Monthly Archives: November 2010

Legal Options for File-Sharing Defendants

This is a nonexclusive list of initial legal options for defendants and potential defendants in file-sharing lawsuits.  The article is directed towards individuals who have receive a notice from their ISP (Internet Service Provider) that information associated with that individual’s … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a File Sharing Lawsuit

Law firms, in conjunction with copyright holders of movies (both blockbusters and duds), have been filing lawsuits by the thousands against potential copyright infringers. Or rather, a handful of lawsuits have been filed against thousands of people in just a … Continue reading

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Benefits of Trademark Registration

Why do big companies like, let’s say Yahoo!, bother registering their trademarks with the federal government? You’ve likely seen  those little marks that appear next to logos, brand names, slogans and the like.  You can probably spot one right now … Continue reading

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Helpful Legal Resources!

These sites provide a good overview of Intellectual Property and Technology Law USPTO (United States Patent & Trademark Office) — Research and apply for  federal trademark and patent registration.  USPTO Trademark registration fees start at $325. United States Copyright Office — … Continue reading

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