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Preserving Maps: Maintaining the Secret While Disclosing Seismic Data


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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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