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Temporary Restraining Orders To Enforce Intellectual Property Rights At Trade Shows: An Empirical Study, Marketa Trimble 2018 Brooklyn Law School

Temporary Restraining Orders To Enforce Intellectual Property Rights At Trade Shows: An Empirical Study, Marketa Trimble

Brooklyn Law Review

Infringements of intellectual property (IP) rights by exhibitors at trade shows (also called trade fairs or exhibitions), such as infringements committed through exhibitions of or offers to sell infringing products, can be extremely damaging to IP right owners because of the wide exposure that trade shows provide for infringing IP; the promotion of the infringing IP and the contacts made by infringers at trade shows can facilitate further infringements after a trade show that can be very difficult for IP right owners to prevent. IP right owners therefore seek to obtain emergency injunctive relief to stop trade show infringements immediately ...


Fair Use Avoidance In Music Cases, Edward Lee 2018 Chicago-Kent College of Law

Fair Use Avoidance In Music Cases, Edward Lee

Boston College Law Review

This Article provides the first empirical study of fair use in cases involving musical works. The major finding of the study is surprising: despite the relatively high number of music cases decided under the 1976 Copyright Act, no decisions have recognized non-parody fair use of a musical work to create another musical work, except for a 2017 decision involving the copying of a narration that itself contained no music (and therefore might not even constitute a musical work). Thus far, no decision has held that copying musical notes or elements is fair use. Moreover, very few music cases have even ...


Around Campus, 2018 DePaul University

Around Campus

DePaul Magazine

Reburying the Dead: Returning control of ancient remains to Native American tribes; Communicating Climate Change: DePaul professor discusses effective ways to connect with skeptical and disengaged audiences; The Great Mind of Michael Shannon


Multinational Efforts To Limit Intellectual Property Income Shifting: The Oecd’S Base Erosion And Profit Shifting (Beps) Project, Jeffrey Maine 2018 University of Maine School of Law

Multinational Efforts To Limit Intellectual Property Income Shifting: The Oecd’S Base Erosion And Profit Shifting (Beps) Project, Jeffrey Maine

Science and Technology Law Review

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Toward A Knowledge-Based Economy: Tpp And Thailand’S Experience And Concerns, Apinya Bunditwuthisagul 2018 University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce

Toward A Knowledge-Based Economy: Tpp And Thailand’S Experience And Concerns, Apinya Bunditwuthisagul

Science and Technology Law Review

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Beyond Tpp: Legal Reform For Financing Intellectual Property And Innovation In Vietnam, Xuan-Thao Nguyen 2018 Indiana University, McKinney School of Law

Beyond Tpp: Legal Reform For Financing Intellectual Property And Innovation In Vietnam, Xuan-Thao Nguyen

Science and Technology Law Review

No abstract provided.


From Tpp To University: Transforming Technology Transfer, Hamid Piroozi 2018 Indiana University, McKinney School of Law

From Tpp To University: Transforming Technology Transfer, Hamid Piroozi

Science and Technology Law Review

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Criminal Sanctions And The Tpp: Section 18.77, Shawn Marie Boyne 2018 Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis

Criminal Sanctions And The Tpp: Section 18.77, Shawn Marie Boyne

Science and Technology Law Review

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Ip Enforcement Under The Tpp: Civil And Administrative Procedures And Remedies, Provisional Measures In Tpp (Articles 18.71–18.76), J. Janewa Osei-Tutu 2018 Florida International University

Ip Enforcement Under The Tpp: Civil And Administrative Procedures And Remedies, Provisional Measures In Tpp (Articles 18.71–18.76), J. Janewa Osei-Tutu

Science and Technology Law Review

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Trademark Boundaries: The Geography Of Non-Conventional Marks, Constance R. Lindman 2018 Indiana University, McKinney School of Law

Trademark Boundaries: The Geography Of Non-Conventional Marks, Constance R. Lindman

Science and Technology Law Review

No abstract provided.


