Lee Law is pleased to announce the newest look of its blog, Pirated Thoughts.
Michael Lee, on behalf of Levi’s, has commenced a lawsuit against a New York-based counterfeiter.
The IP section of the American Bar Association has published Michael Lee’s article entitled “The Law of YouTubers: The Next Generation of Creators and the Legal Issues They Face.”
Michael Lee was interviewed by The World Trademark Review and chatted about why esports players need to register the trademark for their gamertags. You can read the article here.
The voting must be fixed but Pirated Thoughts won a major award.
Michael Lee will be speaking on two panels and the Imaging Supplies Coalition 2016 Conference on Fraud and Counterfeiting held in San Diego, CA. The conference focuses on combating the widespread problem of counterfeiting related to the production of printers, toner cartridges and many other products in the printing industry. Michael’s panels can be seen
Morrison / Lee’s, Michael Lee, will be speaking on two panels at PAX West about legal issues concerning copyrights, trademarks, YouTube and fair use.
Michael Lee was interviewed by Vocativ and chatted about fair use, FUPA and the ongoing YouTube copyright battles.
Michael Lee is quoted in an article on VentureBeat discussing the tyranny of the first-come, first-serve serve naming system for domains and on social media sites.
Pirated Thoughts and I am featured in a new column on Nerdular discussing the rise of intellectual property issues in “nerd culture”. You can read all about it here.