THE FINE BROTHERS STAR IN THEIR OWN “REACT” VIDEOS

The recent attempt by the Fine Brothers to have YouTube take down “REACT” format type videos made by others showed how the public and the Fine Brothers react in a situation involving a misunderstanding of intellectual property law. Since 2010 the Fine Brothers have become famous for their YouTube series of “react” format […]

By |March 23rd, 2016|General|Comments Off on THE FINE BROTHERS STAR IN THEIR OWN “REACT” VIDEOS|

Are Politicians Exempt From Copyright Laws?

It’s 2016 and the political campaigns are in full gear with campaign advertisements and rallies. Such advertisements and rallies are often accompanied by excerpts of popular songs of various artists to help promote a candidate’s theme and message. Judging from the widespread use of such songs without consent or license, for instance the unauthorized […]

By |March 8th, 2016|General|Comments Off on Are Politicians Exempt From Copyright Laws?|

Trademark Dispute for Yosemite National Park

Surprisingly, even the federal government can find itself in trouble with maintaining control of its intellectual property. Such is the case with the National Park Service and Yosemite National Park who according to a recent Associated Press article has found itself in a dispute with its former management/concessions company over the ownership of the […]

By |March 7th, 2016|General, Trademark|Comments Off on Trademark Dispute for Yosemite National Park|