Copyright, Rights Management, And The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Best Practices, Cole Davis 2018 Southern Methodist University

Copyright, Rights Management, And The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Best Practices, Cole Davis

Science and Technology Law Review

No abstract provided.


Trade Secrets, Safe Harbors, And International Trade, Walter K. Robinson 2018 Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law

Trade Secrets, Safe Harbors, And International Trade, Walter K. Robinson

Science and Technology Law Review

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Patents, Industrial Designs, And The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Articles 18.37–18.46 And 18.55–18.56, David O. Taylor, Aaron Pirouznia 2018 Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law

Patents, Industrial Designs, And The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Articles 18.37–18.46 And 18.55–18.56, David O. Taylor, Aaron Pirouznia

Science and Technology Law Review

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Much Ado About The Tpp’S Effect On Pharmaceuticals, Emily Michiko Morris 2018 University of Maine

Much Ado About The Tpp’S Effect On Pharmaceuticals, Emily Michiko Morris

Science and Technology Law Review

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Thinking About The Trans-Pacific Partnership (And A Mega-Regional Agreement On Life Support), Peter K. Yu 2018 Texas A&M University School of Law

Thinking About The Trans-Pacific Partnership (And A Mega-Regional Agreement On Life Support), Peter K. Yu

Science and Technology Law Review

No abstract provided.


Foreword, Xuan-Thao Nguyen 2018 Southern Methodist University

Foreword, Xuan-Thao Nguyen

Science and Technology Law Review

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Front Matter, 2018 Southern Methodist University

Front Matter

Science and Technology Law Review

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Illustrating A Technical Manual: Copyright And Fair Use In A Real World Professional Context, Karyn Hinkle 2018 University of Kentucky

Illustrating A Technical Manual: Copyright And Fair Use In A Real World Professional Context, Karyn Hinkle

Library Faculty and Staff Publications

This lesson was developed for students preparing to enter professional practice who were assigned to write and/or illustrate a technical howto manual on a topic of their choice (how to put on ski boots, draw blood, use a fitness tracking app, etc.). The teaching librarian conducts a class session on finding and creating images to illustrate the manuals and teaches differences between using copyrighted and non-copyrighted images. The students work on finding images in the public domain, creating their own images, and incorporating copyrighted images via Creative Commons licenses and the principle of fair use. Librarians can teach this ...


Our 19th Century Patent System, Gregory Reilly 2018 Maurer School of Law: Indiana University

Our 19th Century Patent System, Gregory Reilly

IP Theory

The patent system is in flux. Concerns abound about the imperfect fit between traditional patent rights and the Information Age, excessive numbers of patents, overbroad patent rights, poor patent quality, and allegedly exploitative actors, like so-called “patent trolls.” In response, courts, commentators, and Congress have proposed, debated, and sometimes adopted a series of reforms and changes to patent rights, patent doctrines, and patent institutions. The America Invents Act of 2011 (AIA) introduced the most significant changes to the patent system since 1952 and was even described by one commentator (hyperbolically, as we will see) as “the most significant overhaul to ...


Linking On The Internet And Copyright Liability – A Clarion Call For Doctrinal Clarity And Legal Certainty, Cheng Lim SAW 2018 Singapore Management University

Linking On The Internet And Copyright Liability – A Clarion Call For Doctrinal Clarity And Legal Certainty, Cheng Lim Saw

Research Collection School Of Law

Prompted by the decisions of the CJEU in Svensson and GS Media, this paper attempts to unmask the potential copyright liability of an internet user who engages in hyperlinking, framing and/or inline linking from a principled and conceptually coherent perspective. The overall discourse in this paper will be guided by the following two questions:1.Do these forms of online activity constitute acts of communication (or making available) in the first instance?2.Should they fall within the purview of Art. 3(1) of the EU Information Society Directive and be subject to potential primary/direct liability (as opposed ...


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