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Tag Archives: intellectual property

‘Flying B’ artist sues NFL over online, televised use

The designer of the Baltimore Ravens’ original “Flying B” logo sued the National Football League’s television network and website Thursday, saying they violated his copyright in the symbol during televised and online tributes to the team’s 1996 draft class and ...

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Law blog roundup

After a day of honoring American presidents, the blog roundup returns to a nation founded on the rule of law. — Will Failing Law Schools make the best-seller list? — Federal judge rules in case of pornography, pirates and (intellectual) ...

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HTC sues Apple in latest round of patent dispute

WILMINGTON, Del. — Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp. is accusing Apple Inc. of violating three patents covering smartphones and other technologies, the latest round in an ongoing dispute between the two companies. HTC filed the latest lawsuit Monday in U.S. ...

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H. Ward Classen: Unlocking Hidden Value in Intellectual Property

As corporations seek to generate increased revenue and profit, they often overlook the hidden value within their existing assets. Specifically, many corporations fail to recognize the intrinsic value of their intellectual property. Savvy in-house counsel can help unlock that value ...

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Md. intellectual property lawyers talk Charlie Sheen trademarks

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has received 16 applications for some variation of the term “tiger blood” since early March. A company connected to actor Charlie Sheen filed its application on March 19. (Incidentally, “Tigers Blood” and “Tiger’s Blood” ...

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Motorola Mobility sues TiVo over DVR patents

NEW YORK — Motorola Mobility Inc. is suing TiVo Inc., alleging that TiVo’s signature digital video recorder set-top boxes use technology patented by Motorola. “We pride ourselves on our strong R&D (research and development) and intellectual property and will move ...

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