Do You Copy?
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||'Do You Copy?' Podcast, Episode 63, March 7, 2014||Ananda and Tony discuss a controversial decision by the Ninth Circuit that finds that an actor has a copyright interest in her performance in a film separate from the overall copyright interest in the film, a decision that looks ripe for further appeal. Tony also lays out a detailed case for why he thinks that the administration seems to have taken over control of the Patent and Trademark Office's policymaking functions. The "Do You Copy?" Podcast is also available for free subscription and download at the Apple iTunes Store (accessible to both subscribers and non-subscribers).||6 3 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||'Do You Copy?' Podcast, Episode 62, Feb. 25, 2014||Ananda and Tony return from a hiatus with a preview of SEVEN intellectual property cases going up for argument before the U.S. Supreme Court. The "Do You Copy?" Podcast is also available for free subscription and download at the Apple iTunes Store (accessible to both subscribers and non-subscribers.)||24 2 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||'Do You Copy?' Podcast, Episode 61, Oct. 18, 2013||Ananda and Tony discuss three writs of certiorari granted by the Supreme Court, one in a case involving Martin Scorsese and Robert DeNiro's movie Raging Bull and two party cases involving the standard for awarding attorneys' fees to the prevailing party in exceptional cases. (Podcast is available for free download and subscription at Apple's iTunes Store.)||17 10 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||'Do You Copy?' Podcast, Episode 60, Aug. 23, 2013||Tony has an update on the war between Apple and Samsung (and Apple and Motorola) which has gotten so hot that the White House has stepped in to blow a whistle. And then Tony gets to talk sports again, as decisions are issued in cases involving the use of athletes' images, likenesses, and identities in video games. Ananda gets to talk about movies and literature, and a Mississippi judge's ruling in a battle between Woody Allen and (the estate of) William Faulkner. Also, cellphone unlocking legislation makes headway, but not without complaints. Finally, publishers of technical works suffer significant losses in their attempt to hold liable for infringement lawyers who copy scholarly articles to include with patent applications. (Free downloads and subscriptions available at Apple's iTunes Store.)||22 8 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||'Do You Copy?' Podcast, Episode 59, July 5, 2013||On this holiday-week podcast, Ananda and Tony discuss the latest development in the now 7-year-old Google Book Search case as well as the Eleventh Circuit's exercise of jurisdiction over a patent case in MDS v. Rad Source. (Podcast is also available for free subscriptions and downloads at Apple's iTunes Store.)||4 7 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||'Do You Copy?' Podcast, Episode 58, June 28, 2013||Ananda and Tony make their triumphant return with a rundown of all the big IP law news that has been raining down over the last several weeks, including Supreme Court decisions in Myriad and Actavis. Myriad represents at least a partial victory for those objecting to patenting of human genes. Actavis offers an opportunity to subject reverse-payment deals to antitrust law. Also on the agenda are rulings on petitions for certiorari in Intercollegiate Broadcasting, Lexmark, and Medtronic, the first of which ends a dispute over the appointment of the judges of the Copyright Royalty Board. The new Patent Trial and Appeal Board issues its very first decision, in SAP America. The software patent action before the Federal Circuit in Ultramercial v. Hulu creates less of a stir than might be hoped and Monsanto wins another victory against farmers. Finally, the president himself gets in on the anti-patent troll conversation., including Supreme...||27 6 13||Free||View In iTunes|