive.

Book Review: Intellectual Property Law in China, 2nd Edition

The IPKat

The first edition of Intellectual Property Law in China (IPLCN) was the first of a bunch of goodies this Kat enthusiastically gathered from the incomparable IP library of the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition (MPI).

The end of IP in Russia? Urgent, Extended Edition

JD Supra Law

US and EU Sanctions - IP Engagement Suspended with Russia, Belarus, and Eurasian IP Offices - Four days after the invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, the United States Treasury Department issued Directive 4 under Executive Order 14024, prohibiting transactions involving the Central Bank of the Russian. By: Dorsey & Whitney LLP

Call for Abstracts: NLIU International Trade Law Journal Inaugural Edition [Submit by August 31]

SpicyIP

Call for Papers: NLIU International Trade Law Journal Inaugural Edition [Submit by August 31]. The NLIU International Trade Law Journal, a peer-reviewed annual publication of the National Law Institute University, Bhopal, is calling for submissions for its inaugural edition.

How long does U.S. patent and trademark prosecution take? (2021 edition)

JD Supra Law

The USPTO recently released its FY 2021 Performance and Accountability Report, which contains detailed information about allowance rates, average pendency, and other statistics about its review of patent and trademark applications this year.

Fed. Circ. Told PTAB Flouted AIA In Gene-Editing Interference

IP Law 360

has told the Federal Circuit that a Patent Trial and Appeal Board interference decision invalidating its patents on using gene-editing technology to kill bacteria while ruling that The Rockefeller University invented it first "contradicts Congress's express purpose" in passing the America Invents Act Snipr Technologies Ltd.

[Video] SPECIAL EDITION: NEWS + VIEWS + TO DO’S | ERIN HIGGINS, CONN KAVANAUGH

JD Supra Law

Conn Kavanaugh's Managing Partner Erin Higgins joins LISI's Director of Client Strategy Kristyn Brophy for a special episode of News + Views + To-Do's to discuss the very timely topic of Elon Musk's negotiations to purchase Twitter.

Honey Badger Don't Care (4th of July edition)

43(B)log

Seen on the street: [link]. trademark

New York and Chicago-Style Pizza Wars: The Trademark Edition

JD Supra Law

The great pizza wars of 2021 are not what you might expect. While the courts will never be able to resolve the question of who (or where) makes the best pie, a pair of decisions from the last few weeks did resolve contentious trademark disputes in two of the great pizza destinations of the world,….

The 2022 edition of the IAM Patent 1000 is live - with enhanced analytics

IAM Magazine

Now in its eleventh year, the guide is the definitive resource for those seeking world-class individual and firm-wide private practice expertise - and, for subscribers, more information than ever is available. Analysis Announcements News

Seyfarth Trade Secrets Team Assists with Editing and Authoring New Trade Secrets Treatise

Trading Secrets

Additionally, Seyfarth associate Ashley Smith assisted with editing.

Fish & Richardson Receives Top Rankings in 2021 Edition of IAM Patent 1000: The World’s Leading Patent Professionals

Fish & Richardson Trademark & Copyright Thoughts

Fish & Richardson has received the elite “Gold Band” national ranking in the Litigation category in the 2021 edition of IAM Patent 1000: The World’s Leading Patent Professionals.

How long does U.S. patent and trademark prosecution take? (2021 edition)

IP Spotlight

The USPTO recently released its FY 2021 Performance and Accountability Report , which contains detailed information about allowance rates, average pendency, and other statistics about its review of patent and trademark applications this year.

Seyfarth Trade Secrets Team Assists with Editing and Authoring New Trade Secrets Treatise

LexBlog IP

Additionally, Seyfarth associate Ashley Smith assisted with editing.

PTAB Sides with Broad in Patent Dispute over CRISPR Gene Editing of Eukaryotic Cells

JD Supra Law

On February 28, 2022, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) issued a decision in Interference No.

Now Available! 2022 Edition of 50 State Non-Compete Desktop Reference

Trading Secrets

Seyfarth’s Trade Secrets, Computer Fraud & Non-Competes practice group is pleased to provide the 2022 edition of our 50 State Desktop Reference, which surveys the most-asked questions related to restrictive covenants and trade secrets in all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia.

How long does a U.S. patent or trademark application take to grant? (2020 edition)

IP Spotlight

The USPTO recently released its FY2020 Performance and Accountability Report , with contains helpful information about allowance rates, average pendency, and other statistics about its review of patent and trademark applications this year. Each year, IP Spotlight analyzes this report and, and we update our readers who often ask: how long does it take for a patent or trademark registration to grant?

Now Available! 2022 Edition of 50 State Non-Compete Desktop Reference

LexBlog IP

Seyfarth’s Trade Secrets, Computer Fraud & Non-Competes practice group is pleased to provide the 2022 edition of our 50 State Desktop Reference, which surveys the most-asked questions related to restrictive covenants and trade secrets in all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia.

Fish Attorneys Recognized in 2022 edition of The Best Lawyers in America

Fish & Richardson Trademark & Copyright Thoughts

Best Lawyers recently announced that 92 Fish & Richardson lawyers were selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America © 2022.

Nobel Prize-related Invention Disclosure Could Generate Millions in Research — as a Collectable

IP Close Up

Sale of a digital limited edition associated with the development of a Nobel Prize recognized cancer-fighting invention, a precursor to the patent, may provide businesses, Continue reading.

Other Barks & Bites for Friday, February 4: CRISPR Gene Editing Tech Debated at PTAB, PhRMA Calls Out ‘Deeply Concerning’ TRIPS Waiver to USTR, Deadline Closes for Comments on SEP Draft Policy Statement

IP Watchdog

The 2021 edition of the IAM Patent 1000 goes live

IAM Magazine

Definitive guide to the world’s leading private practice firms and individuals now available. Blog News Law & Policy Litigation Patents Transactions

Nobel Prize Winners of CRISPR/Cas9 Lose Decade Long Patent Battle to the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard

IPilogue

Doudna for “the development of a method for genome editing” otherwise known as CRISPR gene editing. Blogs IP Patents Broad Institute cas9 CRISPR Dr. Feng Zheng Emily Prieur Gene editing HArvard MIT Nobel Prize patent PTAB University of California Berkley

Tell me again about the public trust ($30 million Picasso edition)

The Art Law Blog

Bringing the blog out of hibernation just to remind everyone that a work of art, having fallen under the aegis of a museum, is held in the public trust, to be accessible to present and future generations. Unless the sales proceeds " will go toward acquisitions of new works for the museum’s permanent collection ," in which case: screw those future generations.

Art 40

PTAB Declares that Broad Institute, MIT, and Harvard Inventors Were First to Invent a CRISPR-Cas Gene Editing System to Alter Gene Expression in Eukaryotic Cells

LexBlog IP

Broad’s inventor Dr. Zhang testified that he learned of CRISPR systems as a tool for genome editing by February 7, 2011, and by July 17, 2012, had designed a plasmid map of a CRISPR-Cas system for use in eukaryotic cells.

News from the Global Infrastructure Initiative: June 2022

McKinsey

Welcome to the June 2022 edition of Voices on Infrastructure, which focuses on building resilient infrastructure supply chains. Voices Operations

Rankings: Managing IP's Rising Stars 2021

Managing IP

The 2021 edition of Managing IP’s Rising Stars publication is now available