The most recent news in architectural copyrights comes from a the Milwaukee Federal District Court case Design Basics, LLC v. Midwet Homes, Inc.. In this case the plaintiff, Design Basic, asserts Midw… Continue Reading »
This morning I went down to the studios of WBFO 88.7 radio station to record the next installment of the You & the Law radio series.
This program is featured on NPR's "All Things Considered"… Continue Reading »
Guest Blogger: Devon Gawley, English Major SUNY Geneseo
“It's photo sharing, reinvented,” brightly declares Instagram’s homepage. While this catchy tagline may be referring to Instagram’s u… Continue Reading »
Authors are constantly calling me asking me "how can I get my great book published?"
And recently I’ve read a great book by Guy Kawasaki and Shawn Welch entitled APE: Author, Publisher,Entreprene… Continue Reading »
As a Buffalo copyright attorney I meet many new authors. A childhood friend of mine recently published a book of songs he wrote and I asked him to share some of his thoughts about the publishing proce… Continue Reading »
As a Buffalo patent attorney I often get asked questions from would-be authors about publishing and copyright. Dave Kocak tennis pro at the Miller Tennis Center wrote a book called "Tennis for the Res… Continue Reading »
When starting a new business one of the first things that needs to be done is to create a brand. Branding establishes the first impression that your target audience has of your business. Existing busi… Continue Reading »
Protecting intellectual property on the Internet has been a dilemma for the music and movie industry since peer-to-peer technology emerged with the original Napster.
Recently in an effort to curtai… Continue Reading »
How do you protect your intellectual property? What is intellectual property? Is a special sandwich that you make better than anybody else intellectual property? Imagine you are the owner of a new res… Continue Reading »
Tweet of the week
Thanks to Peter Black @PeterBlackQUT for tweeting this week about the importance of teaching children to respect the intellectual property rights of others.
Ben Child, Guardian… Continue Reading »
A fairness hearing regarding the Google Book Settlement was held on Thursday, February 18, before Judge Denny Chin in a federal US district courtroom in New York City. The copyright class action lawsu… Continue Reading »
I got the opportunity to be a guest on the "On Target" radio talk show hosted by Judge Penny Wolfgang on Buffalo Entercon Radio (WWKB, WWWS, WLKK, WKSE, WTSS).
I really had a great time in the … Continue Reading »