This week has just sped by! We’re getting ready for next week’s IP Group luncheon during INTA, and excited for the ILN’s 24th Annual Meeting the following week in Washington, DC!
So without further ado, here are this week’s Top Five!
- Web crawling, sampling, hyperlinking and indexing: is there still copyright on the internet? from Fogler Rubinoff: Nancy Miller, who will be attending next week’s IP lunch in Washington, discusses an important decision recently released by the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
- There’s An App For That – But At What Cost? from Davis & Gilbert: Davis & Gilbert looks at the true cost of apps, and what state and federal governments are doing to protect consumer privacy.
- Source Code Escrow When Entering into a Software License Agreement–Is it Necessary? from Epstein Becker & Green: EBG’s Hylan Fenster talks about source code escrow agreements for software licenses..
- Due Diligence for Complex IP and IT Transactions from Fogler Rubinoff: Colleen Spring Zimmerman, who will also be attending next week’s IP lunch in Washington, talks about due diligence in general, then focuses in on how and why IP due diligence is so critical.
- Ohio Statehouse: Week in review from McDonald Hopkins: McDonald Hopkins Government Relations Practice Group reviews the top four subjects of the week that readers should know about, from Mid-Biennium Review bills and comprehensive energy legislation to new house members chosen and legislation approved this week.