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Those closest to you are the ones capable of causing more significant harm. So for our last episode of the season, we talked with Peter Hlavnicka and Anthony Keats about trademark protection and their books: “Protecting the Brand: Counterfeiting and Grey Markets” and “Protecting the Brand: Busting the Bootlegs.”
The look and feel have great value in the market. Margaret Polson shares with us how aesthetic appearance can find protection under a design patent.
An action can cause an unwanted or unforeseen consequence. If we did not intent intellectual property infringement, shouldn't we find a way to protect ourselves against such missteps? Patrick R. Goold recounts his book “IP Accidents: Negligence Liability in Intellectual Property”.
Give me your creations, inventions and innovations, and I will give you back exclusive rights for the greater good of humanity is the general promise of the intellectual property system. Our guest Jessica Silbey details if IP is keeping its promise while explaining how to guide the conversation toward the needed change.
Put your registration where your mark is! Shondra Cheris gives us a practical guide to trademark registration.  
The story of Intellectual Property does not end with registration or protection, it merely begins! Discover with Andrew J. Sherman the many ways to harvest intangible assets. 
Can Open Access be the answer to hinder widespread misinformation? What role does Copyright play? Professor John Willinsky talks about the changes needed in the US Copyright Law and his book “Copyright's Broken Promise: How to Restore the Laws Ability to Promote the Progress of Science”. 
The first episode of the third season brings a new type of discussion. We will connect neuroscience with Intellectual Property while discussing Professor Mark Bartholomew's book "Intellectual Property and the Brain: How Neuroscience Will Reshape Legal Protection for Creations of the Mind".
On the last episode of our second season, we have the joyful pleasure of interviewing David Newhoff to talk about his book "Who Invented Oscar Wilde?: The Photograph at the Center of Modern American Copyright". 
In many ways, our conduct can dictate the level of protection and exclusivity of our copyrightable content. Poorna Mysoor teaches us how certain actions and circumstances can imply authorization to use our works. Discover this fascinating research in her new book  "Implied Licences in Copyright Law".
The Pixel Lawyer, Chris Brown, shares his journey as a lawyer and experiences handling copyright and trademark cases. Chris is a part-time virtual startup lawyer, full-time entrepreneur. His law firm Pixel Law provides a fresh and novel approach with tools such as downloadable contract templates.
Where a product is made can serve as an identifier, quality assurance, and special characteristics trace. Dr. Andrea Zappalaglio steers through his new book "The Transformation of EU Geographical Indications Law: The Present, Past and Future of the Origin Link (Routledge Research in Intellectual Property).
Who prevails when a person registers a trademark, and another registers an identical or similar Internet domain name? Well, it usually depends on three factors. Rodolfo C. Rivas, an international lawyer and experienced arbitrator on these legal conflicts, uncovers every important angle of this pointy issue. 
From fictional characters, social media use, memes, sampling to photos taken by drones. Michelle Bogre and Nancy Wolff give us highlights of their book "The Routledge Companion to Copyright and Creativity in the 21st Century" while steering over the hottest topics on copyright.  
A triumphant invention needs more than just a patent. It requires a vigilant eye and a clear path to achieve success. Joanna T. Brougher shows us the way talking about her book "Billion Dollar Patents: Strategies for Finding Opportunities, Generating Value, and Protecting Your Inventions." 
Matthias Hillner shares his excellent knowledge of design innovation with us and how Intellectual Property plays a crucial role in protecting those endeavors. Matthias is the author of the book  “Intellectual Property, Design Innovation, and Entrepreneurship”. He holds a Ph.D. in Design Intellectual Property and Innovation Management, a Master of Arts, and an MPhil from the Royal College of Art, London, UK.
Ellakisha O’Kelley expresses power in every word. She guides us through her book “Code v. Code: The Street Code Versus The Legal Code - Rethinking Your Business Transactions: An Empowerment Guide for Athletes, Entertainers, and Entrepreneurs”.  If you are aspiring to achieve greatness, you cannot miss her forceful message. 
A severe injury took him from farming to the path of engineering and inventions. Curtis Droege enriches our podcast with his experiences and knowledge as a patent agent and through his book “Patent Strategy For Entrepreneurs.” 
Margery Hilko takes us on a journey from the printing press, radio, personal computers, the Internet, and Artificial Intelligence. We immerse ourselves in her book "Disrupting Copyright: How Disruptive Innovations and Social Norms are Challenging Intellectual Property Law." 
We kick-off the new season by talking with Peter Button, Vice Secretary-General of the International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV). We discuss food security, climate change, and the crucial role of protecting new plant varieties. 
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