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Intellectual Property

  • By: Robert Klein
Last week, we discussed how intellectual property theft from China has been called an “emergency” by the Department of Justice. An emergency was declared because trade secret theft siphons off hundreds ofRead More

  • By: Robert Klein
The Department of Justice (DoJ) has called Chinese intellectual property theft a “national security emergency” that has cost American companies hundreds of billions of dollars and two million jobs. AccordingRead More

  • By: Robert Klein
Paramount Pictures recently sued a pair of crowdfunded producers who are attempting to release the first independent Star Trek film. The project, which reportedly has the backing of former Star Trek actor George Takei,Read More

  • By: Robert Klein
A federal judge has ruled Warner/Chappell Music does not own the copyright to “Happy Birthday”, one of the most famous songs ever created. It would be difficult to find people who haveRead More

  • By: Robert Klein
Gearbox Software has reached a settlement with 3D Realms Entertainment and its parent company, Interceptor Entertainment, in a trademark lawsuit over the intellectual rights to the Duke Nukem video game franchise. DukeRead More

  • By: Robert Klein
A hearing has been set in the lawsuit against famous rock band Led Zeppelin over allegations they stole the song “Stairway to Heaven”. The lawsuit alleges Led Zeppelin stole theRead More

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During the 1980’s, several tech companies duked it out in court over the first operating systems for personal computers. People alive at the time probably remember Apple’s computers, Lisa andRead More

  • By: Robert Klein
The clothing designers Spirit Clothing Company filed a lawsuit against West Trend for allegedly marketing and selling clothing that contained stitching that was similar to Spirit’s clothing designs. The CaliforniaRead More

  • By: Robert Klein
Former National Football League (NFL) players are taking on the video game company Electronic Arts (EA) for using their likenesses in its Madden NFL football video game series. Former NFLRead More

  • By: Robert Klein
Twenty-two-year-old English musician Sam Smith accidentally infringed on the intellectual property (IP­) of the legendary American musician Tom Petty. Smith alleged that he had never heard of Petty’s 1989 song I Won’t BackRead More

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