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The LexTek Report Publishes Saper Law Article on Twitter and Copyrights

This article was published in the lextekreport.com on August 6, 2009 TWITTER AND COPYRIGHTS, FOR 25 CENTS PER CHARACTER Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks, recently posed an interesting question. Can you own a copyright in your tweets? The Internet community inundated his blogging site with varied responses. Some claimed that tweets are copyrightable because they […]

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Daliah Saper Profiled in Law Bulletin article re: Lawyers using Social Media

June 09, 2009 Volume: 155 Issue: 112 Reprinted by permission from Law Bulletin Publishing Co: http://www.chicagolawbulletin.com Lawyers flock to social media sites to subtly pitch their services By Jerry Crimmins Law Bulletin staff writer Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and blogs continue to blossom as marketing tools, several Chicago lawyers say, while the publisher of the Yellow […]

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Saper Law attorneys publish article in ISBA Intellectual Property Newsletter

Daliah Saper, and Saper Law Associate, Dominka Szreder, recently published an article in the Illinois State Bar Association Intellectual Property Newsletter. The full article is posted here. You may read the newsletter by clicking here: “LITIGATING KEYWORDS LIKE IT’S 1999.”

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Daliah Saper interviewed by Technology Access Television

Bruce Montgomery, host of Tech Access TV,  recently interviewed Daliah Saper about the state of technology in Chicago, current issues in Intellectual Property law, and other topics affecting businesses.  The show will air on: Date: Tuesday, November 18, 2008 Time: 8:30pm Channel: Cable Channel 21 on All Chicago Cable TV Systems (Comcast, Wow, RCN) The show […]

Saper Law featured in Chicago Book

Mathew Walker’s, The Chicago Book, is now available for sale at Borders, Barnes & Nobles, and Walden Books.  The Chicago Book is a glossy hard cover coffee table book that includes articles and photographs about Chicago landmarks, celebrities, and places of interest.  The book also profiles 100 of Chicago’s top companies—of which one is Saper […]

Saper Law case makes front page of Chicago Reader

On October 11, 2008 the Chicago Reader ran a front-page feature on Saper Law Offices’ Internet case Bonhomme v. St. James-Priggie, which states claims for online defamation, fraudulent misrepresentation, intentional infliction of emotional distress and other related charges.  To read the article click here: http://www.chicagoreader.com/features/stories/jannastjames/

DuPage County Bar Association publishes article by Daliah Saper

The Journal of the Dupage Countay Bar Association  just published Daliah Saper’s article “Designer” Jewelry vs. “Inspired-by” Jewelry: Intellecutal Property Infringement and Unfair Competition Considerations in its October 2008 issue.  The article, written with assistance from Saper Law Clerks, Adam Urbanczyk and Nick Jaramillio, analyzes copyright, trademark, and unfair competition law as applied to “inspired-by” jewelry designs and provides […]

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Daliah Saper endorsed by StyleExpose.com

The www.styleexpose.com endorsement: April 7, 2008 – Daliah Saper is Our Star Attorney We’re allowed to endorse, so we do. After all, many of you in the fashion industry base your decisions off recommendations. You probably remember Daliah Saper from our “In Fashion and Out of Trouble” seminar back in June 2007. If you didn’t, here’s […]

Saper Law featured in Chicago Reader

Saper Law recently made headlines by filing a Motion to Dismiss pursuant to the Citizen Participation Act.  You can read about the case and learn a little bit about the Act by reading Michael Miner’s column in the April 3, 2008 edition of the Chicago Reader.  The article may also be accessed online: http://www.chicagoreader.com/features/stories/hottype/080403/

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