It is true that the photo/video content on the platform is the subject of copyright, and that the creators and the platform can assert their exclusive right to distribute the content. If one were to print the content and sell or redistribute it commercially, that would be an actionable...Read more »
Trademark Infringement is a highly fact-intensive inquiry based on a number of factors including: (1) strength of the marks, (2) relatedness of the goods, (3) similarity of the marks, (4) evidence of actual confusion, (5) marketing channels, (6) degree of consumer care, (7) defendant's intent...Read more »
As the owner of record as shown by the Deed issued by the Executor of the Estate and recorded in the land records of the city/county where the property is located, you have a right to terminate a month-to-month tenancy by giving a 30 day written notice to the tenant and occupants. In the event...Read more »
Out of my garage, I created a device for elderly and vision-impaired assistance, out of commercially available components and open source code that enhances a particular medical companies system... Is it patentable? And after it is patented, I would like to approach the medical company with the... Read more »
While trademarks and copyrights are my specialties, I work with several excellent patent attorneys/agents, so feel free to call or email, and I'll set up an introduction...unless a patent attorney responds directly to your request on Justia, of course!
I'm making a photo-sharing app where users can add music to photos (if they're members of Apple Music or Spotify) and share these photos that have songs on them to other apps, would that be illegal? Since Apple Music/Spotify both own licenses to songs and users are paying for these services.
The answer depends on who the "we" is that broke up. If the intended groom terminated the engagement, the intended bride keeps the gift. If it was the intended bride terminated the engagement, or the engagement was terminated by mutual decision, the gift should be returned to the groom.
I have a application on file and willing to name a co inventor for help with this huge law suit. Has to be a nice person and a patent litigation attorney. I'm truly the real inventor I proved that december 3rd 2019 my name begins with a c. This can be not only a big opportunity for me but a co... Read more »
"conceives, creates, invents, designs, develops, contributes to or improves any works of authorship, inventions, materials, documents or other work product or other intellectual property, either alone or in conjunction with third parties, at any time during... Read more »
This question comes up all the time. You will need to take the contract and employee manuals that deal with the duty to assign inventions to an attorney in the state where you work. There are some states that have limits on the scope of this mandatory assignment clause for employees.
it depends on the classes they're using the mark for and the ones you're planning on using the mark for. If it's for the same goods/services and they've been using the mark longer, then it would be an issue. You should consult a trademark attorney.
I have the state and federal trademark for my event name. Last year two parties started doing the same one and using a big part of my name. I paid an attorney; who is not a trademark lawyer, to send a cease & desist letter but it was after their event had already passed. She said they never... Read more »
You'll have to give the lawyer much more detail than that, but it is probably best for you not to reveal facts that might be critical to your case in an open, Internet forum where nothing is covered by attorney-client privilege. Try visiting Avvo.com. Plug in "real estate" if the...Read more »
Multiple companies like Singer, Dritz and less well known companies sell sewing tape measures. How do they escape infringing on patents? Further, how can multiple companies sell retractable tape measures without infringing?
I'm in Kansas. My husband is set to get out of the US Army but we can't get the moving process started until we have a place to live lined up. We were dead set on moving to Virginia but this is a giant hindrance.
Generaly, it is important to inspect the premises before you enter into the lease. I think you can waive your rights to inspect the property and just rent it "As Is." This may or may not solve your problem.
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