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The Horror! Government Argues No Claim of Infringement for Unregistered Copyrights

Posted in Articles, Copyrights, Infringement, Law Suits, Loss of Rights

Happy Halloween from DuetsBlog! I write today regarding a scary subject: unregistered intellectual property. The horror! Ask any IP professional about registration, and you’re likely to hear that registration is one of the most important steps in protecting IP. Whether it is a patent, trademark, or copyright, registering IP often provides the IP owner greater… Continue Reading

How would a corporation run a country?

Posted in Advertising, Guest Bloggers, Mixed Bag of Nuts, Search Engines, Technology

– Aaron Keller, Managing Principal, Capsule In a recent meeting, someone dropped a forecast on the table stating that Google was on track, in five years, to become the world’s first trillion dollar company (currently they are $382 B). This is built on a virtual monopoly in the area of online advertising and now growing… Continue Reading

Protecting the World’s Most Valuable Non-Brand

Posted in Branding, Contracts, Guest Bloggers, Mixed Bag of Nuts, Search Engines, Technology

– James Mahoney, Razor’s Edge Communications “Brand” and “branding” are the current darlings of the fashionista class. They’re rapidly driving those terms into the realm of cliché by busily associating them with practically everything you can think of. But in the midst of branding’s 15 minutes of fame, a potentially crippling challenge faces the non-brand… Continue Reading