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Creditors Can’t Seize Country Code Top Level Domains
This is a ruling addressing plaintiffs’ ability to levy against a country code top level domain (TLD). Plaintiffs obtained judgments against the Islamic Republic of Iran, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, and Syrian Arab Republic. shutterstock/sferdon: the dots They sought to attach...
China Establishes Patent, Trademark And Copyright Integrated Office
China has set up an administrative office called the Shanghai City Pudong New Area Intellectual Property Office, integrating patent, trademark and copyright administration in the Pudong New Area in Shanghai city.
Love the treatise, but what about those indices?
One thing that tends to happen when IP Kittens become hoary IPKats is that we do less and less hands-on legal research. This is particularly so when it comes to researching an issue in a multi-volume treatise. We become so reliant on talented young legal kittens that...
EFF Joins Amicus Brief in Support of Student Speech on Social Media
This week EFF joined an amicus brief in support of a college student who was expelled from school for comments he made on Facebook. Craig Keefe was a nursing student at a public college in Minnesota when he posted several comments on his Facebook profile...

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Whiting from Toronto to Pitt
Jennifer Whiting, a leading scholar of ancient philosophy at the University of Toronto, has accepted the senior offer from the Department of Philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh, where she will start effective January 1, 2015. Toronto will continue to...
"The smell of opium is the least stupid smell in the world."
Something Picasso said to Jean Cocteau , according to Cocteau's "Opium: The Diary of an Addict." Why did I find that?  I was looking for something else. I'd been saying that the "Only reason to analyze art is to figure out how to copy it," and that connected to a well-known...
Vote for the 2014 ABA Journal Blawg 100
ABA Journal is holding its 8th annual Blawg 100 competition that allows readers to vote on the best legal blogs in 13 categories. Readers can register for free to be able to vote: We [ABA Journal staff] remember the blogs that have tipped us off to breaking news and the bloggers who...
Uber Hopes for Good News in France, Receives Bad News in Nevada
Car-hailing service Uber Technologies Inc. is awaiting a court decision in France that could set the tone for the U.S. firm’s escalating regulatory battles in Europe.
Presidential Censure
In the wake of the President’s executive order on immigration, at least one Republican member of Congress has called for a Censure Resolution declaring the President’s conduct either unlawful or wrong.  (I’m not sure which.)  The precedent for this during Andrew Jackson’s...

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