- Does this ketchup bottle remind you of something?
Recently, my wife and I welcomed a baby girl. As I started thinking about her future, I couldn’t help but think about what technology tools will be available for the next generation of IP professionals.
- This copyright infringement lawsuit may be the "most quintessential digital-age influencer era legal battle" ever.
- Tiffany's recently brought their trademark blue to the streets of NYC.
Nehal Madhani, Alt Legal's founder and CEO, and Hannah Samendinger, Alt Legal's GC, will both be speaking at the Career Development Day at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the International Trademark Association in Seattle.
- A patent analysis conducted by Yale revealed that women are less likely to have their patent applications approved than men. The approval gap narrows when the patent examiner cannot readily determine gender from the inventor's name.
- Gamers may have found hints about the Nintendo Switch and a new "Pokémon Rumble" game in Nintendo's trademark applications.
- Apple wants you to be able to fight zombies and hang glide while in their self-driving cars.
- Advocates of the Music Modernization Act believe the legislation will benefit the music industry as a whole and increase fairness for independent musicians.
A photographer who received threats from Duran Duran's representatives to get him to sign over the rights to his photographs has started a blockchain based company for creative types.
CHICAGO and NEW YORK, March 12, 2018 -- CNA today announced that it has named IP docketing provider Alt Legal, Inc. as the newest member of its Allied Vendor Program.
Knock It Off
- Vivenne Westwood, who has taken others to court for alleged copyright and trademark infringement, apologized to two designers over Instagram for using their designs without permission because her company "got caught up in a last-minute frenzy."
A recent fallout between restaurant owners highlights the problem with putting your name on a restaurant.
Canada is getting closer, slowly but surely, to implementing new trademark laws.