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July 2018

The Intellectual Property of the Fourth of July

Patriotism is on full display in the United States every July 4, and Independence Day is the highlight of summer for tens of millions of Americans. The day is typically celebrated with parades, red and white bunting, Revolutionary War imagery and lots of food and drink.

Not surprisingly, intellectual property is found throughout the day’s festivities. We thought it would be fun to research the IP of the Fourth of July and look at some of the patents and trademarks that help us do, drink, eat and celebrate the day. (Clicking on the titles will take you to the respective Google Patent page).

May 2016

How IP Leaders Can Win C-Suite Support - Interview with Bruce Elder of IDT - Part II

Continuing the latest installment of IP Answers, IDT’s Legal Director of Intellectual Property and Licensing Bruce Elder explains how in-house counsel can get attention and budget from the C-suite for their IP program.

February 2016

Intellectual Property (IP) of the Super Bowl 2016

From advertising and touchdowns, to massive TV audiences and the always-hyped halftime concert, the Super Bowl® is the most-watched event on American television. On the field, in the stands, and behind the scenes, here are some of the key technologies and trademarks behind the National Football League’s marquee event.

January 2016

Challenges in Life Science Intellectual Property Management

There are few industries where the impact of IP management is as dramatic as it is in life science.

December 2015

The IP of Santa's Sleigh

The intellectual property of Claus: 9 inventions that make the flight of Santa's Sleigh possible.

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