A legal podcast focused on providing innovative companies and investors with important and timely information concerning intangible assets such as patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets.
PARALEGAL INSIGHTS: A Collaborative Trademark Practice, Series 2
In this episode of Trending Now - An IP Podcast, Janet Cho and Elizabeth Davenport discuss two timely topics as year-end looms: (1) trademark budget considerations and (2) key new developments before the United States Patent & Trademark Office.
NCAA NIL – Where Things Stand One Year Later
In this episode of Trending Now - An IP Podcast, Ed White and Courtney Reigel look at the implementation of the NCAA Name, Image, Likeness (NIL) Policy and where things stand for universities, athletes, states and collectives.
PARALEGAL INSIGHTS - A Collaborative Trademark Practice
In this episode of Trending Now - An IP Podcast, Janet Cho and Elizabeth Davenport provide helpful tips for anyone interested in trademarks and the due diligence process, including search options and the utility of such research.
Branding Management Strategy: Dealing With Trademark Congestion and Depletion
There are certain issues that brand owners seem to universally struggle to manage. One issue is infringement and unauthorized use of their trademarks, but another interesting phenomenon are the concepts of trademark congestion and depletion.
In this episode of Trending Now - An IP Podcast, Janet Cho and Courtney Reigel offer some insight for brand owners regarding trademark depletion and congestion, and strategies for taking such developments into account in a brand owner’s management plan.
Understanding and Economizing NFTs and Creative Content
In this episode of Trending Now - An IP Podcast, Amy Pruett and Craig Mytelka discuss non-fungible tokens (NFTs), how they may be used, and the intellectual property issues that come up with their exploitation.
Copyrights – Small Claims Process at the Copyright Office
In this episode of Trending Now - An IP Podcast, Courtney Reigel and Janet Cho provide an update on the small claims process at the Copyright Office, including an overview of upcoming changes under the CASE Act and the Copyright Claims Board.