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In evaluating copyright infringement, courts generally test whether two games have the same “idea” or something more in common. The author contends that we must go further, separately determining the uncopyrightable rules of the game.
Steve Chang walks through the issues and outcomes in the lawsuits filed by former collegiate athletes currently making waves in the business of college sports.
There is great power in verb-based prose. Great writers fashion their styles around action verbs and avoid too many constructions of the verb “to be.”
Readers get an overview of online agreements and the issues associated with content geared toward (or information collected from) children.
This article outlines the several important ways post-grant reviews differ from other types of contested proceedings established under the AIA for challenging issued patents.
What’s an eight-letter word for unused trademarks that the USPTO would like to clear from its records; also a South Dakota city that spawned a successful HBO show? Test your IP vocabulary with our IP Crossword.
The board game industry is enjoying a surge in popularity and revenues, but board games occupy an unusual niche in intellectual property law. Developers and publishers need to be cognizant of what kinds of IP protection are and are not available.
Landslide® magazine speaks with three in-house IP attorneys from companies in the gaming industry.