The Bloomberg BNA Intellectual Property Blog is the home of the "Do You Copy?" podcast and offers links to selected articles by the BNA IP team, which is accessible to both subscribers and non-subscribers as well as commentary and analysis exclusive to this blog.
February 26, 2013
by Rebecca E. Hoffman
Blog exclusive: When Bruce P. Keller of Debevoise & Plimpton asked Jonathan Zittrain to join him on the "Intellectual Property" panel at Practising Law Institute's "Communications Law in the Digital Age 2013" program this past November in New York...
December 27, 2012
by Anandashankar Mazumdar
Bloomberg BNA full story: Anandashankar Mazumdar's writeup about legislation introduced Dec. 13 in the House that would permit customs officials to share information about imported goods...
November 22, 2012
by Tamlin H. Bason
Blog exclusive: U.S. Rep. Darrell E. Issa (R-Calif.) seems poised to take a leading role in the debate over copyright reform. Emboldened by a successful defeat of the Stop Online Piracy Act ...
October 5, 2012
Podcast (stream or download):
Ananda and Tony chat about a victim of the statutory numbering problem that came up in Episode 38. Moving on to X-box news, the next topic is Motorola's efforts to set a royalty rate for use of patents incorporated into an industry standard. And then peculiar wording in an Indiana statute requires a court to decide that selling a toy gun is, under the state's counterfeiting law, "uttering a writing."
June 20, 2012
by Tony Dutra
Bloomberg BNA full story: Tony Dutra's writeup of the approval of stronger penalties for counterfeiting drugs by the U.S. House of Representatives for...
Unanimous Supreme Court Says No Patent Exhaustion for Monsanto Roundup Seeds
9th Cir. Affirms Righthaven Lacked Standing, Declines to Consider Broad Fair Use Ruling
Key Players Update AIPLA on Growing Momentum for Patent Small Claims Court
Schumer Seeks Permanent, Expanded CBM PTAB Challenges on Any Management Patent
Federal Circuit Split on Computer Method, Media, System Claims in En Banc CLS Ruling