Hip Hip Hooray!!! Supreme Court Says Cheerleader Uniforms are Protectable under Copyright Law
In what can only be considered good news for fashion designers, the Supreme Court, by a 6-2 vote, held last week that the decorative elements of a cheerleading uniform are [...]
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Attention ROOR Glass Lawsuit Recipients…
As recent news in Florida indicates, even the makers and sellers of bongs—water pipes—aren’t exempt from falling victim to trademark infringement.
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Trademark Infringement News: Counterfeit Goods
In other Florida intellectual property news, the French boutique company Hermes International and Hermes of Paris Inc. recently filed a complaint against several e-commerce stores alleging trademark infringement.
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IP News | Investigating the IP Landscape of Miniaturized Gas Sensors
According to a recent report, efforts to reduce cost, power consumption, and size are driving the development of new gas sensors.
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Who Owns the Streaming Rights to Prince’s Music?
Roc Nation, a full-service entertainment company founded by American rap artist Shawn “Jay Z” Carter, is being sued for copyright infringement by NPG Records and NPG Music Publishing, companies that [...]
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Trade Secrets: Protecting Confidential Information
Although they generally remain unseen (by design!), trade secrets can make significant contributions to the overall value of a given company.
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