The Briefing by the IP Regulation Web site, a podcast and video collection launched and hosted by Weintraub attorneys Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo, releases its 100th episode on December 16, 2022. Launched in 2020, The Briefing posts weekly episodes covering recent intellectual assets concerns associated to trademark, copyright, leisure, and athletics, as effectively as IP litigation and mental property in the information. The podcast is offered on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, and quite a few other platforms.
Hervey and Escovedo are extensive-time authors on Weintraub’s IP Regulation Website, and both are best-rated trademark authors on JD Supra.
“The IP Regulation Weblog has been an great way to offer normal updates on IP circumstances and decisions, but we needed to consider things a stage further more and create a format that would allow chaotic listeners to get important info on the go,” mentioned Hervey, an enjoyment, intellectual assets, and enterprise lawyer and member of Weintraub’s Controlling Board. “The Briefing also lets us to glance under the area of mental home situation regulation to deliver insights on the impact these situations may possibly have.”
“Entertainment and sports intellectual assets legislation have been transforming at an incredible speed,” reported Escovedo, an intellectual home, litigation, and sports legal professional. “The Briefing will make it doable for us to keep track of evolving instances and protect a large variety of evolving IP difficulties.”
The milestone 100th episode addresses a dispute around the NIL (name, impression, and likeness) of golfing icon Jack Nicklaus, which resulted in the “awkward” injunction towards the golfer from using his possess NIL in industrial endorsement promotions. Hervey and Escovedo examine the interaction involving non-compete clauses and the transfer of NIL rights.
To get notified of the 100th episode release, hear to previous episodes, and subscribe to The Briefing by the IP Legislation Website, stop by the podcast display site.