Last time on Legal Ramifications we talked about the definition of “trademark” as well as trademark rights. Remember I said that the definition of trademark is any word or symbol that comes to represent the goods or services of a particular source. When you see the Apple logo on any number of products, you know…
This post consolidates the links to the entirety of Intellectual Property Attorney and TBB Author, Nils Montan’s, recent 6-Part, Legal Ramifications series on Copyright Law. If you as a business blogger need a brief review of Copyright Law, then you should read the following:
We have gone into some great depth about the law of copyright, probably the IP basket that concerns most bloggers. Today we will start our discussion of the basics of trademark law.
This will be the last post on the fundamental basics of Copyright law and will cover what happens when a plaintiff successfully sues a defendant for copyright infringement. The short answer is that the plaintiff will be entitled to damages, real and those imposed by the law and injunctions, orders telling the defendant to stop…
In the last Legal Ramifications, we gave an overview of intellectual property (“IP”) law and said that bloggers will have to contend with two of the three main parts of IP – namely, copyrights and trademarks (patent law will rarely if ever effect a blog).
All bloggers should know a little something about Intellectual Property (often called IP) law.
Last time on Legal Ramifications we learned a little about the law of libel and how important it is to be sure about your facts when you write something negative about a person that could effect their business. Now let’s look at something more positive (although with a possible negative twist)