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Intellectual Property, Patents
By Fred Tong / March 5, 2021

The “Nemesis” Patent

As I’ve mentioned before, my generation is probably the first to be raised on video games. As a lifelong video game...

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04/12/2021 at 8:19pm
IBM is spinning off at least some of their IT services business. That means another poorly named tech company. But, kyndryl may not be the worst - as this article points out, there are so many poor ones already.

#branding #trademarks #tech #IBM #kyndryl

https://t.co/7tJEKAblPN
04/09/2021 at 4:05pm
Surprising probably no one, Nike and MSCHF have settled the dispute over Satan's shoes. Not going to lie, I wanted the spectacle of arguing over Satan's shoes having a drop of blood in the sole...

#nike #mschf #trademarklaw #branding #marketing #dilution

https://t.co/Jiqw3shZUD
04/08/2021 at 6:58pm
Deshaun Watson's woes hit him where it really hurts, the pocket book

https://t.co/nBIg2MHhC6
04/05/2021 at 2:05pm
The Supreme Court just handed down a major copyright case ruling. It's important to remember that the different branches of IP overlap and that software can be a copyrighted and not just patented.

#copyrightlaw #scotus #google #oracle #copyright #java

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04/02/2021 at 2:44pm
That was fast, but round 1 has been won by Nike. Typically, the arguments and evidence must be pretty strong to get a temporary restraining order. So Satan might have to RIP.

#Nike #Branding #trademarks

https://t.co/yJbSxBGnci
03/31/2021 at 4:11pm
The intersection of UCLA’s Final Four run, business and law. Also, $12 million is a lot of money. Go Bruins! #UCLA #Nike #marketing #branding #finalfour #underarmour https://t.co/pv0Red3huA