From Barbie to cereal to a tattoo, a copyright lawsuit can get contentious; some have even reached the Supreme Court 1. S. Victor Whitmill v. Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. In the recent movie The Hangover Part II, Stu Price, a strait-laced dentist played by actor Ed Helms, wakes up after a night of ...
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Evergreen trees have held a special place in celebrating the winter solstice. To mark the shortest day of the year and the official start of winter, people in pre-Christian Europe hung evergreen boughs over doors and windows, as a talisman to keep away evil and a symbol of ...
EXPLORING THE BEAUTY INDUSTRY’S LACK OF LEGAL PROTECTION WHEN IT COMES TO MATTERS OF THE BODY In 2015, the L.A. based make-up artist and photographer Vlada Haggerty posted an image to her Instagram that even those unfamiliar with the Instagram beauty community have likely come across in some capacity by now: ...
Intellectual property issues often are among the most important considerations that a technology startup will encounter. A startup will face numerous issues involving developing a product, hiring qualified employees, raising capital, and more. With all of these issues, intellectual property can feel distracting, expensive, or contrary to the goals of ...
To determine TIME’s annual unranked list, we consider hundreds of inventions from around the world. In the past, we’ve featured everything from the floating lightbulb to the desktop DNA lab. Here, the 25 inventions that made this year’s cut....
Jamely García Cañizalez Lawyer Abstract Even when the trade secret is a legal institute regulated mainly by Intellectual Property laws, on practice the owner of the protected information can use the mechanisms established in the unfair competition legislation in order to punish acts which violate ...
Carlos Pulcha Guerra Lawyer If a holder of a registered trademark detects that, a similar sign appeared on the Official Gazette within the 30 days after the publication, the Argentinean IP law permits the filing of an opposition action to prevent the granting of a ...