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Etsy Lawsuit Involving Beer Eye Chart

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Fan Art Increasingly Popular in Online Marketplaces
With the advent of the Internet, the presence of E-Commerce has begun to dominate marketplaces both domestically and abroad.  […]

Biometric Data Laws Come into Play

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In today’s age of mobile devices and ever-present Internet connectivity, consumers have witnessed the rise of the use of biometric data in lieu of passwords […]

Why Did the Girl Scouts Sue the Boy Scouts? Scouts BSA

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The times are ever evolving and with it, so are the Boy Scouts of America. After over a century in existence, they’ve decided to open […]

Music Publishers Target PokerNews Podcast For Copyright Infringement

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Even as Congress works to pass new legislation that would address digital music licensing and streaming, record labels and music publishers are still filing mass […]

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Series Leads to Netflix Suit for Trademark and Copyright Infringement

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Netflix made waves in the intellectual property news this month but not for its usual reasons.  Instead of more news about Netflix’s recent licensing deals […]

Proposed Australian Privacy Bill Raises Privacy Concerns

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While the United States continues to struggle to pass any type of overarching and complete data privacy regulation or legislation, U.S. companies have often had […]

Trademarking Fruit? About Apple Trademarks

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McIntosh, Granny Smith, and Pink Lady are all apple trademarks.  Consumers have long been supporting apple trademarks and clubs without even noticing that apples are […]

Trademark Strategies for Smaller Businesses

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When small companies and brands begin to open their doors, they often overlook the importance of trademark registration and enforcement due to either unawareness or […]

Do You Want to Stop Robocalls to Your Phone?

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It’s pretty common for robocalls to come through our phones even when we are registered in the National Do Not Call Registry. These prerecorded calls are […]

Leaders In Law — Q&A with Ally Lozano of the “Six Minute CEO Podcast” and Alexandra Lozano Immigration Law

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The Leaders in Law blog is dedicated to discussions with leading lawyers and legal thought leaders on topics including law firm management, legal developments, future of […]

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