Protect Your Writings!
PHOENIX, Ariz. (April 5, 2016)- Join Maria Crimi Speth, Intellectual Property attorney and author of Protect Your Writings for an informative presentation about the laws that affect writers and their creative work. Attendees will learn about the laws relating to writing books, articles, blogs and how to avoid making common, costly legal mistakes.
Saturday, April 9th, 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a. … Read More
Jaburg Wilk Welcomes Intellectual Property Attorney
PHOENIX, Ariz. (March 15, 2016) - The law firm of Jaburg Wilk announced that Michael B. Dvoren, a 2015-2016 Southwest Super Lawyers Rising Star selectee, has joined its intellectual property practice group.
Mr. Dvoren focuses his legal practice on intellectual property litigation, pre-litigation enforcement, intellectual property transactions and trademark and copyright prosecution.
“Michael … Read More
Stretching Copyright Law Too Far: A Sequence of Yoga Poses Are Not Copyrightable
A recent case decided by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which is the federal appellate court for Arizona and California, has made a predictable determination that a sequence of yoga moves cannot be protected as intellectual property.
Earlier this month, the Ninth Circuit ruled that a series of yoga poses and breathing exercises are not entitled to copyright protection. The case, Bikram … Read More
Jaburg Wilk is Partnering with Apple Inc. to Present Tips on Building Your Own BYOD Program in the Workplace
PHOENIX, Ariz. (October. 21, 2015) – Jaburg Wilk attorneys Neal Bookspan and Laura Rogal will be presenting a free seminar on the importance of implementing a ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) Program in the workplace at the Apple Store, Biltmore (2502 E. Camelback Rd) on Wednesday, October 28th from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Attendees will learn how to establish a BYOD policy, security and device … Read More
Maria Crimi Speth to Present Legal Traps on the Internet
Maria Crimi Speth and Arizona Technology Council’s Startup and Entrepreneurship Committee will be presenting ‘It’s a (VIRTUAL) Jungle Out There! Legal Traps on the Internet’, on Thursday Oct. 1 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Unexpected Art Gallery located at 734 W. Polk, Phoenix, AZ 85007.
Attendees will learn how to avoid common, costly mistakes when launching apps or … Read More
Do I Need Permission to Use Photographs from Google Images?
One of the biggest mistakes made is that people assume that if a photograph comes up on Google Images then it must be public domain or free game to use on their website. This is absolutely not correct.
You MUST have permission to use any photograph you find on the internet. The fact that it came up on Google Images does not mean anything, as Google is just a way to find images.
If you do not have … Read More
Categories: Intellectual Property
Phoenix IP Attorney to Present at Phoenix Startup Week
Phoenix, AZ (Feb. 23, 2015) - Jaburg Wilk Intellectual Property and Internet Law attorney Laura Rogal will be presenting at Phoenix Startup Week on Thursday, February 26th from 2:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Axosoft, located at 13835 N. Northsight Blvd. Ste. 205, Scottsdale, AZ 85260.
Phoenix Startup Week is a five day celebration of the Phoenix entrepreneurial community comprised of over 130 free events created … Read More
Protect Your Writings with Maria Crimi Speth
PHOENIX, Ariz. (Jan. 22, 2015)- Join Maria Crimi Speth, Intellectual Property attorney at Jaburg Wilk and author of Protect Your Writings for an informative presentation about laws affecting writers and their creative work on Saturday, January 31st from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at city of Glendale's 20th annual Chocolate Affaire located at 58th Ave. and Glendale Ave.
Attendees will learn about the laws … Read More
Dot Sucks: A Battle Between Trademark Rights and Free Speech
When the organization responsible for assigning domain names announced several years ago that it would expand the generic top level domain name system from the previous 21 to an unlimited number, brand owners knew their legal budgets would have to be increased to protect their trademarks from cybersquatters in this new terrain. Brand owners lobbied against the change, but despite its non-profit status, ICANN … Read More
Arizona Court of Appeals Recognizes Right of Publicity While Protecting Free Speech in Precedent Setting Case
For the first time ever, an Arizona state court has recognized that individuals enjoy a right of publicity that protects them from the unauthorized use of their name or likeness for commercial or trade purposes. In its April 24, 2014 decision in Reynolds v. Reynolds, the Arizona Court of Appeals recognized the right of publicity and determined that right survives the individual's death and may be brought by … Read More