On December 14, 2017, the FCC commission will vote on whether or not to repeal the current net neutrality rules. Here’s why everyone who uses the internet, for any reason at all, should be extremely concerned about this.
Gustafson Nicolai PC has filed an additional three lawsuits against Apple, Inc. regarding more exploding iPhones that have caused injury to multiple individuals.
Samsung Electronics has filed a new trademark for Bixby, their AI-focused personal assistant, with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).
The 9th Circuit has ruled that the name of 20th Century Fox’s hit show “Empire” does not violate the trademark rights of record label Empire.
Amazon is taking is next steps in solidifying its place as an online retail superpower by registering numerous trademarks, domain names, and patents, all of which seem to be just in time for the upcoming holiday shopping season.
Lemaire Technologies is suing Microsoft for patent infringement of its LED technologies.
AM General LLC, makers of the Humvee military grade vehicle, are taking Activision to court for their use of the Humvee mark in Activision’s famous Call of Duty video game franchise.
In the wake of Equifax’s major data breach, where the personal information of millions of people was hacked, here are some ways that you can protect yourself against any future cyber-attacks.
Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. has sued SharkNinja, a Massachusetts appliance maker, alleging that SharkNinja has stolen Keurig’s trade secrets in order to expand a rival beverage-machine business.
A brief walkthrough of what happened during the legal panel at New York Comic Con 2017 (Keeping Control of your Comic: Copyrights and Contracts for Creators).