Who exactly owns the IP on emojis? Can they be used in ads and such? DuetsBlog—always on these types of things—takes a look. Over on LXBN, Zosha writes on whether or not the FCC’s internet regulation might be good for more than net neutrality. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 188.
- Everyone Brave Is Forgiven – by Chris Cleav – Cleveland lawyer Patty Shlonsky of Ulmer Berne on her blog, From Briefs to Books
- Skill-Based Gaming (Part I): What is a Skill-Based Game? – Jackson, MS lawyer Blake Fulton of Jones Walker on the firm’s blog, Gulf States Gaming Law
- One Family, One Judge? Perhaps Not in the Context of an Act of Domestic Violence – Princeton, NJ attorney Eliana Baer on the firm’s New Jersey Family Legal Blog
- Adding some class to Information Governance (Part 1) – Husch Blackwell attorney Peter Sloan writing out of Kansas City, Missouri on the firm’s Byte Back
- I Should Ask for Referrals and Testimonials? You’re Kidding, Right?? – Legal marketing specialist Tom Kane of Kane Consulting Inc. in his Legal Marketing Blog
- Battling Law’s Second Language – Pam Woldow and Doug Richardson on Pam’s blog, At The Intersection
- Shutterfly and Facebook fighting biometrics suits in Illinois – Providence lawyer Linn Foster Freedman of Robinson+Cole on the firm’s blog, Data Privacy + Security Insider
- Transition services agreements: the seller’s perspective – Toronto attorney Sara Josselyn of Norton Rose on the firm’s blog, Deal Law Wire
- The “Poo” People Use: Who Owns Emojis – Minneapolis lawyer Martha Engel of Winthrop Weinstine on the firm’s DuetsBlog
- Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. and Artificial Intelligence – Kenneth Grady of Seyfarth Shaw for the firm’s blog, SeytLines
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