articles tagged 'Law'

Blindness, books and copyright law: how the Marrakesh treaty is giving the gift of literature

  • Law
  • September 2, 2013
  • Anton Blijlevens and Jillian Lim
Blindness, books and copyright law: how the Marrakesh treaty is giving the gift of literature

The blind and visually impaired have long suffered what has been dubbed a “book famine”. But changes to copyright law have finally provided relief, say Anton Blijlevens and Jillian Lim.

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Learning from Apple's iPad Mini trademark malarkey

  • Law
  • June 18, 2013
  • Kieran O'Connell
Learning from Apple's iPad Mini trademark malarkey

In April this year, international media reported on the United States Patent and Trademark Office's (USPTO) decision to refuse registration for Apple's iPad Mini trademark on the grounds it's simply descriptive. But within days of the story breaking, the USPTO was backtracking on its decision.

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