3 Count: Notorious Markets 2022

Plagiarism Today

The companies allege that the services enable piracy by protecting infringing users and even market their products in such a way as to encourage the behavior. The post 3 Count: Notorious Markets 2022 appeared first on Plagiarism Today. Have any suggestions for the 3 Count?

Bull market

Likelihood of Confusion

The post Bull market appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. Are trademark filings really an economic indicator? This is from the Philadelphia Inquirer (via David Ardia, who cites Marty.) Glenn Gundersen. [a] a] trademark and copyright lawyer at.

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MarkIt to Market® - May 2022

JD Supra Law

Thank you for reading the May 2022 issue of Sterne Kessler's MarkIt to Market® newsletter.

Trademarks from a Marketing Perspective

Kashishipr

The role that trademarks play in the marketing of a brand can help us unwind what commercial players and business houses should consider in the development of their brand marketing strategies to best incentivize their assets for better returns.

“Stealth marketing” and IP

Likelihood of Confusion

Eric Goldman writes about the regulation of “Stealth” Marketing, which I talked about in its application to blogs both here, in my dismissal of the blogola non-scandal a couple of. The post “Stealth marketing” and IP appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION

Ensuring Antitrust in Digital Markets

Olartemoure Blog

It is a challenge for the institutional framework, enforcement agencies, and courts to effectively develop their missions, because, even with the current resources, some markets remain unexplored or wrongly understood. What is the approach of antitrust laws in these markets?

A free market moment

Likelihood of Confusion

The post A free market moment appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. Stephen Laniel finds, in trademark law, reason not to throw the whole thing over: The public-health justification for trademark law is pretty clear: if the law defends my product brand.

MarkIt to Market® - December 2021

JD Supra Law

The December 2021 issue of Sterne Kessler's MarkIt to Market® newsletter discusses new enforcement tools courtesy of the Trademark Modernization Act; Pfizer's acquisition of Arena Pharmaceuticals; the latest developments in Canopy Growth's patent infringement suit against GW Pharmaceuticals; and the open gTLD Sunrise period.

US Govt Identifies Top Pirate Sites and Other ‘Notorious Markets’

TorrentFreak

In its yearly “Out-of-Cycle Review of Notorious Markets”, the United States Trade Representative (USTR) lists a few dozen websites said to be involved in piracy or counterfeiting. Neither of them is included in the USTR’s final list of notorious markets.

Understanding your Market As An Illustrator

Art Law Journal

The post Understanding your Market As An Illustrator appeared first on Art Business Journal. Marketing social media portfolio marketThe first step in identifying where your work belongs to ask yourself is: What kind of work do I love? Who is my audience?

CCC Wins Multiple Content Marketing Awards

Velocity of Content

CCC is proud to be recognized for our Velocity of Content blog and podcast in the “Branded Blog” and Branded Podcast” categories as part of PR Daily’s Content Marketing Awards. The post CCC Wins Multiple Content Marketing Awards appeared first on Copyright Clearance Center.

MarkIt to Market® - October 2021

JD Supra Law

The October 2021 issue of Sterne Kessler's MarkIt to Market® newsletter discusses a precedential TTAB decision regarding fraud; the DEA's proposal to increase production quotas for several schedule I controlled substances, including cannabis; and the open gTLD sunrise periods.

MarkIt to Market® - September 2021

JD Supra Law

The September 2021 issue of Sterne Kessler's MarkIt to Market® newsletter discusses a recent non-precedential Trademark Trial and Appeal Board decision regarding intent-to-use applications covering CBD products currently illegal under federal law, and provides cannabis legislation updates.

MarkIt to Market® - November 2021

JD Supra Law

The November 2021 issue of Sterne Kessler's MarkIt to Market® newsletter discusses the emergence of trademark filings for NFTs and a recent ITC patent infringement case regarding imported oil-vape cartridges.

MarkIt to Market® - August 2021

JD Supra Law

The August 2021 issue of Sterne Kessler's MarkIt to Market® newsletter discusses Monster Energy's history of trademark disputes in the context of enhancing brand strength, tips for shortening the pendency of trademark filings at the USPTO, recent cannabis extraction technology litigation, and the new gTLD open sunrise period.

The worst marketing mistake I ever made

Erik K Pelton

Far and away, the worst marketing mistake I ever made was paying money – several thousand dollars – to be on Forbes radio on airplanes more than a decade ago. was the worst marketing mistake I’ve ever made. The post The worst marketing mistake I ever made appeared first on Erik M Pelton & Associates, PLLC. I’ve made many mistakes in business over the years.

MarkIt to Market® - April 2022

JD Supra Law

Thank you for reading the April 2022 issue of Sterne Kessler's MarkIt to Market® newsletter. This month, we discuss two ongoing administrative legal challenges to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's policies on cannabis.

MarkIt to Market® – March 2022

JD Supra Law

Thank you for reading the March 2022 issue of Sterne Kessler's MarkIt to Market® newsletter. We are excited to celebrate over 100 issues of MarkIt to Market®!

Why is Market Research Important for Patent Protection?

Kashishipr

In the present highly competitive business environment, understanding the market trends well is imperative for the development, and eventually, the success of a particular product or service. Now let’s talk about the second type of market research, i.e., qualitative market research.

Senate Judiciary Moves Open App Markets Act Forward

IP Watchdog

2710, the Open App Markets Act. On February 3, during an Executive Business Meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) proposed several amendments on the markup of S. The bill would apply existing U.S.

