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Amici Urge SCOTUS to Reverse Overly Broad Definition of ‘Expressive Work’ in Jack Daniel’s v. VIP Products

IP Watchdog

Last November, the U.S. Supreme Court granted a petition for writ of certiorari filed by famed whiskey brand owner Jack Daniel’s Properties. The petition filed by Jack Daniel’s appealed the U.S.

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Under a New EU-Focused Copyright Law, Musical Artists Currently Earn *Nothing*

TorrentFreak

Just days after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko appeared on TV. Pointing at a map of Ukraine split into four parts, the Putin ally directed attention toward Moldova, stoking fears that the former soviet republic could be next on Moscow’s list.

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Future of mRNA and win-win for all: Why we need the government to disclose its collaboration agreement

SpicyIP

It is critic al for the government to be forward-thinking. The Biotechnology Industry Research Assistan ce Council, a government department, is reported to have provided INR 70 to 100 crores to Gennova Pharmaceuticals for its development of an mRNA vaccine for Covid.

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[Video] The Briefing by the IP Law Blog: The Strength of a Trademark

JD Supra Law

Trademarks perform a number of important functions. Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss the spectrum of trademark strength in this episode of The Briefing by the IP Law Blog. By: Weintraub Tobin

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IPO Diversity in Innovation Toolkit

Women and diverse employees have the technical skill and knowledge, yet their contributions are not patented at the same rate as those of their male counterparts.This toolkit can help organizations move the needle on achieving gender parity in innovation.

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Rallies Trademark Suit

IP and Legal Filings

Introduction To make it easier for consumers to identify the source of a specific commodity or service, trademarks serve this goal. People can then judge the quality using the source. Consumers typically rely their purchase decisions on quality.

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Sporting goods 2023: The need for resilience in a world in disarray

McKinsey Public & Social Sector Insights

After recording a widely positive performance in 2021, the sporting-goods industry has seen multiple challenges in the past year, including the threat of global recession, war in Europe, continued supply chain challenges, and rapidly rising interest rates—all contributing to a world in disarray.

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IPKat Book of the Year Awards 2022 winners announced!

The IPKat

Thank you to readers who voted for the IPKat book of the year awards 2022! Here are the nominees and winners: Best Patent Law Book The nominations were: Intellectual Property Protection for Plant Related Innovation: Fit for Future?

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[Audio] Podcast: The Briefing by the IP Law Blog - The Strength of a Trademark

JD Supra Law

Trademarks perform a number of important functions. Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss the spectrum of trademark strength in this episode of The Briefing by the IP Law Blog. By: Weintraub Tobin

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Section 230 Applies to NY Publicity Rights Claim–Ratermann v. Pierre Fabre

Technology & Marketing Law Blog

Patty Ratermann is a model. She signed a license with QuickFrame to use her likeness only on Instagram.

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The Worldwide Trademark Battle over the Iconic Red Bottom Shoe

Chicago-Kent Intellectual Property Journal Blog

Written by Cassidy Aranda INTRODUCTION Cardi B, Rihanna, Beyoncé, and Lady Gaga: what do all these glamorous celebrities have in common? Christian Louboutin red-soled heels, of course!

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Computer and Internet Weekly Updates for 2023-01-21

Barry Sookman

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Sunday Surprises

The IPKat

We’re two thirds there… through January! Here are the latest opportunities and events.

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Opus pool launched; Nokia-Oppo set for London FRAND trial; Iancu interview; InterDigital scores UK appeal win; a view from Silicon Valley; plus much more

IAM Magazine

Get ready for the new working week with a summary of all the stories posted on the IAM platform over the past seven days

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A fatal omission? The European Media Act overlooks copyright issues impacting freedom of expression and access to information online, in particular Text and Data mining

Kluwer Copyright Blog

Image by Kerttu from Pixabay This contribution was posted first on 17 January 2023 on The Digital Constitutionalist under the title: Safeguarding the Constitutional Role of Media as Fourth Estate of Democracy: Copyright as a Regulatory Framework for Freedom of Expression and Access to Information Online.

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BREAKING: Nokia and Samsung renew 5G patent licence agreement

IAM Magazine

Announcement comes after a wave of recent licensing activity involving the Korean smartphone maker

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Elimination of Bias: Is it Possible? an Inherent Bias MCLE

CoCal IP Law Institute

Elimination of Bias: Is it Possible? an Inherent Bias MCLE This week, the SoCal IP Institute will watch and discuss a video from the State Bar of California related to the elimination of bias, and in particular implicit bias, in the workplace. All are welcome to join in the video and discussion. Uncategorized implicit bias MCLE bias elimination

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Opus pool launched; Nokia-Oppo set for London FRAND trial; Iancu interview; InterDigital scores UK appeal win; a view from Silicon Valley; plus much more

IAM Magazine

Get ready for the new working week with a summary of all the stories posted on the IAM platform over the past seven days

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