April 2012 Intellectual Property Law Top Blawgs

  1. The Art of Technology
  2. Covers content theft, plagiarism, and copyright issues on the Web. By Jonathan Bailey.
  3. Covers copyright, patent, trade mark and privacy/confidentiality issues from a UK and European perspective.
  4. Covers patents, claim drafting tips, patent cases, patent legislation and patent prosecution. By Dennis Crouch.
  5. Covers Northern District of Illinois intellectual property cases. By R. David Donoghue.
  6. Intellectual property news affecting business and everyday life. From patent lawyer Lawrence B. Ebert.
  7. Discusses copyright law for those in the content industries and the general public. By Terry Hart.
  8. Covers the politics of IP.
  9. Review of copyright law, copyright litigation, art litigation and relevant current events. Discussions of recent case law and federal rules of civil procedure. By Ray Dowd.
  10. Covers legal and investment issues facing emerging tech companies.
  11. Focuses on how the entertainment and media industries are impacted and influenced by the law. From The Hollywood Reporter.
  12. Covers trade dress, trademark, design patent and counterfeiting issues in the fashion industry. By New York Law School.
  13. Covers biotech and pharma patent law and news. By McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP.
  14. Covers patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets and Internet issues. By Gene Quinn.
  15. Covers legal issues for photographers. By Carolyn E. Wright.
  16. Covers International Trade Commission cases and news. By Oblon Spivak.
  17. Covers false advertising and intellectual property issues. By Professor Rebecca Tushnet.
  18. Covers the harm of excess copyright enforcement. By Howard Knopf.
  19. Edited by University of Miami School of Law Professor Michael Froomkin, The Journal of Things We Like (Lots)–JOTWELL–invites law professors to join us in filling a telling gap in legal scholarship by creating a space where legal academics will go to identify, celebrate, and discuss the best new legal scholarship.
  20. Covers the legal aspects of blogging. Topics include blog-related intellectual property law, Internet regulation, defamation, and censorship, as well as how blogs are used as evidence and authority in the courts. By Professor Eric E. Johnson.