Ethics in Publishing Gets Its Own Journal

Velocity of Content

A new journal from faculty and students at George Washington University hopes to provide counteracting doses of probing research and thoughtful analysis. Ethics in Publishing Gets Its Own Journal. In 2020, Warren decided the subject also deserved its own scholarly journal.

Copyright in Journalism and News Reporting

Copyright Alliance

About a half century ago, when the existing Copyright Act was enacted, the nature of journalism did not look like the fast-paced nature of the field today. The post Copyright in Journalism and News Reporting appeared first on Copyright Alliance.

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The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 125: Sue Gardner on Journalism, the Internet Platforms, and the Online News Act

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She joins the Law Bytes podcast for a conversation about journalism, the Internet platforms, and Bill C-18. The post The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 125: Sue Gardner on Journalism, the Internet Platforms, and the Online News Act appeared first on Michael Geist.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – Intellectual Property Journal Student Editors (September 2022)

IPilogue

Founded in 1984, the Intellectual Property Journal (IPJ) covers matters relating to all aspects of Intellectual Property such as patents, trademarks, copyright, designs, trade secrets, and related areas such as privacy. The focus of the journal is on Canadian material with a mix of comparative and international law content. The Journal, edited by Professor Giuseppina D’Agostino, is published by Carswell ( [link] three times per year.

New Jersey Law Journal – Hands Off Blogs

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I wrote this in the New Jersey Law Journal last week. The post New Jersey Law Journal – Hands Off Blogs appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. Op-ed Hands Off Blogs Mandatory disclosure of payment to bloggers runs counter to free expression By Ronald D. Coleman. Blogging Free Expression Daily Kos Disclosure FTC Instapundit Overreaching

AIPLA Quarterly Journal Editorial Board

Patently-O

Unlike ordinary law reviews, the Journal’s editorial Board consists of intellectual property experts who are able to provide a peer review of submitted articles. The journal is also staffed by a team of JD students from GWU Law School who also participate in selection and have a major role in the editing, vetting, and publication process. The Journal is now seeking new members of the Board.

Journalism about investment isn't commercial speech

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Crash Proof Retirement, LLC v. Price, 2021 WL 1387501, No. 2:20-cv-05906-JDW (E.D. 13, 2021) Competing in the marketplace of ideas can ground a defamation claim, but not a false advertising claim.

Carswell’s Intellectual Property Journal welcomes new Student Editorial team for 2021-2022

IPilogue

IP Osgoode is pleased to announce the new team of student editors for the Intellectual Property Journal (IPJ). The IPJ is Canada’s leading peer-reviewed journal with a focus on IP law related areas such as patents, trademarks, copyright, designs, trade secrets and competitive torts.

DEADLINE EXTENDED – Intellectual Property Journal Student Editors (September 2022)

IPilogue

Founded in 1984, the Intellectual Property Journal (IPJ) covers matters relating to all aspects of Intellectual Property such as patents, trademarks, copyright, designs, trade secrets, and related areas such as privacy. The focus of the journal is on Canadian material with a mix of comparative and international law content. The Journal, edited by Professor Giuseppina D’Agostino, is published by Carswell ( [link] three times per year.

Fish Principals Author The Licensing Journal Article “Patent Licensing”

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Read more in The Licensing Journal

Call for Papers: NLU Jodhpur’s Journal of Intellectual Property Studies Vol. 5, Issue 2 [Submit by March 27]

SpicyIP

We’re pleased to announce that NLU Jodhpur’s Journal of Intellectual Property Studies (JIPS) is inviting original, unpublished manuscripts for publication for its upcoming issue (Volume V, Issue II).

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

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We’re pleased to inform you that the National Law Institute University (NLIU), Bhopal has recently established the International Trade Law Journal and is inviting abstracts for papers for the inaugural issue of the same. About the Journal.

Call for Submissions: The Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society (Vol. 102)

SpicyIP

We’re pleased to inform you that The Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society is inviting submissions for Volume 102 of the journal. For further deatils, please see the announcement below: Call for Submissions: The Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society (Vol.

Call for Papers: NLU Jodhpur’s Journal of Intellectual Property Studies Vol. 5, Issue 1 [Submit by September 19]

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We’re pleased to announce that NLU Jodhpur’s Journal of Intellectual Property Studies (JIPS) is inviting original, unpublished manuscripts for publication in the Winter 2021 Issue (Volume V, Issue I) of the Journal. Logo of Journal of Intellectual Property Studies.

Crystal Culhane Named San Diego Business Journal Leader in Law

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San Diego Business Journal recently announced that Fish & Richardson Associate Crystal Culhane has been named a 2021 “Leader in Law.” The awards “honor San Diego’s top lawyers and in-house general counsel attorneys,” based on both professional accomplishments and community achievement.

