Arts, Entertainment, Media, Communications, & Technology Legal News.
FTC Announces New Notices Concerning Substantiation of Product Claims
Advertisers delight in activating values and hidden desires of consumers using the language of the advertising claim. The “claim” is the part of an ad
The Importance of Trademarks for Lighting Designers.
A recent Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) decision is noteworthy for the lighting-design industry. This trademark application rejection sheds light on strategies for lighting
Illinois Rules About iPhone-Recorded Video in a Criminal Trial.
Cell Phone Video. We all have it. We all use it. But what if we need to rely on it in a Court of law to prove – or disprove – a version of the story that’s being told.
Important Reasons To Register Your Copyright. Or, what to do if you think you’re idea has been stolen.
In this article, David M Adler covers how to properly register an original work, where to register it and protecting it.
Emerging Copyright, Artistic Expression & Fair Use Issues, Trademark Protection Tools & Cybersecurity Reminders
Boundaries of Transformative Use in Copyright At Issue in Supreme Court, Stopping Knockoffs and Infringements and Cybersecurity
Legislation relating to Registration & the Scope of Practice of Interior Designers
Ping® July 2022 This month’s issue of Ping® highlights recent changes in State laws in Illinois and New York. Effective January 1, 2023, Illinois joins