If you missed Daliah's presentation to the YLS Intellectual Property Law Committee today, you may access her powerpoint here: CBA Presentation 12.3.08 Daliah's presentation was titled: "Designer" Jewelry vs. "Inspired-By"Jewelry: Intellectual Property Infringement and Unfair Competition Considerations . In her talk, Daliah provided an overview of copyright, trademark, and unfair competition laws as they are applied in cases concerning jewelry.
“Designer” Jewelry vs. “Inspired-by” Jewelry: Intellectual Property Infringement and Unfair Competition Considerations By: Daliah Saper, Saper Law Offices, LLC with assistance from her law clerks: Nicolas Jaramillo, Northwestern ’10, and Adam Urbanczyk, John Marshall ‘09 Continue Reading
If you missed the September Saper Law Seminar on IP Valuation and Trade Secret Protection, you can view and download Daliah Saper’s presentation below. What is Intellectual Property, and how do I establish such rights? How much is my Intellectual Property worth? What steps must I take to protect my trade secret, copyright, patent, or trademark? Find the answers to these questions and others in the presentation below. Download: September Saper Law Seminar: IP Valuation and Trade Secret Protection Continue Reading
Daliah presented the following presentation at SocDevCamp Chicago on Saturday August 9, 2008:Legal Liability under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and the Communications Decency Act Presented by Daliah Saper, Saper Law Offices, LLC Download PowerPoint slides: Legal Liability under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and the Communications Decency Act Continue Reading
Posted Monday, June 17, 2008 Daliah Saper is this month's Industrial Council of Nearwest Chicago featured guest columnist. In her June 2008 ICN article, she writes about topics in intellectual property law, including trademarks, copyrights, and patents. Daliah explains the advantages entrepreneurs and business owners secure from protecting the value of their intellectual property. The column may be accessed online: https://saperlaw.com/?p=42
On April 30, 2008, Daliah Saper will be giving a lecture to design students about copyright protection and other intellectual property considerations at the Institute of Design, a graduate school of the Illinois Institute of Technology.
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If you are in business, chances are that you are involved in some sort of advertising or promotion for your goods and services. Say that you give out some of your products to a celebrity and photograph her with the products. Can you now use that photograph in your advertising? Or perhaps you learn that a famous football player has been using your product. Can you use his name in promoting your product? What if you just want to use the name or picture of an individual with no claim to fame? And what if you didn’t take the picture Continue Reading
In negotiating and reviewing book publishing contracts, authors may typically first receive a standard, boilerplate contract. Still, most of these terms are considered negotiable, and should be reviewed by your attorney. Royalty calculations, rights granted, publication issues, revisions – all should be on the table for discussion. What follows are some important provisions that the author should be aware of: Continue Reading