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Copyright Law DMCA - Do You Own Your Car (Or Tractor)?

There are some interesting developments going on in the world of Copyright Law, specifically, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). The DMCA was passed in the 90s ostensibly to protect against hackers breaking digital locks or protection on so… Read More
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Keep Track of Your Trademarks

Even big entities like Sony sometimes forget to keep track of their trademarks. Sony has filed a Petition to Revive its trademark application for BloodBorne it registered on an intent to use basis for computer games. Sony claims that its reason for l… Read More
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Copyright/Trademark and Fashion

The Wall Street Journal recently wrote an article about intellectual property protection as it relates to the fashion industry. There are a few things to keep in mind when fashion and IP law intersect. First, you cannot copyright a fashion design in… Read More
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Floating City and Communal IP

I read this story this morning and found it interesting for the prominence given to IP issues. Apparently there are designs in the works for a floating city off the coast of San Francisco. The Seasteading Institute has created a plan based roughly on… Read More
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Trademark Extortion

This is an article that I think is of real relevance to this blog. It’s author is Professor Ken Port, past winner of the LADAS award which is presented to the best article concerning trademark law in the world. I was a research assistant to Pro… Read More
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Categories: Articles, Trademark Law

Bit of a self plug today. Here is a link to my recently published article in the William Mitchell College of Law Intellectual Property Research Series. The premise of the article is that the music industry should allow music to be rented again as it… Read More
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