Yesterday, we did a post on the importance of protecting your intellectual property in China. That post, entitled, “Protecting Your Intellectual Property In China, Part I,” was based largely on a recent talk co-blogger Steve Dickinson gave in Qingdao. That post talked of the importance intellectual property/intangible assets holds for companies today, particularly those in creative services.
The Detroit Free Press (by Dawson Bell) reported that Michigan’s Attorney General, Bill Schuette, and a coalition of lawmakers and prosecutors are calling Michigan’s medical marijuana law so poorly drafted as to be unworkable.
Los Angeles – In a trademark infringement dispute filed by Chrysler, a judge ruled Tuesday against the auto-maker’s request to bar local retailer, Pure Detroit, from selling T-shirts with the slogan, “Imported From Detroit.” Records indicate that Chrysler applied for the “Imported From Detroit” trademark in late 2010. Full Story
Do the Supreme Court opinions in Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association shed light on likely outcome of FCC v. Fox Television Stations indecency case next term? The Swami thinks so.