2011 January Archive

Righthaven Gives No Warning to Copyright Infringers

By Mandour & Associates, APC on January 31, 2011

no-camera Los Angeles – Righthaven LLC, a controversial “technology company” which sues unsuspecting websites for copyright infringement of its clients’ newspaper articles and photographs, is now targeting The Drudge Report over use of a photo. In addition to suing for monetary damages, Righthaven is reportedly also going after control of The Drudge Report’s domain. Read the rest »

Indie Filmmakers Take Action Against Copyright Infringement

By Mandour & Associates, APC on January 25, 2011

movie-theater Los Angeles – In the ongoing battle to protect their movies from being illegally downloaded, independent film companies are pulling out the big guns…they are suing persons downloading the illegal movies for copyright infringement. Read the rest »

Apple New Patent: Look Behind the Logo

By Mandour & Associates, APC on January 18, 2011

mandour apple logoCalifornia – For many years Apple and other cell phone manufacturers have wrestled with where to put the antenna in cell phones. Read the rest »

Posted in: Patent Registration

New York Ad Campaign: Copyright Infringement Causes Lost Jobs

By Mandour & Associates, APC on January 5, 2011

www-internet Los Angeles – New York City will launch a city-wide advertising campaign to chip away at the consciences of file-sharers.  The message: Downloading movies and music without paying for them is a job-killer for the city.  The publicly-funded anti-piracy campaign will be seen on taxicabs, busses, in movie cinemas, and on the web. Read the rest »