Author: Fenwick & West LLP
A Software Copyright Primer
- Copyright protection for software can be a valuable tool. But how do you get that protection, how long does it last, and do you need a registration?
Author: Jay Hollander
An Overview of Intellectual Property Protection
- In today's high-tech world, intellectual property protection -- patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets -- is a key to success. But what, exactly, does each type of protection cover, and when should you use it?
Author: Barbara Weil Gall
Are Web Site Terms and Conditions Enforceable?
- U.S. courts have upheld "click-wrap" agreements -- contracts formed when a user clicks the "I Agree" button on a web site or during a software download or installation. But now one court has said that where a user can download software without clicking to indicate his acceptance, no contract is created.
Author: Doug Isenberg
Battling Cybersquatters: New Tools for Trademark Holders
- Thanks to the new Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy and the U.S. Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act, trademark holders have two new tools to use in domain name disputes.
Author: Margaret Smith Kubiszyn
Cybersquatting On The New Frontier
- To many, encountering a Web site clearly unrelated to its domain name is little more than a momentary distraction. But to owners of trademarks, which represent significant investments of time and money, the potential for irreparable harm to the owner's reputation and the mark's goodwill can be nearly incalculable.
Publisher: Arnold White & Durkee
Author: Hugh R. Kress, Robert J. McAughan, Jr.
DRM For the Forces of Good
- Bret A. Fausett explains how, if your business needs to track intellectual property, setting up a system for digital rights management can save you countless hours.
Author: Bret A. Fausett
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