AIPLA Quarterly Journal Editorial Board

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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.

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

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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

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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.

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)

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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.

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?

New PatentlyO L.J. Article: The AIA at Ten – How Much Do the Pre-AIA Prior Art Rules Still Matter?

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New Patently-O Law Journal article by Colleen V. In the accompanying PatentlyO Bar Journal article, The AIA at Ten – How Much Does the Pre-AIA Prior Art Regime Still Matter? 2021 Patently-O Patent Law Journal 34. Journal Patent

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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.

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. ,

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).

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

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.

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.

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.

Fish & Richardson’s Power Docket Named to National Law Journal’s 2021 Legal Technology Trailblazers List

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Fish & Richardson announced today that the firm’s innovative Power Docket platform, a proprietary tool that significantly increases the efficiency and effectiveness of docket management, has been named as one of the National Law Journal ’s 2021 Legal Technology Trailblazers.

Daily Journal Recognizes Fish & Richardson Principals Juanita Brooks and Jonathan Singer as 2021 “Top Intellectual Property Lawyers”

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The Daily Journal named Fish principals Juanita Brooks and Jonathan Singer to its 2021 list of “Top Intellectual Property Lawyers.” The annual list recognizes top IP lawyers in California who practice in various areas of IP law and have had a significant impact on IP law. Brooks and Singer are both based in Fish’s Southern California office and have been included on this prestigious list multiple times.

Judge: New York Times reporter waived press shield privilege

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The New York Law Journal reports (subscription required): A New York Times reporter must testify in an emotional-distress case regarding an interview he conducted with the defendant, the Riverside Church’s. JournalismThe post Judge: New York Times reporter waived press shield privilege appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™.

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Copyright Law Journalism Photography Right of PublicityPhoto Attorney Carolyn Wright writes: Rebecca Tushnet over at the 43Blog reports on a recent case in New York where the court determined that the use of a woman’s photograph.

Fish & Richardson Principal Ahmed Davis Authors The National Law Journal Article, “Celebrating Black Inventors on World IP Day”

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For World IP Day, Fish Principal and chair of Fish’s Diversity & Inclusion Initiative , Ahmed Davis , authored the article “Celebrating Black Inventors on World IP Day” for the National Law Journal, which celebrates the contributions of Black inventors who all too often get overlooked.

Fish & Richardson Principal William Hunter Named a 2020 Leader in Law Honoree by the San Diego Business Journal

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Southern California Principal William Hunter was recognized as a 2020 Leader in Law by the San Diego Business Journal. Of the 100 finalists selected, the honorees represent 20 of San Diego’s top lawyers and in-house general counsel attorneys based on professional accomplishments and community involvement.

The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 96: More Harm Than Good – My Appearance Before the Senate Transport Committee on a Copyright Bill to Support Media Organizations

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Podcasts carignan copyright facebook journalism lawbytespod media s-225Bill S-225 , Senator Claude Carignan’s copyright bill, would create a new compensation scheme for media organizations by establishing a new collective rights system for the use of news articles on digital platforms.

Copyright Ownership of Movies and Films in Canada: Who’s on First?

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The following is a preview of a paper to be published in the Intellectual Property Journal. . Advisory Board Blogs Copyright IP Movies copyright Copyright Act David Vaver Intellectual Property Intellectual Property Journal IPJ OwnershipDavid Vaver is the Acting Director of IP Osgoode and a Professor of Intellectual Property Law at Osgoode Hall Law School. Something has recently gone awry with the law of copyright ownership in a movie or other film — a “cinematographic work”, as s.

The Right of Publicity’s Place in Intellectual Property Law

Chicago-Kent Intellectual Property Journal Blog

1] This battle has frequently come through litigation in … The post The Right of Publicity’s Place in Intellectual Property Law appeared first on Chicago-Kent | Journal of Intellectual Property. Journal BlogBy: Cameron Verbeke A longstanding feud between the NCAA and its student-athletes may finally be coming to an end. Recently, the NCAA Board of Governors’ voted to recommend that student-athletes be allowed compensation for use of their name and likeness. [1]

The Role of the American Trademark in the 21st Century

Chicago-Kent Intellectual Property Journal Blog

Introduction The term “trademark” includes any word, name, symbol, or device, or any combination thereof used by a person to identify and distinguish his or her goods, including a unique product, from those manufactured or sold by others and to indicate the source of the goods, … The post The Role of the American Trademark in the 21st Century appeared first on Chicago-Kent | Journal of Intellectual Property. Journal BlogBy: Adam Grodman I.

