November 2010 Intellectual Property Law Top Blawgs

  1. Listen to lectures by and discussions with the faculty of the University of Chicago Law School.
  2. Covers content theft, plagiarism, and copyright issues on the Web. By Jonathan Bailey.
  3. KZSU-FM (Stanford) Tech/Law Talk Show. Hosted by Dave Levine.
  4. Denise Howell and guests discuss technology law. From the TWiT netcast network.
  5. Discuss current copyright/internet law issues. By Derek Slater.
  6. Covers constitutional law, copyright/technology, corporate law, criminal law, free speech, genetic testing, international law, national security and more.
  7. Tracks copyright related policy & technology developments in Japan. By Andreas Bovens.
  8. Covers the RIAA's lawsuits of against ordinary working people.
  9. Covers the politics of IP.
  10. Covers laws which regulates actions or events that transcend national frontiers, including human rights, environmental law, immigration, intellectual property and space law. By Derek Deavenport, John Dermody, Travis Hodgkins and Christine Ngo.
  11. Covers patents, trademark, copyright, and business law. By Leyendecker & Lemire.
  12. Covers issues pertaining to trademarks, copyrights, patents and starting a business. By Shannon Moore.
  13. Comments on Internet law issues including hacking, intellectual property infringment, spam, free speech and regulatory matters. By John W. Dozier, Jr.
  14. Covers the international treaties and copyright laws that govern foreign works. From the University of Texas Libraries.
  15. Provides US legal and regulatory information. By BNA International.
  16. Covers software audits, including Microsoft, BSA, and Adobe audits. By Scott & Scott.
  17. Covers intellectual property, licensing law, privacy, data protection and security and UCITA. By Raymond T. Nimmer.
  18. Covers contingent fee, alternative billing, copyright lawsuits and patent lawsuits. By Mann Law Group.
  19. Covers technology, law, baseball, and rock 'n' roll. By Erik J. Heels.
  20. Covers law, culture and the use of intellectual property by scholars, teachers, students and librarians. By Elizabeth Townsend Gard.