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Preserving Maps: Maintaining the Secret While Disclosing Seismic Data

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Seismic data is essential to the evaluation of oil and gas prospects. While some oil and gas deals still close without review of seismic data, […]

Adidas Loses Iconic Three-Stripe Trademark Registration in the EU

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Despite enjoying a long tenure of registration on both the U.S. Federal Register and the European Union Register, Adidas recently suffered a devastating blow when […]

Treasure Maps: Seismic Data in the Oil Patch and How to Protect It

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Seismic data has long been considered highly-valuable in the oil and gas industry. So much so that people in the industry often call seismic data […]

Amazon Fights ASIN Hijacking

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As Amazon has experienced exponential growth since its inception, it has had to wrestle with new and emerging issues in technology and intellectual property law.

One […]

Protect Your Website From Domain Hijacking

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Domain hijacking, or domain theft, occurs when a person improperly changes the registration of a domain name without permission from the original registrant. A domain […]

States Lead the Charge in Protecting Internet Privacy

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In light of recent changes to the federal Internet privacy law, state lawmakers have begun to draft and propose legislation aimed at creating broad protection […]

Conversations with Innovators – Q&A with Diane Seimetz Duncan of Launch Agency

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This week we are talking with Diane Seimetz Duncan, co-founder and principal of Launch Agency.  Diane is an award-winning consultant experienced in helping start-ups and […]

Guest Post: Fore! – Heads Up For IP Issues During Masters Week

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This is a guest post by Austin-based attorney Brian A. Hall of Traverse Legal, PLC.

It’s Masters week, one of the most exciting weeks of the […]

Combatting Digital Threats to Brands in the Online Marketplace

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Although the exponential growth of e-commerce in recent years has benefited retailers and manufacturers, the continued expansion of cyber sales channels has also increased the […]

Senate Votes to Overturn FCC Online Privacy Rules

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Advocates of online privacy have been concerned with the latest privacy law changes voted on by Congress. As many recall, rules passed last year by […]

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