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Using patented technology without licensing can get a company into trouble even if it operates in a foreign country. Foreign organizations can be sued in a local court. Language barriers do not complicate matters for companies that believe their intellectual property rights have been violated. They can seek the assistance of professional translators to translate documents that strengthen their case.
Posted by Sophia Williams on 11.24.14 in Intellectual Prop - Patent Law. (CA)
Companies that believe their technology is new and non-obvious should protect their ideas by filing for a patent. Competitors that use their technical developments without their permission can get in trouble for violating IP rights even if they are based in a foreign country. IRobot has filed a lawsuit against European companies for infringing its patents. The translation of its patents and other technical documents enable the American company to present the case in a German court.
Posted by Sophia Williams on 9.21.14 in Intellectual Prop - Patent Law. (CA)
Companies that believe their technology is new and non-obvious should protect their ideas by filing for a patent. Competitors that use their technical developments without their permission can get in trouble for violating IP rights even if they are based in a foreign country. IRobot has filed a lawsuit against European companies for infringing its patents. The translation of its patents and other technical documents enable the American company to present the case in a German court.
Posted by Sophia Williams on 9.21.14 in Intellectual Prop - Patent Law. (CA)
Defendants created a musical play which is a dramatization about the Four Seasons and the lives of its members. Defendants used, without authorization, a seven-second clip from the Ed Sullivan Show in which Ed Sullivan introduced the band Four Seasons. Plaintiff sued Defendants for copyright infringement and district court granted summary judgment in favor of Defendant. Ninth Circuit held: This was fair use because the clip had historical significance and Defendants imbued it with new meaning.
Posted by Robin Mashal on 3.11.13 in Intellectual Prop.
The annual conference, now in its eleventh year, will be held at the Law School on Friday, October 26, 2012, offering a series of panels and discussions on new and important works by noted IP practitioners, in recognition of the critical intersection between IP practice and policy.
Posted by Sandra Derian on 10.12.12 in Intellectual Prop - Intellectual Prop.
TOPIC: The Complexity of IP Policy -- In Washington, Geneva, Brussels and Beijing On September 25, 2012, the GGU IP Law Center will host Professor Justin Hughes at the 5th Annual Distinguished IP Law Speaker Series event. Justin Hughes teaches intellectual property, international trade, and internet law at Cardozo Law School. Since November 2009, Professor Hughes has also served as Senior Advisor to the Undersecretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property. In that capacity he leads many of the United States' delegations at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).
Posted by Sandra Derian on 9.12.12 in Intellectual Prop - Intellectual Prop. (CA)
What’s the value of a word? Amid the barrage of headlines concerning Facebook’s initial public offering, one seemingly harmless four-letter word has been causing a very different kind of legal commotion. The word: Like.
Posted by Deborah Brousseau on 6.13.12 in Intellectual Prop - Intellectual Prop.
One can hardly check the daily news feed from their favorite syndicators without encountering yet another high profile intellectual property headline. Whether it’s a breaking story about the NFL cracking down on counterfeiters, or the April 18th U.S. Supreme Court ruling regarding a dissatisfied patent applicant’s ability to introduce new evidence, intellectual property related lawsuits dominate headlines.
Posted by Deborah Brousseau on 5.3.12 in Intellectual Prop - Intellectual Prop.
The Fourth Annual Distinguished IP Speaker Series to be Held April 5, 2012 On April 5, 2012, the GGU IP Law Center will host Professor Mark Lemley at the 4th Annual Distinguished IP Law Speaker Series event. Lemley, the William H. Neukom Professor at Stanford Law School, is one of the most prominent and prolific IP scholars in the U.S. He also serves as Director of the Stanford Program in Law, Science, and Technology, and is a partner in the SF IP litigation boutique, Durie Tangri LLP. Professor Lemley will lecture on the topic of “Why Do Juries Decide Whether Patents are Valid?”.
Posted by Sandra Derian on 3.6.12 in Intellectual Prop.
Trademark Law Treaty by Michael D. Stewart, Esq. Law Offices of Michael D. Stewart, 200 SE 1st St, Suite 701, Miami, Florida 33131. 305-590-8909. www.TheMiamiLaw.
Posted by Michael Stewart on 1.23.12 in Intellectual Prop - Intellectual Prop.