Need some good reading material? Here’s a quick recap of the top IP news stories and hot topics in IP we loved diving into the past month!
- “Recently, several organizations have risen to the challenge of demystifying intellectual property, situating it within an entrepreneurial context, and expanding our understanding of who is considered an innovator.” – Who Is Intellectual Property For? Inside The Movement To Democratize IP, Forbes
- “During an investigation, which you can read more about here, Apple determined that he had transferred around 24GB of “highly problematic” data to his wife’s laptop via AirDrop and had also taken circuit boards and a server from the company’s autonomous vehicle lab.” – Engineer admits he stole trade secrets while working on the Apple Car, The Verge
- “Usain Bolt, still the world record holder in two of track’s biggest events, has applied for a trademark of his iconic victory pose, an image as readily identifiable with him as the Jumpman is with Michael Jordan.” – Usain Bolt files trademark application for his iconic victory pose, The Washington Post
- “The CCB Claim, brought by Paramount Pictures Corp (“Paramount”) last week, alleges that JMC misuses its intellectual property to “deceive parents and children into believing that the Infringing Restaurant is affiliated with, or authorized by, Paramount Pictures…” – Paramount Brings ‘Coming To America’ Claim Before Copyright Claims Board To Shut Down McDowell’s Pop-Up, Forbes
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