How to Sell Your Work to Hollywood

Creative Law Center

To license or sell your work to Hollywood, it must be cleared of infringing uses of the creative work of others. Here's how one filmmaker did just that. The post How to Sell Your Work to Hollywood appeared first on Creative Law Center. Copyright & Content Protection

Public comments submitted by EMP&A regarding USPTO’s proposed trademark fee increases

Erik K Pelton

Earlier this week, our firm submitted brief comments regarding the USPTO’s proposed adjustment (note, there are no decreases proposed – only increases and new fees) rulemaking. Our comments and those of others can be found on Regulations.gov at: [link].


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The invention of rechargeable batteries: An interview with Dr. Akira Yoshino, 2019 Nobel laureate

WIPO Magazine

In 2019, Dr. Akira Yoshino was awarded the Nobel Prize for his work in inventing the world’s first lithium-ion battery.

How to Handle Rejection as an Artist

Art Law Journal

Experiencing rejection as an artist is a part of the job. Here, we talk to five artists and creatives on how they power through rejection and self-doubt. The post How to Handle Rejection as an Artist appeared first on Art Business Journal. Marketing interview

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.

Copyright: Using images for social media

Sander Law

Copyright: Using images on social media. If you ever wondered if you can use that image you found through a Google search on your social media post or on your website, this post is for you. Copyright protection of images. Every photograph or image created is protected under Copyright.

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Featuring: Justin McNaughton, Partner and Sharon Urias, Partner “YOU, ME & IP” are monthly webinar discussions on the latest intellectual property trends.

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On June 30, amidst the traditional flurry of end-of-term opinions, the Supreme Court issued its decision in the first case to have been argued before it via teleconference, United States Patent and Trademark Office et al. Booking.com B.V.

Blockchain and Cryptocurrency: What is Blockchain Technology?

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Blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies are rapidly expanding throughout the world – and with that rapid expansion has come a growing interest in IP protection for blockchain and cryptocurrency inventions. USPTO statistics confirm blockchain’s ascendance.

Getting over the fear of copyright in photoshoots

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Copyright is scary. Really scary. At least it used to be! As an interior stylist who produces photoshoots for some of the country’s biggest magazines and commercial brands, getting the shots right is a must.

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?

8 Parts of a Perfect Copyright Page

Creative Law Center

There are no rules for crafting the perfect copyright page. You can set it up however you like. The copyright police won't come for you. Here's a template you can start with. The post 8 Parts of a Perfect Copyright Page appeared first on Creative Law Center. Copyright & Content Protection

Questions to Ask Your Trademark Lawyer

Erik K Pelton

There are several critical questions you should ask your trademark lawyer before hiring their services. In this podcast Erik shares some of these important questions. Listen and avoid some of the key mistakes. The post Questions to Ask Your Trademark Lawyer appeared first on Erik M Pelton & Associates, PLLC. There are several critical questions you should ask your trademark lawyer before hiring their services. In this podcast Erik shares some of these important questions.

The path to protection – good trademark strategies start at the beginning

WIPO Magazine

Legal guidance is critical to introducing a new brand successfully and smoothly. Strategic trademark consultant Kathryn Park, former General Counsel for Brand Management at GE, offers lawyers some practical tips on how to conduct an effective trademark search before unveiling a new product

Artists and Creatives: Document Your Work and Career

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If you're an artist or creative and don't document your work and career, learn why it's important and tips on how to get started. If you do, congratulations! Here are some best practices and reminders.

Trademarks: NICE Classification

Sander Law

Trademarks: NICE classification. The NICE classification is a system for classifying goods and services that is used when applying for trademark registration. It is an internationally recognized system and is updated periodically to capture new types of products and services. Classes.

Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Airbnb

Traverse Legal Blog

Is there a class-action lawsuit filed against Airbnb? As many of you know, we have been filing AAA arbitration cases against Airbnb on behalf of Airbnb hosts for COVID-19 refund issues which violated the agreed cancellation policies between the hosts and their guests.

Third-Generation Vaccines Take Center Stage in Battle Against COVID-19

Bio Law Blog

The biopharmaceutical industry is at the forefront of COVID-19 news due to major advances in vaccine development. Now, more than a year since the first case of COVID-19 and nearing a year since daily life has been upended by the pandemic, hopes for a return to normal rest largely on the effectiveness of mass vaccination against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

How Can I Make Sure I Get Credit for My Work?

Dear Rich IP Blog

Dear Rich: I want to copyright a report I researched and wrote and hope to sell to a museum. My report includes my collection of 19th-century photographs, most of which are extremely rare. W hen researchers use the report, I want them to credit me. How do I do that?

Legal Alert: New Hatch-Waxman-Style Patent Law Formally Adopted by China’s National People’s Congress; to Take Effect June 1, 2021

Fish & Richardson Trademark & Copyright Thoughts

On October 17, China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) formally adopted a revised patent law that makes significant changes to that country’s legal framework for pharmaceutical patents.

New developments: Bracing for Brexit's effects on international IP

IP Blog

As we approach the end of the transition period, during which time the UK was no longer a member of the EU but still followed certain laws and regulations and remained a part of the customs union, this is a reminder that on January 1, 2021, only UK laws will apply.

Creative writing: A new chapter

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I love reading. It allows our imaginations to run wild and provides a sense of escapism from everyday life, which is so important in these uncertain times. It also helps us switch off from our mobile phones, TVs and dare I say it … our partners.

Effective Consent Made Easier Under the NOC Regulations

Canadian Intellectual Property Blog

Case introduction: The Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations (“NOC Regulations”) permit the Minister of Health (“Minister”) to issue a notice of compliance (“NOC”) to a generic company where a patentee’s effective consent is obtained.

New USPTO trademark fees – increases – coming January 2, 2021

Erik K Pelton

The USPTO will put into effect on January 2, 2021 what is quite likely the largest trademark fee increase in US history. Many fees are going up, and several new fees have been created. These fee changes have been in the works for more than a year. For my past public comments on these, please see earlier posts here: Public comments submitted by EMP&A regarding USPTO’s proposed trademark fee increases (Aug. 6, 2020).

Turkmen inventors tackle water scarcity

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In countries like Turkmenistan with large expanses of arid land, agricultural development is held back by high levels of soil salinity and acute shortages of fresh water.

Effective Grant Writing for Emerging Artists

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Sander Law

Trademark Examiner Reports: Common Objections. The objections raised by a Trademark Examiner generally fall into one or more of the following categories: Goods & Services Statement.

Why Are Airbnb Hosts Litigating A Class Action Against Airbnb?

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The Players: Airbnb, Inc. Airbnb Payments, Inc , and Airbnb Payments UK Ltd. collectively “Airbnb”), operating through Airbnb.com, is a software platform acting as a ‘directory’ of short-term rental listings posted by its users (“hosts”).

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Intellectual Property can offer indispensable value to a company. The teams that manage IP for a business have the opportunity to make and save money, bolster company-wide strategy and help keep their business ahead of the competition

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Fish & Richardson Trademark & Copyright Thoughts

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You, Me & IP Webinar Series: The Grinch Who Stole Holiday Trademarks

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Featuring: Justin McNaughton, Partner and Sharon Urias, Partner Join us to discuss the Grinch who tried to misappropriate, and therefore assert the right to exclusive use over holiday symbols, slogans, decorations, and cheer. Humbug. Click here to watch the recording.

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Texas is among the states whose trade secret laws developed using the Uniform Trade Secrets Act as a model.?However, However, businesses sometimes overlook the protection of their own trade secrets. Here are five tips for keeping such essential information safe.