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Category Archives: Intellectual Property

.bit: Why Brands Need to Pay Attention [VIDEO]

Monica Riva Talley, director at the intellectual property law firm Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox, P.L.L.C., discusses the unregulated domain .bit and why brands need to pay attention to this “Wild West of the Internet.” As Ms. Talley explains, ‘.bit’ is unlike any customary domain and presents several areas of concern for intellectual property owners …

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They Know It When They See It: Patentable Subject Matter After Alice

To those with even a casual interest in the preparation and prosecution of patents in the United States, the holding in the Supreme Court’s June 2014 decision in Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank International is well known: claims directed to intermediated settlement encompass an abstract idea, and generic recitation of a computer implementation in such claims fails …

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