Betty Chen Named to Daily Journal’s 2022 “Top Intellectual Property Lawyers” List

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The Daily Journal named Fish Principal Betty Chen to its 2022 list of “Top Intellectual Property Lawyers.” The annual list recognizes the top lawyers in California who have made a significant impact on IP law. Chen is based in Fish’s Silicon Valley office.

The Rise of the Dupe Influencer

Chicago-Kent Intellectual Property Journal Blog

1] The … The post The Rise of the Dupe Influencer appeared first on Chicago-Kent | Journal of Intellectual Property. Journal BlogThe Rise of the Dupe Influencer Authored By: Sydney Fenton, J.D. Background What is a Dupe Influencer? A growing problem across social media platforms is the rise of the Dupe Influencer. Dupe influencers are influencers who use their social media accounts to promote fakes of sought-after designer products.[1]

Lauren Degnan named National Law Journal “Litigation Trailblazer”

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Fish & Richardson is pleased to announce that Principal Lauren Degnan has been named a 2021 “Litigation Trailblazer” by the National Law Journal. National Law Journal selected Degnan for her outstanding work in Federal Circuit appeals, which Degnan noted are particularly important “because every case cements, clarifies, or refines the law for lower courts/venues.”

Attorneys Kenneth Darby and Casey Kraning Author Westlaw Journal IP Article “Prior Art Stipulations, a Petitioner’s Tool for Addressing Fintiv Denials”

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Principal Kenneth Darby and Associate Casey Kraning discuss the PTAB’s precedential decision in Sotera Wireless, Inc. Masimo Corporation. PDF copy available. Prior Art Stipulations, a Petitioner’s Tool for Addressing Fintiv Denials.

Four Fish & Richardson Principals Named 2021 “Women Worth Watching in STEM” by Profiles in Diversity Journal

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and Nicole Williams have been named recipients of the 2021 “Women Worth Watching in STEM” award by Profiles in Diversity Journal. Fish & Richardson principals Nitika Gupta Fiorella , Heather L. Flanagan, Ph.D. Annie J. King, Ph.D. ,

Q&A with Michael Portnov for Corporate Counsel Business Journal

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Fish principal Michael Portnov was recently interviewed by Corporate Counsel Business Journal for the article, “Staying Ahead of the Artificial. Corporate Counsel Business Journal: How did you get involved in artificial intelligence (AI) patent work?

Fish & Richardson Named a 2022 Legal Technology Trailblazer by National Law Journal

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National Law Journal recently named Fish & Richardson to its 2022 list of Legal Technology Trailblazers, which recognizes firms and professionals for the innovative technical solutions they use to support the practice of law.

Juanita Brooks Named to Daily Journal’s 2021 Top 100 Lawyers in California List

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The Daily Journal recently announced that Fish Principal Juanita Brooks has been included in its 2021 “Top 100 Lawyers in California” list. This is not the first time the Daily Journal has selected Brooks for recognition in 2021.

Call for Papers: NALSAR’s Indian Journal of Intellectual Property Law (IJIPL) Vol. 12 [Submit by November 20]

SpicyIP

We’re happy to inform you that NALSAR Hyderabad’s Indian Journal of Indian Intellectual Property Law (IJIPL) is inviting papers for publication in Volume 12 of the journal. IJIPL is India’s first student run journal that is wholly devoted to the study of intellectual property law.

Chicago-Kent Intellectual Property Journal Blog - Untitled Article

Chicago-Kent Intellectual Property Journal Blog

However, due to their novel nature, many … The post appeared first on Chicago-Kent | Journal of Intellectual Property. Journal Blog

Principal Jeremy Saks Authors The National Law Journal Article, “LGBTQ in the Federal Judiciary: A Long Way to Go for Representation”

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Read the full article in The National Law Journal. Reprinted with permission from the June 23, 2022 edition of the National Law Journal © 2022 ALM Global Properties, LLC.

Harvard Journal of Sports & Entertainment law seeking submissions

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The Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law (JSEL) is accepting submissions for Volume 13, set to publish during AY21-22. The journal strongly prefers electronic submissions through the Scholastica online submission system (or ExpressO if available). Submissions for Issue 1 will be reviewed and accepted through August 2021. JSEL is looking for articles on topics related to sports and entertainment law, and especially encourages law professors to send in articles.

Fish & Richardson Attorneys Megan Chacon and Crystal Culhane Named 2021 Women of Influence in Law by the San Diego Business Journal

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were recognized as 2021 Women of Influence in Law by the San Diego Business Journal. Southern California Principal Megan Chacon and Associate Crystal Culhane, Ph.D.

Q&A with Betty Chen for Corporate Counsel Business Journal

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Trial attorney Betty Chen was recently interviewed by Corporate Counsel Business Journal for the article, “Keeping Pace with Ever-Evolving Intellectual Property Disputes.” ” In the article, Betty talks about the potential impact of widespread 5G rollouts on global patent litigation, how clients are addressing SEP and FRAND issues, and where she sees these trends going in the future. Click here to read the full article (PDF).

