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By Carla A. Consoli
The arduous permitting process for most mining operations takes seven to ten years as compared to two or three years in Australia.
By Takashi Hashimoto
In a trademark infringement action involving the mark DJ LOGIC for music produced using turntables and vocals, the Sixth Circuit explored evidence of social media promotion submitted by the plaintiff to support the commercial strength of his mark.
By John Carson
On March 17, 2017, Judge Nguyen of the Central District of California struck down the California Resale Royalty Act (CRRA) as violative of the Due Process Clause of the United States Constitution (Graham v. Sotheby's).
By Shane Olafson
Earlier this week the House Small Business Committee published new cyber security and data privacy guidance for small businesses.
By Lauren E. Schneider, Nicole Ballew Chang
We can consider this decision as a reminder for academic scientists that balancing patent interests with academic etiquette and protocol is often like walking a tight rope.
By Mark Davidson
A recent American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) report indicates that in 2015, wind surpassed hydroelectricity in U.S. installed capacity.
By Roman Borisov
The next time you are flying in or out of McCarran International Airport, Las Vegas, take a look at the valley that spreads just southeast of the city.
By Emily A. Bayton
YETI®, a well-known manufacturer of high-quality coolers and insulated tumblers, recently settled several lawsuits against cooler competitor RTIC involving allegations of trade dress infringement, patent infringement and ...
By Mark Davidson
On Thursday, February 16, 2017, the Delaware bankruptcy judge overseeing the Energy Future Holdings Corp. Chapter 11 bankruptcy, stated that the most recent plan for emergence from Chapter 11 met the standards for confirmation.
By Thomas Campbell
At its February 7, 2017 Open Meeting, the Arizona Corporation Commission approved a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility for the Southline Transmission Project. Docket No. L-00000AAA-16-0370-000173.
By Karl Rutledge
"Almost every company offers sweepstakes and contests, what's the concern?" It's a common refrain when a business considers starting an online promotion.
By Mark Davidson
Dr. Rosenfeld's first foray into the energy efficiency field began during the first Arab oil embargo of 1973.
By E. Martín Enriquez
Deciding when to take a product or service to a foreign market is a difficult decision. The perceived opportunities presented by the latest hot market can be tempting for a company wanting to grow.
By Thomas Dougherty
On January 6, 2017, following nearly four years of discussions, the entities comprising the Mountain West Transmission Group announced that they are exploring "potential participation with an existing regional transmission organization."
By Karl Rutledge
My previous post provided an overview of gambling concerns associated with a promotion. This post is an extension of that topic and addresses the need for official rules, some of the necessary provisions to include in such rules, and state registration and bonding requirements.
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