Intellectual Property Law Blog

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Social Media Challenges for Businesses: How to Use, Police, and Enforce Your Intellectual Property

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Social media has become a major marketing tool for many companies. It provides an unprecedented number of opportunities for a company to engage with customers, […]

Pass the App: What Consumers Want in a Restaurant

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Restaurants use mobile order and pay-ahead apps to boost sales, facilitate order/payment, and increase customer loyalty. Only a few years ago, customers relied on restaurant […]

Beware The Tweet – or You May Face an Unintended Tweetstorm

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Tweets can be a great way to reach a large audience quickly. But tweets may have unexpected and unintended consequences. Here are some social media […]

Conversations with Innovators – Q&A with Paolo Stuppa and Marco Lam of Performance Tea

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This week we are talking with Paolo Stuppa and Marco Lam, founders of Performance Tea.

Paolo is an entrepreneur, technology sales executive and endurance athlete. Married for […]

Are the ICANN Rights Protection Mechanisms Contrary to Trademark Law?

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Most trademark practitioners are familiar with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (“ICANN”), an organization that is private sector and non-profit. Assembled in […]

#Trademarks: Can a Hashtag Be Protected as a Trademark?

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As social media has become ubiquitous in today’s day and age, the hashtag (“#”) has been appropriated for use in marketing and social media. In […]

Conversations with Innovators — Q&A with Reid and Heidi Rasmussen of freshbenies

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This week, we’re talking to Reid and Heidi Rasmussen, founders of freshbenies. They help employers save on healthcare costs and employees save on out-of-pocket costs.

They […]

Who Will Protect Your Data?

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Ever since service providers expanded to wireless and mobile coverage, the landscape for federal guidance has changed drastically.  In the past, the Federal Trade Commission […]

Can a Social Media Account Get You Arrested?

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In today’s day and age of the average American having over twenty active user accounts, it is hard to imagine that the mere registration of […]

Could This Case Change the DMCA Safe Harbor Provisions?

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2017 has been shaping up to be an exciting year for copyright practioners. And with Capitol Records, LLC. v. Vimeo, LLC (“Vimeo”), practitioners could see […]

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