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By Dieter J. Raemdonck
If you have watched television in the last few week, you may have noticed a pleasant lack of campaign advertisements during your favorite shows.
By Douglas Tumminello
Readers of National Geographic Magazine were treated this month to an interesting article titled Unplugging the Selfie Generation, about the challenges and rewards of getting young people...
By Emily A. Bayton
Vibram first introduced its line of split-toe running shoes in 2006, which are specifically designed to provide runners with a running experience similar to running barefoot.
By Douglas Tumminello
Bike ride, anyone? Electric bicycles – e-bikes – are quickly growing in popularity as technology improves and prices fall, and regulations are working to catch up.
By Gary J. Nelson
In regard to the similarity of goods, this case is a good example of the genus-species rule.
By Mark Davidson
A recent New York Times article ("Windmill and Solar Panels, or Nuclear Reactors", NY Times, 11/14/16) highlights what could be an interesting dilemma for both developing and industrialized nations seeking to de-carbonize in tandem with the Paris Accord.
By Aaron D. Arnson, Melanie Pate, Delany Steele
On November 8, 2016, Arizona voters approved the Arizona Minimum Wage and Paid Time Off Initiative, which will increase the minimum wage and, provide mandatory paid sick leave for employees.
By Shane Olafson
The Federal Trade Commission is the government agency primarily responsible for imposing penalties on companies that fail to protect consumer data.
By Gary J. Nelson
Applicant filed for a trademark application for ENDORPHINS for "hats; sweatshirts; t-shirts; tank tops." (Seriously,…does anyone wear tank tops anymore?)
By Pilar Thomas
On October 25, 2016, the federal district court in the Northern District of California approved the United States' Amended Consent Decree to resolve claims against German automaker Volkswagen AG and related entities.
By Gregory Y. Harris
On November 3, 2016, the Arizona Court of Appeals allowed South Point Energy Center, LLC ("South Point") to pursue challenges to the assessment of property taxes for tax years 2010 and 2011 and for 2012 and 2013 on its power plant on the Fort Mojave Indian Reservation.
By Roman Borisov
The Energy Choice Initiative, State Question No. 3, received close to three quarters of the votes cast on Tuesday. The question on the ballot read:
By Thomas Dougherty
While recent news stories focus on telecom and entertainment giants AT&T and Time Warner exploring a merger that could reshape their respective industries . . .
By Shane Olafson
On October 24, 2016, the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals held that the U.S. Supreme Court's holding in the 2014 patent case Octane Fitness also applies to trademark cases.
By G. Warren Bleeker
Fashion designers could be left defenseless against copycats if the US Supreme Court rules that certain features are not protected under the Copyright Act.
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