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Working as a sales clerk in a second-rate London bicycle shop, an adult Harry Potter amuses himself by turning coat hangers into bicycles. When his Muggle supervisor returns, wacky antics ensue. Obliviate! Patent art via Context-Free Patent Art. Cross-posted to The Digital Garbage Net.
See above for illustration accompanying an issued patent for A Method of Tilting A Head to Indicate Confusion. This method is routinely employed and likely infringed by most law students when first confronted with Fed. R. Civ. P. 19(a) and 19(b) regarding Joinder of Required Parties, as amply illustrated by the appropriately numbered illustrations above. Note for example […]
Most of us think of Monopoly as a board game. Intellectual Property folk also think of it as a source of IP issues: trademarks in the name, trade dress of the game, copyright, and even patents. But how about this: a POW escape kit? Megan Garber writes in the Atlantic about how the WWII Allies used […]