NFT Marketplaces and Secondary Copyright Liability

Chicago-Kent Intellectual Property Journal Blog

In the exchange of NFTs, there are typically three players involved: the creator (or seller); the … The post NFT Marketplaces and Secondary Copyright Liability appeared first on Chicago-Kent | Journal of Intellectual Property. Journal BlogNFT Marketplaces and Secondary Copyright Liability Sarah Law | April 6, 2022 Introduction Along with the growing fascination with Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) is a growing concern over legal liability for all activities involved.

Disney’s Limiting of the Public Domain

Chicago-Kent Intellectual Property Journal Blog

1] The original law was relatively limited … The post Disney’s Limiting of the Public Domain appeared first on Chicago-Kent | Journal of Intellectual Property. Journal BlogDisney’s Limiting of the Public Domain Sydney Fenton | April 6th, 2022 Creation of Copyright and the Public Domain On May 31, 1790, the first copyright law was enacted under the new United States Constitution, modeled after Britain’s Statute of Anne.[1]

Copyright Enforcement Across the Meme Spectrum

Chicago-Kent Intellectual Property Journal Blog

1] They offer a simple way to communicate multiple permutations of complex ideas readily and succinctly, but because memes are … The post Copyright Enforcement Across the Meme Spectrum appeared first on Chicago-Kent | Journal of Intellectual Property. Journal BlogCopyright Enforcement Across the Meme Spectrum Joshua Gablin | April 6th, 2022 Introduction Memes have become so widespread in communication that they are now part of the vocabulary of the internet.[1]

Fish Attorneys Named Finalists for San Diego Business Journal “Leaders in Law” Award

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San Diego Business Journal (SDBJ) recently named Fish & Richardson Principal Michael Amon and Associate Crystal Culhane, Ph.D. , as finalists for the publication’s 2021 “Leaders in Law” award. According to SDBJ, the awards “honor San Diego’s top lawyers and in-house general counsel attorneys,” based on both professional accomplishments and community achievement. Michael Amon has devoted his career to helping clients resolve their highest-stakes patent infringement disputes.

Fish Principals Author Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal Article, “Strategic IP Considerations of Batteries and Energy Storage Solutions”

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The Wall Street Journal , Feb. As the battery and electric vehicle (EV) industries continue to grow, in tandem the IP world is experiencing an increase in battery patenting activity.

Philadelphia Business Journal Recognizes Fish & Richardson Principal Nitika Gupta Fiorella in its 2021 “40 Under 40” List

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Philadelphia Business Journal has included Nitika Gupta Fiorella in its 2021 “40 Under 40” list. Philadelphia Business Journal celebrated the 2021 “40 Under 40” honorees at a virtual awards ceremony on May 20, 2021

Profiles in Diversity Journal Names Todd Garcia a 2021 “Latino Leader Worth Watching”

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has been named a recipient of the 2021 “Latino Leaders Worth Watching” award by Profiles in Diversity Journal. Fish & Richardson principal Todd Garcia, Ph.D. The honorees were selected for their advocacy, perseverance, legacy, or professional achievements, and have addressed racism and bias to become a Latino Leader Worth Watching.

Two Kinds of Fair Use: The Unintended Effect of Google v. Oracle

Chicago-Kent Intellectual Property Journal Blog

Oracle appeared first on Chicago-Kent | Journal of Intellectual Property. Journal BlogBy: Sarah Law “[F]air use presents a holistic, context-sensitive inquiry ‘not to be simplified with bright-line rules[.]. All [four statutory factors] are to be explored, and the results weighed together, in light of the purposes of copyright.’”[1] 1] The fair use defense in copyright law is very flexible … The post Two Kinds of Fair Use: The Unintended Effect of Google v.

Ahmed Davis Named a 2020 “Black Leader Worth Watching” by Profiles in Diversity Journal

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Davis has been named one of Profiles in Diversity Journal ’s 2020 “ Black Leaders Worth Watching.” Click to read the full profile: Ahmed Davis | “Black Leaders Worth Watching” | Profiles in Diversity Journal Fish & Richardson Principal Ahmed J. The award honors individuals who have blazed new trails, led the way, mentored others, advanced diversity and inclusion in the workplace and the community, and excelled in their chosen field.

Let’s Put this Myth to Bed: The Eastern District of Texas is Not Plaintiff-Friendly

IP Watchdog

Over the last several days, the Wall Street Journal has reported on numerous federal district court judges that it says have violated the Code of Judicial Conduct by not recusing themselves in cases where they, or their spouse, held a pecuniary interest.

C-SPANking

Likelihood of Confusion

JournalismCSPAN gets a privileged perch in the pusillanimous proceedings of our parliament, pointing its probing photographic proboscides and pimping for pay. And it piggishly refuses to share, even though it’s. The post C-SPANking appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™.