Introduction to Copyright Law

Chicago-Kent Intellectual Property Journal Blog

1] The invention of the printing press spurred the need to protect authors and publishers from … The post Introduction to Copyright Law appeared first on Chicago-Kent | Journal of Intellectual Property. Journal BlogBy: Adam Grodman I. Introduction to Copyright Law Every day, millions of people interact with copyrighted material. Copyright law has been around since at least 1710, when Britain enacted the Statute of Anne. [1]

Proof of Insurance - Beware of Acord Forms (Adapted from an article to be published in the New York Business Law Journal)

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Banks are often given an ACORD 25 "Certificate" of Liability Insurance and an ACORD 28 "Evidence" of Commercial Property Insurance as proof of insurance. ACORD is an insurance industry trade group that creates forms designed to satisfy the insurance industry, not bank mortgagees or and insurance consumers. An ACORD certificate summarizes information about insurance coverage.

New PatentlyO L.J. Article: The AIA at Ten – How Much Do the Pre-AIA Prior Art Rules Still Matter?

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New Patently-O Law Journal article by Colleen V. In the accompanying PatentlyO Bar Journal article, The AIA at Ten – How Much Does the Pre-AIA Prior Art Regime Still Matter? 2021 Patently-O Patent Law Journal 34.

Getting a Gig: Print Promo Strategy

Art Law Journal

The post Getting a Gig: Print Promo Strategy appeared first on Art Business Journal. Take a look at our comprehensive list of printables you need to promote yourself as an artist! Marketing portfolio freelance advertising

Getting a Gig: Websites

Art Law Journal

The post Getting a Gig: Websites appeared first on Art Business Journal. An artist website should function as the central hub of your career. Make the best of this online portfolio by reading tips from illustrator, Matt Rota.

How Do I License My Creative Design?

Art Law Journal

appeared first on Art Business Journal. Licensing a creative design can provide you with additional income, branding and partnership opportunities. Here we review what licensing is and how to do it. The post How Do I License My Creative Design? Finances licensing freelance

Getting a Gig: Reaching Out

Art Law Journal

The post Getting a Gig: Reaching Out appeared first on Art Business Journal. How do you make your connections? Get clients to see your work by knowing how to write the emails, how to respond, and how to organize who you are contacting.

How To Spot The Scam

Art Law Journal

The post How To Spot The Scam appeared first on Art Business Journal. In today's age, artists are required to be social media savvy. Learn how to keep your guard up and know when you're being scammed into a faulty sale. Marketing social media selling art

Preparing your Artist Network for New Opportunities

Art Law Journal

The post Preparing your Artist Network for New Opportunities appeared first on Art Business Journal. Developing an artist network builds camaraderie within your local community and enhances the possibility of landing new opportunities.

The Ultimate Guide to Writing an Artist Statement

Art Law Journal

The post The Ultimate Guide to Writing an Artist Statement appeared first on Art Business Journal. When you’re not present to talk about your work in person, your artist statement is your spokesperson. Here's how to get your voice to be heard.

How to Ace Your Creative Job Interview

Art Law Journal

The post How to Ace Your Creative Job Interview appeared first on Art Business Journal. So you've landed an interview for a dream job. Learn more about successfully applying to creative jobs with these proven interview strategies.

Patently-O Bits and Bytes by Juvan Bonni

Patently-O

Drew FitzGerald: Huawei Settles Two Patent Lawsuits It Filed Against Verizon (Source: The Wall Street Journal). Commentary and Journal Articles: Atty.

How An Art Dealer Decides

Art Law Journal

The post How An Art Dealer Decides appeared first on Art Business Journal. We sat down with Gallery Owner MK Semos for her take on making a living in the arts, developing an awesome gallery-program, and why she chooses to take on an artist.

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How to Develop a Buzzworthy Artist Branding Strategy

Art Law Journal

The post How to Develop a Buzzworthy Artist Branding Strategy appeared first on Art Business Journal. Apart from talent, artists require a certain level of “buzz” in order to progress to new levels of recognition in their art careers.

Build an Art Collection that Supports Emerging Artists

Art Law Journal

The post Build an Art Collection that Supports Emerging Artists appeared first on Art Business Journal. Whether or not an artist’s work is selling or being shown extensively shouldn’t be the only factor considered when building an art collection.

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8 Reasons Why You’re Not Successful Selling Artwork

Art Law Journal

The post 8 Reasons Why You’re Not Successful Selling Artwork appeared first on Art Business Journal. Whether or not you manage to sell your artwork is driven not by the product, but what you do with the product. Here are some of the most crucial factors.