I’ve been asked about this often from clients in certain industries, particularly in the furniture industry: How can we stop competitors from copying our product design?
         
Trade dress refers to protection for the totality of elements of a pr...

There are recent developments in the copyright space. The U.S. Supreme Court has confirmed that copyright owners can only sue for infringement after the copyright has been registered with the U.S. Copyright Office. Lawsuits filed without a registration will be dismisse...

I'm often asked this question: "Does Sharing A Link To Online Content Amount To Copyright Infringement?"

In short, the answer is (and should remain) no. Here is a good discussion of the issue.

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) provides a safe harbor from copyright infringement liability for "online service providers", broadly defined as any “provider of online services or network access". To take advantage of the safe harbor provisions of the DMC...

It is important for business owners to protect their intellectual property. Intellectual property (IP) refers to the intangible, often creative, parts of your business, such as symbols, business logos, designs, inventions, and written works. IP law provides legal prote...

Intellectual Property

Does your business own intellectual property (IP), like registered trademarks or patents? Trademark registrations expire, but can be renewed. Patents also expire. You should know when your IP registrations expire and be prepared to renew the regist...

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