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With Innovation Becoming Increasingly Collaborative and Transnational, What Does this Mean for Patents?
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), a specialized agency of the United Nations that provides a global forum for intellectual property policy, services, information, and
Whether or not the design elements of cheerleader uniforms can be copyrighted might, at first glance, seem a bit inconsequential. After all, except for certain graphics, school/team colors, or stitch patterns, cheerleader outfits are all pretty much the same, aren’t they? Not so, says the United States Supreme Court, which recently ruled on a case
A company’s brand is how a consumer views and experiences your business. Everything from the name to the logo shows what your company is about and how you are seen by the world. Many companies don’t do their homework when it comes to branding and end up in a costly battle for intellectual property rights.
November 15, 2016 – Emmy award-winning producer Neil Mandt of MANDT VR shared his views on the state of the emerging field of virtual reality with attendees at an event last week designed to emphasize on where and how content for virtual reality and augmented reality will be generated in the years to come. Presented
One of the most common things I am asked about on a daily basis is “What is the scope of your intellectual property litigation practice?” Well, the answer is simple: Ludwig, APC creates strategies for the efficient resolution of our clients’ disputes, regardless of size and complexity. Our team represents businesses and individuals in state
In the next ten years, the hardware, software, and content associated with virtual reality might very well qualify as “magic,’ under Arthur C. Clarke’s definition. Conservative estimates from Goldman Sachs suggest VR will be an $80 billion business by 2025, while a more aggressive forecast from IDC Worldwide puts the number at $162 billion by