The only thing popping up more than wild Pidgeys are look-a-like Pokémon apps but are these apps gonna catch a lawsuit from Nintendo and Niantic?
Professors Swift and Kanye teach us all about privacy law and recording private conversations.
Disney has a movie on the way named “Gigantic” but a brewery using the same name for its beer has a big problem with Disney’s attempt to trademark the term.
Wrigley, the candy company behind Skittles, is opposing the trademark registration for a sex toy named SKITTLE claiming the adult mark is tarnishing its image.
Another week, another HBO trademark battle with someone trying to register a mark containing GAME OF (INSERT ANY WORD HERE). Yesterday, HBO filed its opposition to the GAME OF DRONES trademark registered in connection with a proposed television show about drones and using drone footage. You can’t throw a ball into the air without hitting
Marvel is in a battle to try to register its AVENGERS trademark but the watch company Breitling is standing in its way.
Is Kayne’s West new video, “Famous,” featuring look-a-likes of many celebrities protected free speech or is it violating the celebrities’ publicity rights?
Michael Lee was interviewed by Vocativ and chatted about fair use, FUPA and the ongoing YouTube copyright battles.
Malibu Media, a porn company known for suing illegal downloaders, is suing its former law firm for ditching it mid-litigation and withholding settlement funds.
Lucasfilm has opposed a trademark of an app creator whose company’s name and logo are heavily influenced by Star Wars and the Rebel Alliance.