Roundup: Intellectual Property

The latest in IP news: Katy Perry, Sherlock Holmes, the Redskins, piracy & patents

In recent IP news, there has been trouble for singer Katy Perry as well as the NFL’s Washington Redskins. While Perry is being sued for copyright infringement, the Redskins’s trademark has been cancelled. Meanwhile, a new bill in the House of Representatives is trying to limit the amount of abusive patent demand letters and the ABA is trying to get the Congress to tighten online piracy. Furthermore, the 7th Circuit ruled that most of Sherlock Holmes’ characteristics are in the public domain. To find out more, click through the slideshow.



New bill tries to limit abusive patent demand letters


ABA adds its voice to concerns over online piracy, counterfeiting

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Image courtesy of Katy Perry

Sherlock in the public domain? Elementary… or not…

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Jessica Liu

Jessica Liu is a sophomore at Haverford College, where she is majoring in political science. At InsideCounsel, she reports on news for the Women, Influence,...

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