IP Law This Week: You Should Read…

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We’ve seen a large number of well-read intellectual property law advisories and updates over the past few days on JD Supra.

The work covers a broad range of IP news and related business commentary, as written by some of the leading lawyers and law firms in the field.

For your reference, here’s a look at some of the most popular updates:

Is Super Bowl Protected by Trademark or Copyright Law? Try Both. (Davis Wright Tremaine)

Restoration of Copyright in Foreign Works Passes Constitutional Muster (McDermott)

Defense Attorneys’ Fee Standards Set in Pennsylvania Trade Secret Suits (Littler)

A Comparison of US and EU Biosimilars Regimes (Fenwick & West)

America Invents Act – Already Making its Mark (Venable)

How to Protect Your Brand Without Being a Trademark Bully: Lessons from The North Face and Coke (Foley Hoag)

A Major Brew-haha on Tap (Greenberg Glusker)

Curtain Call: Supremes Bow to Congressional Authority on Copyright Terms (Bracewell & Giuliani)

New Jersey Adopts Uniform Trade Secrets Act: Implications for Your Intellectual Property Portfolio (Schnader)

SOPA and PIPA Legislation Stalled in Congress (Mintz Levin)

Copyrighting Web-Based Software Applications (Scott & Scott)

Megaupload shut down by US authorities (Baldwins)

Indictments of Megaupload Are a Greater Threat to Web Users Than Piracy (Ifrah Law)

District Court Allows False Marking to be Re-pleaded as Consumer Protection Claim (Loeb & Loeb)

IP Buzz – January 2012 (Venable)

Incontestable – December 2011/January 2012 (Finnegan)

Becoming Immune to Reputation Damage: Tips from Kim Kardashian? (Greenberg Glusker)

Key Moments In Social Media Law (Morrison & Foerster)

Also see our recent roundup on Google+: Livin’ In a post-SOPA/PIPA World – Lawyers Weigh In On the Week That Was

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