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Banksy copyright is removed from his works to make greeting cards
Banksy lost the rights to several of his works for refusing to reveal his identity. Now, the images he created to criticize the system will be sold as birthday cards and the like.
Editorial seeks to patent 'Kimetsu no Yaiba' clothing patterns, but only manages to protect 3
Shueisha, owner of the animated series "Demon Slayer," was approved only by three of the six clothing patterns they were seeking to register.
Mexico accuses cultural appropriation of Zara, Anthropologie and Patowl brands
The Ministry of Culture asked for explanations for the copying of different textile designs from indigenous communities.
Steve Wozniak to Go to Trial: Apple Co-Founder Faces Lawsuit for Intellectual Property and Copyright Theft
A business professor accuses Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak of stealing the idea of creating a technology school called 'Woz' and demands millionaire compensation.
Google sued for 'pirating' Mexican movies on YouTube
Spanish producer Carlos Vasallo filed the lawsuit against the two Alphabet companies in Florida.
At last the designs of indigenous peoples will be protected against plagiarism!
In the last 10 years, at least 23 clothing brands have misappropriated typical creations of indigenous peoples.
The Top 10 Industries to License Your New Product Ideas in 2021
Where to target your creativity this year.
How and Why Startups Must Protect Their Intellectual Property at All Costs
While that's true that execution matters more, a great idea is always at the core of successful startups. Those ideas are worth protecting.
Free Webinar | Jan. 13: What Entrepreneurs Should Know About Intellectual Property Rights
Join our experts as they discuss what new entrepreneurs need to know about intellectual property-no matter their budget or company size.
Practical Guidance on Protecting Trade Secrets While Working Remotely
These intellectual property lawyers explain best practices you can use to keep your trade secrets secret while you and your employees work outside the office.
Can 'degrading or offensive' marks really be registered?
A few weeks ago, the internet exploded against an influencer who promoted a mezcal brand with inappropriate words.
Free On-Demand Webinar: How to Set the Legal Framework for Your Startup
Join Jim Gatto, partner at Sheppard Mullin, as he discusses trademarking products, protecting intellectual property and more.