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Another kind of Italian beauty contest: Kiko v Wycon
The Court of Appeal of Milan decided in April this year on a design case which is quite special in its own right in that this was a case where it had to be decided whether there was an infringement of a concept store design. Kiko and Wycon are both cosmetic products retailers. Since 2009, Kiko...
Guest Post -- Patent Beauty: IP and Hair Care Products
By Shin Hee Lee* and Anthony D. Sabatelli** -- "Your hair is your crowning glory" is an often-quoted phrase with biblical roots.1 Perhaps more importantly, one's hair is a visible barometer of one's health and age. Hair care products are also big business. The global hair care...
Two Steps Forward, One Step Back
By Greg Hopewell If the focus on fact finding in Aatrix , Berkheimer , and Exergen from earlier this year helped provide additional clarity on the analysis of “something more,” the SAP America decision , at least to my mind, failed to clarify, and possibly further muddied, the...
How do you perform a video game?
Epic Games, Inc. et al v. Mendes et al United States District Court for the Northern District of California CAND-3-17-cv-06223, Filed Oct. 27, 2017    We recently reported on Epic Games suing individuals for cheating in Fortnite. You can read about those cases here...

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8 Takeaways From Carpenter
Thanks to Lior for his excellent overview and thoughts on Carpenter .  I gave some initial reactions on Twitter (@mtokson) and what follows are some still-preliminary thoughts.  It will take a few days to fully process Carpenter, one of the most important Fourth Amendment cases of the...
"The original version of this story misstated what happened to the girl in the photo after she taken...
Time Magazine adds a correction to its cover story "‘All I Wanted to Do Was Pick Her Up.’ How a Photographer at the U.S.-Mexico Border Made an Image America Could Not Ignore/'This one was tough for me. As soon as it was over, they were put into a van. I had to stop and take deep...
“New York ban on gravity knives upheld by U.S. appeals court”
Jonathan Stempel of Reuters has this report on a ruling that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit issued today.
Privacy Prevails: Supreme Court Rules That Warrant Is Required For Cellphone Location Data
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Class Action Suit Filed Against Target, Prince Lionheart After Potty Training Seat Cut Toddler’s...
Earlier this month a class action lawsuit was filed against Prince Lionheart after “at least 15 toddler boys suffered cuts to their genitals from using a potty-training toilet seat.” Prince Lionheart is a family-owned company in California that has been busy “making products for children for 45...

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