In Taiwan, for two days, people whose name was “salmon” (and five of their friends) got all-you-can-eat sushi. Offered by a sushi restaurant chain, the promotion created “salmon chaos.” Because you just needed an identity card that included “gui yu” (the…
From a small Harlem tailor shop to high end hiphop clothing to a conflict with Gucci, Dapper Dan’s fashion career tells all we need to know about knockoffs.
Included in a long list of color trademarks, magenta belongs to T-Mobile but the precise hue and the industry where it’s owned have been challenged.
Lay’s Potato Chips became more than a snack when PepsiCo decided that a group of nine Indian farmers should not grow its special potatoes.
Looking at who did not pay Aretha Franklin for “Respect,” we can see why music copyright law is being rewritten by the Congress.
The Supreme Court will soon decide if, as intellectual property, the design of a cheerleader’s uniform is protected by copyright law.
Narrowing intellectual property rights, a court recently decided that the “Happy Birthday” song could enter the public domain because no one owned it.
Certain U.K. cheesemakers will probably lose the monopoly power given them by the EU’s protective designations when Brexit becomes a reality.