MarkIt to Market® - May 2022: gTLD Sunrise Period Now Open

JD Supra Law

As first reported in our December 2013 newsletter, the first new generic top-level domains (gTLDs, the group of letters after the "dot" in a domain name) have launched their "Sunrise" registration periods.

Digging Into the Government’s Online News Act Claims, Part Two: This is “Minimal Market Intervention”?!

Michael Geist

The government has started its defence of Bill C-18 , the Online News Act, in the House of Commons with claims that it simply requires compensation for use of news content and adopts a “minimal market intervention” approach.

MarkIt to Market® – February 2022

JD Supra Law

Thank you for reading the February 2022 issue of Sterne Kessler's MarkIt to Market® newsletter. This month, we discuss trademark rights in relation to appropriation art, including NFTs, and provide an update on cannabis extraction technology case Canopy Growth v. GW Pharma.

MarkIt to Market® - January 2022

JD Supra Law

We’re excited to share the January 2022 issue of Sterne Kessler's MarkIt to Market® newsletter in a newly updated format. Happy New Year! This month’s articles discuss the Pantone Color Institute's 2022 Color of the Year – including how brands can memorably link color to brand identity.

The Market Value of Chinatown’s Culture

IPilogue

Founded in 2016, Los Angeles-based streetwear brand formerly known as Chinatown Market offers everything you’d need to fit in on Fairfax Avenue. After noticing Chinatown Market’s silence, Julian Han Bush created an online petition for Chinatown Market to rebrand.

Potential Pitfalls When Using Music in Social Media Marketing

JD Supra Law

Do trade secrets matter? It is not at all clear if you ask the stock market

The IPKat

What happens when trade secrets meet the stock market? But what if markets didn’t really care about IP? My co-author Professor Andy Vivian and I are trying to better understand IP’s role by analysing the market reaction to the theft of a company’s trade secrets.

MarkIt to Market® - June 2022: PSA: Scammers Gonna Scam

JD Supra Law

This is not our first warning about trademark scams, and (sadly) it will surely not be our last, but it bears repeating that trademark owners should be extremely wary of any unexpected communications (email, text, snail mail) relating to your trademark assets – particularly communications requesting payment of fees.

Central Role of IP and Marketing in Business Design

azrights

There was no real marketing or business guidance. I’ve since realised that branding needs to be a multi-disciplinary exercise involving marketing as well as graphic design skills, although graphic design is the last discipline to engage with.

MarkIt to Market® - July 2021

JD Supra Law

[co-author: Richa Patel, Summer Associate] The July 2021 issue of Sterne Kessler's MarkIt to Market® newsletter discusses fluid trademarks and the Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act.

Can Teaming IBM’s blockchain with Spangenberg’s IPwe Turn Patents Into a Trillion-Dollar Market?

IP Close Up

IBM and IPwe, believe that NFTs, Non-Fungible Tokens – one-of-a-kind limited digital editions – can transform stagnant patent monetization into a trillion dollar market.

Patent Enforcement in the Cannabis Industry – Litigation Heats Up as Competitors Jockey for Market Position

JD Supra Law

The industry can expect more of the same as competitors fight for market share in a business ripe for explosion. The buzz of the cannabis industry has brought with it significant competition.

MarkIt to Market® – February 2022: Watching the Pot™

JD Supra Law

Is Canopy Growth v. GW Pharma Headed to the Federal Circuit?

Copyright in the Digital Single Market: a taster

WIPO Magazine

Eleonora Rosati, author of Copyright in the Digital Single Market, offers a taster of her article-by-article commentary of the the EU Digital Single Market Directive, which seeks to make EU copyright fit for the digital single market

Internal Market Committee endorses agreement on Digital Services Act

Kluwer Copyright Blog

Last month, the Internal Market Committee of the European Parliament endorsed the provisional agreement previously reached with EU governments on the Digital Services Act (DSA). Photo by Paul Felberbauer on Unsplash.

EMA CHMP Recommends Grant of Marketing Authorization for Three Biosimilars

LexBlog IP

On June 23, 2022, CHMP recommended the grant of a marketing authorization for RANIVISIO (ranibizumab) to Midas Pharma GmbH. On the same day, CHMP also recommended grant of a marketing authorization for VEGZELMA (bevacizumab) to Celltrion Healthcare Hungary Kft.

A more robust internal licensing market would boost China’s IP development

IAM Magazine

Analysis Analysis: Market Market Developments Patents Strategy Technology Licensing Transactions ValuationSaturday Opinion: Recent signs point toward more patent licensing negotiations between Chinese tech companies. That’s good news for the country’s IP system.

Commercializing the Personalities of the Dead: The Dangers of the Posthumous Market

IPilogue

This presents a concern with the growing posthumous market and the commercialization of personality rights and potentially, of individuals’ digital assets used to “revive” the dead. . UneeQ, a New Zealand-based software company, markets “digital humans” for enhanced online customer service.

IP could become a $100 billion premium market, says Aon CEO

IAM Magazine

Analysis Analysis: Market Finance Market Developments Transactions ValuationGreg Case has been bullish about the sector for a while and if he is right it could finally mean the birth of the asset class so many have been waiting for.

Vidal confirmation calms market outlook on Biden patent policy

IAM Magazine

Analysis Data FRAND Market Developments SEPsAfter getting a chance to hear from the US president’s pick to lead the USPTO, respondents to IAM’s insight panel swung from negative to neutral.