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Startup Law A to Z: Regulatory Compliance

Startup Law A to Z: Regulatory Compliance Startups are but one species in a complex regulatory and public policy ecosystem. This ecosystem is larger and more powerfully dynamic than many founders appreciate, with distinct yet overlapping laws at the federal, state and local/city levels, all set against a vast array of public […]

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Autonomous vehicle IP protection — when HAL is driving

Autonomous vehicle IP protection — when HAL is driving Lucas Dahlin Contributor Lucas Dahlin is an associate in Goodwin’s Intellectual Property group. He focuses his practice on complex intellectual property matters, with a particular experience in patent and trade-secret litigation. Julius Jefferson Contributor Julius Jefferson is an associate in Goodwin’s IP Litigation […]

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Autonomous cars are driving the reinvention of IP protection

Autonomous cars are driving the reinvention of IP protection Lucas Dahlin Contributor Lucas Dahlin is an associate in Goodwin’s Intellectual Property group. He focuses his practice on complex intellectual property matters, with a particular experience in patent and trade-secret litigation. Julius Jefferson Contributor Julius Jefferson is an associate in Goodwin’s IP Litigation […]

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What President Trump Doesn’t Know About ZTE

What President Trump Doesn’t Know About ZTE David Kline Contributor David Kline is a journalist, author and intellectual property strategist. More posts by this contributor A new (old) way for product makers to defeat patent roadblocks After meeting with Chinese Vice Premiere Liu He this week, President Trump is still considering easing […]

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The national security implications of Chinese venture capitalists are overblown

The national security implications of Chinese venture capitalists are overblown Washington — as Washington does — is barreling towards a new reform plan designed to protect American innovation from overseas investors (which should really just be read as the Chinese these days). Earlier this week, congressional committees passed a measure designed to […]

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Protecting intellectual property rights in the billion-dollar world of virtual gaming

Protecting intellectual property rights in the billion-dollar world of virtual gaming  It’s clear that the days of esports being merely a spectator sport are numbered, as soon users won’t just be sitting and watching the story unfold on a computer screen, they’ll be immersed in it. What challenges will this immersion create […]

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Is the US Supreme Court decision regarding uniforms worth cheering for?

Is the US Supreme Court decision regarding uniforms worth cheering for?  Imagine a Warhol painting. It’s an original work of art, protected by copyright. Now, imagine the painting printed on a shirt. Is it still a copyrightable work? Absolutely. Now, imagine the shirt came first. If you could magically remove the design […]

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As Egnyte turns 10, it moves into data protection

As Egnyte turns 10, it moves into data protection  Egnyte had a big milestone last week. It turned 10 years old, which is a pretty big deal for a startup. The company has survived and even thrived, but as it moves into its second decade, it recognizes that it can’t live on […]

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