Topic: Copyright Infringement

5 IP Issues to Watch in 2014

How to get a better handle on the issues that will shape the intellectual property landscape in the coming year? Read what experts are writing on JD Supra: 1. Patent trolls: The debate over patent trolls – non-practicing entities that file lawsuits in an attempt to collect licensing fees on technologies that they themselves do not… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Crowdfunding Portals, FCPA Charges, President Obama, TCPA Filings

150 years ago today, the International Red Cross was formed in Geneva. Happy birthday! Running a crowdfunding portal isn’t for the faint of heart… (Brian Korn at Pepper Hamilton) Diebold just agreed to pay the SEC and the DOJ $48 million to settle criminal charges of violating the FCPA… (Max Chester, Pamela Johnston, and David… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Whistleblower Lawsuits, Patent Trolls, Argentinian Shale, China Trademarks

Monday morning blues? The JD Supra Corporate Brief – along with a good cup of coffee and a cherry danish – will put that smile back on your face: The SEC will pay an unidentified whistleblower $14 million for a tip that recovered substantial investor funds… (Latham & Watkins) What’s new in the fight against… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: White House, Unauthorized IP, Stem Cells, Broadcast TV

Stop right there: on this day in 1914, the first electric traffic light was installed in Cleveland, Ohio… The White House has to act quickly to correct a recent “dangerous” ruling from the ITC on standard-essential patents… (Orrick) Unauthorized IP in your supply chain can be costly… (White & Case) The OECD wants to change… Read more »

Canada Revises Copyright Law – You Should Know…

“Copyright reform in Canada has, after a decade of effort, finally moved towards implementation. On November 7, 2012, pursuant to an Order in Council, many provisions of the Copyright Modernization Act … came into force.” (Bennett Jones) It’s been a long time coming, but the first sections of the Canada’s revised copyright law – approved… Read more »