Tattoos, Video Games & Copyright

Tattoos, Video Games & Copyright

By Fernanda Zaragoza Does the client or the artist own the tattoo? This may seem to be a simple question but the answer is not straightforward. Tattoos are usually protected by copyright as a “work”. On the one hand, one could say that the copyright of the tattoo...
Upgrading “Made in the USA” guidance

Upgrading “Made in the USA” guidance

by Henry Park In 1997, The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) released a Policy Statement concerning when a manufacturer could claim that their products were “Made in the USA”. Under that Policy Statement, a manufacturer can only make a...
Senior IP Counsel @ MCM Worldwide leads the topic discussion at the 4th bi-annual round table: ”More with less: with fewer resources and the need to support recovering businesses, what practical steps can we take to optimize the IP function? How can we better convey the value of IP to the business during difficult times?”

Senior IP Counsel @ MCM Worldwide leads the topic discussion at the 4th bi-annual round table: ”More with less: with fewer resources and the need to support recovering businesses, what practical steps can we take to optimize the IP function? How can we better convey the value of IP to the business during difficult times?”

While the October 2020 bi-annual Swiss IP Counsel round table event looked a little different thanks to masks and social distancing, the session was just as pertinent and valuable. Participants were happy to be able to attend in person in compliance with local COVID...