Tag:intellectual property

Five Questions with Emily Wasserman, DGS Associate and Intellectual Property Attorney

This week, we heard from Emily Wasserman, associate and intellectual property attorney at Davis Graham & Stubbs.

Five Questions with Mike Wagner, Lewis Roca Partner and Patent Lawyer

This week, we heard from Mike Wagner, partner and patent lawyer at Lewis Roca focusing on all areas of intellectual property.

Copyright, Contract Law and Intellectual Property Combine in ‘Publishing Law’ Niche Practice Area

Lawyers are often called upon to iron out details in contracts, copyright and intellectual property for books, and sometimes are needed again to negotiate adaptations as the practice continually expands.

Federal Appeals Court Says Famed Artist Warhol Infringed Photographer’s Copyright in Image of Pop Star Prince

Vanity Fair ran the Warhol image created based on Goldsmith’s photo in its Nov. 1984 edition. The magazine credited Goldsmith for the source photograph by including the statement “source photograph © 1984 by Lynn Goldsmith/LGI,” according to a federal district court opinion.

The Legal Work Behind Video Games

According to legal experts, video game law can be challenging as many practice areas overlap and blend together in unusual ways.

Supreme Court Scales Back Equity Doctrine in Patent Cases

A recent Supreme Court decision reaffirmed a long-standing intellectual property doctrine that bars inventors who turn over their patents to others from later claiming the patent is invalid.

In Separation of Powers Ruling, Supreme Court Rejects PTAB System for Patent Disputes and Orders PTO Panel Decisions to be Reviewed by Agency Director

The Supreme Court, applying a doctrine that urges strict separation of authority among the federal government’s three branches, invalidated June 21 a statutory scheme that excludes politically-appointed functionaries from intellectual property disputes.

Cunningham, Perkins Coie patent litigator, confirmed to Federal Circuit

The Senate approved Tiffany Cunningham’s candidacy for a seat on the nation’s intellectual property-focused appellate tribunal.