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BIPLA (Boston Intellectual Property Law Association) Writing Competition call for papers

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Law school students are encouraged to submit papers relating to topics involving intellectual property law. Articles must be submitted to the Boston Intellectual Property Law Association on or before September 30, 2024.

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Guest Book Review: Teaching Intellectual Property Law

The IPKat

This is a book review of Teaching Intellectual Property Law: Strategy and Management edited by Sabine Jacques, Associate Professor in Information Technology, Media and Intellectual Property Law, University of East Anglia Law School and Ruth Soetendorp, Visiting Academic, City University of London and Professor Emerita, Bournemouth University.

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Intersection of Intellectual Property Law and Competition Law with respect to Cross Licensing Agreements

IIPRD

Overview on Intellectual Property Law and Competition Law Indian IP law is primarily designed to encourage innovation and creativity by providing inventors with exclusive rights to their creations for a specified period of time. College: LC-1, Faculty of Law, Delhi University [1] The Patents Act, 1970, No.

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Leveque Intellectual Property Law, P.C. is Seeking a Patent / Intellectual Property Attorney

IP Watchdog

Leveque Intellectual Property Law, P.C., one of America’s oldest continuously-operated patent practices founded and operated by a woman patent attorney, is seeking a registered U.S.

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Intellectual Property Law and Competition Law: Conflicting or Complementing

IIPRD

Introduction If we take a broader look at the Intellectual Property Laws, the primary objective of the legislation in framing these laws is to provide exclusive rights to the IP right holder as against the entire world. Competition Commission of India, 2023 LiveLaw (Del) 592 livelaw.in

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AI Machines Continue to Rattle Intellectual Property Law

JD Supra Law

The evolution of artificial intelligence (AI) machines has resulted in a number of interesting issues in both copyright and patent law. See, for example, our prior articles involving attempts to qualify machine-made works for patent and copyright registration.

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Decoding Intellectual Property Law for Video Game Developers

JD Supra Law

Video games are the ultimate interactive experience in intellectual property (“IP”), combining overlapping layers of copyrights, trademarks, licenses, “work made for hire” contracts, and publicity rights, all of which require careful consideration by a game developer to avoid legal issues and prepare the game for distribution.