Trademarks: The Basics

  Some of this may seem repetitive from my last article, but I wanted a nice concise spot to steer people to the basics of trademark law.    Despite the common vernacular, there is a difference between copyright, trademark, and patent. Copyright protects your art assets, scripts, stories, and code. It takes hold as you

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ACTA: A Treaty by Any Other Name

    Editor’s Note: This article first appeared on Legal As She Is Spoke Grab your pitchforks and torches, folks, it’s time once again for the internet to get angry! It was barely over a week ago that the web went dark in protest of SOPA and PIPA, evoking a grass roots movement unlike any other. Millions of angry citizens called, e-mailed, or petitioned their

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Have a Hart, EA

  Ever wonder how Electronic Arts and the NCAA can make so much money off their video game series and not give a dime to the players the game is based off of? Well as it turns out, so did a few of the players.Ryan Hart, a quarterback playing for Rutgers University, sued Electronic Arts in a New

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