There is so much going on in the Internet space that I have compiled some of the most interesting happenings of June. They all link to more info. Please read, enjoy and let me know if you want me to… Read More ›
As a trademark owner you have an obligation to “police” your trademark. What does that mean? You are responsible for finding and addressing infringement of your trademark rights. (Copyright holders have a similar obligation.) A major part of policing or… Read More ›
What is a gTLD? gTLD stands for generic top-level domain and is an Internet extension such as “.COM,” “.NET” or “.ORG.” Right now there are a little over two dozen gTLDs, but soon, there could be hundreds. The Internet Corporation for… Read More ›
Tired of illegal file sharing of copyrighted works, the Center for Copyright Information (“CCI”) and its partners, the Recording Industry Association of America (“RIAA”), Motion Picture Association of America (“MPAA”), and leading U.S. Internet Service Providers (“ISPs”) began implementing the Copyright… Read More ›
There has been a lot of speculation as to whether or not Martin Lawrence or those associated with his show Martin will sue Trinidad James for copyright infringement. Rumor has it Martin is not happy with the similarities between Trinidad James’ persona and Martin’s character Jerome from… Read More ›
Could a Senate Bill Mean Trouble for the Budget Conscious Fashionista and the “Trickle Down Trend”??
Designers have been vying for a way to protect the creativity and innovation reflected in their collections each season. The recent Louboutin v. YSL case is a great example. However, many designers are not so lucky. BUT, do we as… Read More ›
Personal Keepsakes, Inc. v. PersonalizationMall, No. 11 C 5177, Slip Op. (N.D. Ill. May 24, 2012) (Kendall, J.) is a great cautionary tale for small businesses and other copyright owners. Make sure you sufficiently protect your investment. Make sure your… Read More ›