Last year, we reported on the Law Commission’s consultation on the provisions surrounding ‘groundless’ threats of intellectual property (IP) infringement proceedings (or, to give them their slightly less proper but altogether easier label, the ‘groundless threats provisions’, or GTP).
The US Department of Justice considers the Hells Angels to be an organised criminal syndicate but, as Magdalena Borucka and Alastair Rawlence discover, the motorcycle club is pretty astute when it comes to staying on the right side of IP law.
This blog recently discussed California Assembly Bill 1839 concerning film production tax credits. The bill is designed to incentivize the production of films (and create jobs) in California. As noted in the previous post, the Milken Institute provided numerous recommendations...