Articles From Daniel Kegan

Intellectual Improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, September 2021 An eclectic gathering of recent intellectual property developments.
Intellectual Improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, May 2021 An eclectic gathering of recent intellectual property developments.
Intellectual Improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, March 2021 An eclectic gathering of recent intellectual property developments.
Intellectual Improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, September 2020 An eclectic gathering of recent intellectual property developments.
Intellectual Improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, May 2020 An eclectic gathering of recent intellectual property developments.
Precedented Insufficient Memory: COVID-19 and Earlier Plagues By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, May 2020 January 2020 saw the launch of a novel coronavirus, its resultant Covid-19 disease, a worldwide pandemic, and ubiquitous pronouncements of an “unprecedented” event—unprecedented only if one’s personal and availed institutional memory stops near the Vietnam War, World War I, Jeffrey Amherst, or Columbus sailing to “America,” and if one ignores plague literature. With references and resources.
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Intellectual Improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, February 2020 An eclectic gathering of recent intellectual property developments.
Political Trade Secrets: Intellectual Property Defense to Political Hacking By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, February 2020 An effective Defend Trade Secrets Act litigation may not immediately reverse an election result, but it might severely weaken the conspirators.
Intellectual Improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, December 2019 An eclectic gathering of recent intellectual property developments.
Inside the USPTO-TM By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, September 2019 A summary of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office visit to Chicago on July 11, 2019.
Intellectual Improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, September 2019 An eclectic gathering of recent intellectual property developments.
‘Who Owns the News? A History of Copyright’ by Will Slauter: A Review By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, September 2019 Modern U.S. copyright law has had a number of picky technicalities, some of which were only clarified this year.
Intellectual improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, June 2019 An eclectic gathering of recent intellectual property developments.
Intellectual improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, April 2019 An eclectic gathering of recent intellectual property developments.
Intellectual Improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, January 2019 An eclectic gathering of recent intellectual property developments.
Intellectual improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, November 2018 An eclectic gathering of recent intellectual property developments.
Intellectual improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, June 2018 An eclectic gathering of recent intellectual property developments.
Intellectual Improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, March 2018 An eclectic gathering of recent intellectual property developments.
Intellectual Improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, November 2017 An eclectic gathering of recent intellectual property developments.
Mohawk sovereign immunity tactic vs. inter party review By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, September 2017 Can an asset transfer to a sovereign, here an Native American Indian tribe, in the midst of an Inter Party Review (IPR) deprive the PTO of jurisdiction? Allergan Plc transfer to the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe for billion-dollar annual sales drug Restasis.
Simple IP evaluations By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, September 2017 Perspectives on evaluating intellectual property, prompted by Internet elist queries: Breach of non-compete damages, Internet domain and associated trademarks, and Seeking accountant with IP experience.
Intellectual Improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, June 2017 New and notable intellectual property updates.
Intellectual Improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, January 2017 New and notable intellectual property updates.
Repairing disparagement: A slant on language and trademarks By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, January 2017 The arc of the moral universe reportedly is long, but bends toward justice. Will the US Supreme Court accelerate or impede that curvature when it decides Lee v. Tam, which is scheduled for hearing on January 18, 2017?
First copyright principles for the First Lady’s speech By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, September 2016 Who owns the copyright to a speech made by the spouse of the President of the United States? The First Lady of the United States (FLOTUS), the President of the United States (POTUS), the federal government, the writers assisting the spouse, the editors of the speech, we the American people, no one? As with most short legal questions, it depends.
Intellectual Improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, September 2016 An eclectic gathering of recent intellectual property developments
Intellectual Improbabilities By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, July 2016 New and notable intellectual property updates.
Taking a default By Daniel Kegan International and Immigration Law, February 2016 Defaulting has pejorative connotations, but sometimes accepting a default judgment may be a wise decision. Courts sometimes permit alternatives to traditional service, FRCP 4. The Hague Service Convention, the Inter-American Convention on Letters Rotatory, and the ubiquitous, pervasive Internet make service of process easier. The Internet has also spawned complaints with hundreds of defendants, often for alleged copyright or trademark violations. For the innocent, downstream, small business defendant, defaulting may be more rational than defending, even when the complaint contains deceptive and false allegations. Decision considerations and likely settlement elements are presented.
Intellectual Improbabilities™ By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, November 2015 News and updates of interest to intellectual property law practitioners.
Taking a default By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, November 2015 Defaulting has pejorative connotations, but sometimes accepting a default judgment may be a wise decision. Courts sometimes permit alternatives to traditional service, FRCP 4. The Hague Service Convention, the Inter-American Convention on Letters Rotatory, and the ubiquitous, pervasive Internet make service of process easier. The Internet has also spawned complaints with hundreds of defendants, often for alleged copyright or trademark violations. For the innocent, downstream, small business defendant, defaulting may be more rational than defending, even when the complaint contains deceptive and false allegations. Decision considerations and likely settlement elements are presented.

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