Patent & IP news for July 6, 2012

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Overenforcement of Copyrights from

TweetBy: Mark R. Malek As promised in my last article, I wanted to provide you with an example that I have come across of the overenforcement of copyrights. The articles that I am posting lately...


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Do you know the history of sports phrase trademarks? That’s a clown question, bro! from

This year, at least three sports phrases have made lots of general media headlines: (i) Linsanity; (ii) That’s a clown question, Bro; and (iii) Fear the Brow / Raise the Brow. If you are not ...

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R.I.P ACTA (For Now) from

While North American IP enthusiasts had likely been pre-occupied with the controversy surrounding the stalled American anti-internet piracy bills known as SOPA and PIPA (covered by IP Osgoode here), Europe has been struggling to deal ...

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Talk at Leeds Inventors Group from

I will be giving a talk to the Leeds Inventors Group on the 18 July at 6 pm. The title is "The common problems that many inventors face". The event (at Leeds Central Library) is ...

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ITU To Hold High-Level Talks On “Innovation-Stifling, Rampant” Patent Litigation from

The UN International Telecommunication Union (ITU) today announced it will hold a high-level meeting on the global surge in patent litigation which it said is stifling innovation in information and communications technology.Related Articles:

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