Good news everyone! President Donald Trump is vowing to protect the copyright of the wheel, first invented in the Middle East more than 5,000 years ago.
The singer is being sued for $100 million because his hit "Thinking Out Loud" allegedly copies Gaye's song "Let's Get It On."
The president's daughter, who also serves as his White House adviser, has raised ethical concerns with her expanding intellectual property holdings.
The "Alias" alum finalized her divorce from Ben Affleck earlier this year.
The nonprofit told him that “claiming our graphic for partisan hackery when you support voter suppression & the disenfranchisement of millions is gross.”
The attack pilfered more than 31 terabytes of academic data and intellectual property.
His trade gamble with Beijing sends mixed messages and only complicates things further.
Thanks to the America Invents Act signed into law in 2011, we were in a unique position to do just that. With a stable funding
To start with, let us define what constitutes digital property. From a broader perspective, digital property constitutes
Further, based on input from stakeholders, we have refined the PTAB rules a number of times, and we continue to remain open