Intellectual Property Licensing

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While most people do recognize the term "intellectual property," just what does it mean? Intellectual property (IP) is intangible property that is cre ... read more
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Can the IOC Claim Ownership of Athletes Names?
When a manufacturer skiing equipment congratulated US skier Lindsey Vonn on its web site after she won gold, it didn't expect to hear from lawyers about unauthorized and illegal conduct. Uvex Sports sells skiing and bicycling equipment, like eye wear and helmets. It's the US distributor of a Uvex, ... Read more

Company Sues Over Unauthorized Use of Its Fonts
In today's digital world, practically everybody types on a computer for all sorts of reasons, such as writing a report for school, preparing a presentation for your boss, and writing and editing articles for your desktop publishing business. All that typing means we're using fonts. You may not have thought ... Read more

Former College Athletes Sue NCAA over Licensing
Update The federal district court in San Francisco denied the NCAA's request to dismiss the class-action lawsuit challenging their right to use former athletes' images and likenesses on TV commercials, clothes, and video games. The lawsuit claims the NCAA must pay former athletes for such uses. ... Read more

NFL Saints Fight Over the Who Dat Phrase Cheer
The fans of the New Orleans Saints, one of the teams playing in the 2010 installment of the Super Bowl, are collectively known as "Who Dat Nation." What, you say? "Who Dat" is the catch phrase or cheer made popular by Saints fans, and its plastered all over New Orleans - and the state of Louisiana, for ... Read more

Licensing Agreements
While most people do recognize the term "intellectual property," just what does it mean? Intellectual property (IP) is intangible property that is created in someone's mind. Categories include art, literary works, music, inventions, designs, processes and trademarks. Intellectual property has value just ... Read more

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Can AP Apply a 99-Cent-Song Business Model to the News?

Can AP Apply a 99-Cent-Song Business Model to the News? from Citizen Media Law Project http://www.citmedialaw.org/blog/2011/can-ap-apply-99-cent-song-business-model-news Simon W. Johnson swj@swjlawoff ... Read more

Another Reason to Have your Employees Sign Employment Contracts

Taser International v. WardTaser International v. Ward was decided by the Arizona Court of Appeals on May 13, 2010 and it demonstrates what can go wrong when high level employees are not subject to an ... Read more

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