Intellectual Property Law
New Matter SUMMER 2022, VOLUME 47, EDITION 2
- 2022 New Matter Author Submission Guidelines
- Becoming More Like California? a Potential National Movement Towards Restricting the Use of Non-competes
- Copyright Commons
- Federal Circuit Column
- INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SECTION Executive Committee 2021-2022
- INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SECTION Interest Group Representatives 2021-2022
- Intellectual Property Section New Matter Editorial Board
- Larry G. Junker V. Medical Components, and Martech Medical Products, Inc.
- Letter From the Chair
- Letter From the Editor-in-chief
- My Ai Did It: Intermediary Liability For Ai?
- Ninth Circuit Report
- Online Cle For Participatory Credit
- Quarterly International Ip Law Update
- Russia Permits Uncompensated Use of Certain Patents and Future of Russian Patents
- Table of Contents
- The California Lawyers Association Intellectual Property Alumni
- THE SUPREME COURT'S DECISION IN UNICOLORS, INC. V. H&M HENNES & MAURITZ, L.P. ELIMINATES A TRAP FOR UNWARY COPYRIGHT APPLICANTS
- Trade Secret Report
- Ttab Decisions and Developments
- What's Happening In Russia—Should Ip Rightsholders Be Concerned?
WHAT’S HAPPENING IN RUSSIAâSHOULD IP RIGHTSHOLDERS BE CONCERNED?
While the recent events in Russia and Ukraine have shocked the world, they have also raised many questions and uncertainties about intellectual property (IP) rightsâespecially trademarks. Protection of and respect for intellectual property rights (IPR) in Russia has historically been high. The legislation and the practices of the Russian IP Court have been modernized, and Russia has made great efforts in order to develop the IPR field.