Mark Helprin is a successful novelist. He is also on a mission to keep the content he and others create out of the public domain.
Guerilla War: Class Action Suit Filed Against Bored Ape Yacht Club Names 12 Celebrities
A 95-page class action lawsuit alleging conspiracy and misrepresentation regarding Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs names many well-known celebrities among the defendants. Persons named in
Innovative Visualization of Leading Brands is a Clear Path to Distinguishing their Relative Value
The world’s most iconic brands can be a moving target, changing subtly in value from year to year and industry to industry. Measuring their performance
Summit Take-Away: IP Rights Play a Part in Global Events like China, Ukraine and Diversity
The impact of intellectual property and IP rights are being more widely felt under the strain of IP theft from China, the war in the Ukraine,
Pandemic and Population Shifts Fuel Dramatic Internet Business Growth
New York may be forever known as the city that never sleeps, but the Internet has the data that never stops. The Internet now reaches
Acquisition of Prince’s Disputed Estate is Key to Unlocking His Diverse IP Holdings
Half of Prince’s sizeable estate was recently acquired from his heirs by the music and IP rights company, Primary Wave. That has not stopped the
Five Creations That You Cannot Copyright (but might Trademark or Otherwise Protect)
Copyrights are relatively easy and inexpensive to secure but can be difficult to defend. But not all content creations or designs are covered by them.
Chinese Leader Xi Jinping Calls for strengthening IP protection and “enhancing its importance”
Secretary General of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, Xi Jinping, acknowledged this month that protecting IP rights was necessary for pursuing development.
Banksy’s Attempt to Trademark ‘Flower Thrower’ Gets Tossed by EU Court; Sales Lacks Sincerity
Banksy, the satirical street artist with, failed in an attempt to secure a trademark intended to protect “Flower Thrower,” one of his most recognizable images,
20 years of Internet Bigs: Many are Gone, Some Prosper; More Content Providers Emerge
Not every internet giant remains successful. In fact, while some continue to grow and prosper, a surprising number have faded into obscurity and a few
China’s Alibaba receives IP crime-fighting award from City of London Police
Alibaba, the largest on-line commerce site, has received a commendation from the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit, a department of the City of London Police
‘Copyright is for losers,’ says street artist, Banksy; some trademarks not
Ubiquitous yet unknown, UK street artist, Banksy, not a fan of copyright protection, has resorted to trademark law to stop unauthorized sale of his work