Discover the key changes in China’s patent law effective January 2024, emphasizing good faith in applications and setting new standards for global patent practices.
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“AI Meets the Law” provides a snapshot of the legal landscape surrounding artificial intelligence, covering key areas such as regulations, intellectual property, and more. Designed for entrepreneurs, founders, and business owners, this session aims to equip you with the essential knowledge to navigate the evolving legal landscape of AI.
Our Capital Raise Series is a three-part event aimed at guiding startups and entrepreneurs through the complexities of raising capital.
Hosted by attorneys David H, Pierce and Jeffrey A. Bekiares, the series will cover a range of topics essential for a successful capital raise. These events are in collaboration with Atlanta Tech Village.
Founders Legal is pleased to announce that six of its attorneys are included in the 2024 edition of Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch® in America. Distinguished Achievements in Intellectual Property, Patent Law, Technology, Corporate Governance and Compliance, and Mergers & Acquisitions Law.
An in-depth look at the Patent Evaluation Report (PER) system in China, its applications, and the critical considerations for patent owners, parties of interest, and accused infringers.
Explore the transformation of trade secret protection in China with a focus on the Beijing Intellectual Property (IP) Court’s proactive efforts to enhance protections. Delve into significant cases, understand new guidelines, and learn about China’s commitment to intellectual property rights through policy changes and regulatory efforts. Discover how China is fostering a fair competitive business environment while prioritizing the security of trade secrets.
New patent application, titled “Fishing Storage Device,” was filed by Luc LeBlanc and assigned to WhyTangle LLC for a fishing system designed to prevent the entanglement of hooks used to catch fish.
Snap Inc. received a patent that could revolutionize the way we interact with our digital world. The patent, titled “Software Development Kit For Image Processing,” is like a magic wand for developers, opening up a world of possibilities in image processing and augmented reality.
In general, it is not illegal to compare yourself to your competitor in the advertising context, so long it is not untruthful, disparaging, misleading, or confusing to the public. Additionally, the use of a competitor’s trademark cannot lead the public to believe that the company is endorsing you.
But what do those generic rules look like in practical application?
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