Sunday, May 30, 2004
A Reason to Expand the Scope of the EFF's Patent Busting Project? Reuters reports that "Clear Channel Rivals Cry Foul Over Live Concert CDs."
Posted by nerdlaw.org at 11:59 AM
Friday, May 28, 2004
That's One Way to Get Techies to Vote. Wired reports that Eurpoean computer programmers are "mobilizing for next month's European Parliament election in an effort to block plans by European governments to grant software patents more frequently." More in "Europe Braces for Patent Rules."
Thursday, May 27, 2004
And What Are Your Kids Doing on the Internet? Silicon Valley.com reports that a a 41-year old sugar mill worker and single mother in Bird Island, Minnesota, is one of the targets of the RIAA's most recent spate of lawsuits in "Single mom overwhelmed by recording industry suit."
Posted by nerdlaw.org at 6:45 PM
Wednesday, May 26, 2004
Third Circuit Rules on Grounds for a Preliminary Injunction in Pharmaceutical Trademark Case. Law.com reports that the Third Circuit "rejected the novel argument that an injunction was needed to prevent the 'serious health risk' of a patient's receiving the wrong prescription," while nevertheless ordering the district court to grant an injunction to vindicate the "right of the public not to be deceived or confused," in "3rd Circuit Blocks Similar Names for Cholesterol Drugs."
Tuesday, May 25, 2004
Monday, May 24, 2004
For the CC Naysayers. Chocolate and Vodka has an interesting discussion of the Creative Commons movement at "Something for Nothing: The Free Culture AudioBook Project." Via BoingBoing.
Posted by nerdlaw.org at 9:46 PM
Wednesday, May 19, 2004
Tuesday, May 18, 2004
Took Them Long Enough. The New York Times finally gets around to reporting that "Schwarzenegger Files Suit Against Bobblehead Maker." Of course, I told you this weeks ago.
Posted by nerdlaw.org at 11:22 AM
Monday, May 17, 2004
Saturday, May 15, 2004
Thursday, May 13, 2004
Wednesday, May 12, 2004
Interesting Decision on Preliminary Injunctions in Copyright Infringement Cases. Law.com reports on the decision in "2nd Circuit Took a Look, Cleared the Way for Poet's Book."
Posted by nerdlaw.org at 11:16 AM