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By Katrina Miller
In its latest "junk fax" case, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a district court's denial of class certification and dismissal of a lawsuit alleging that...
By Alexandra MacKay
Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a national holiday marking the birthday and commemorating the life of one of our most venerated civil rights leaders.
By Jennifer Kovalcik
Welcome to 2017! With a new year, comes new resolutions – often promises of being healthier and generally vowing to be better. While I was on a plane on Monday, a millennial guy seated next to me was writing out his list of new year's resolutions.
By Richard Vance
Last year, we posted about Madden v. Midland Funding, LLC, 786 F.3d 246 (2d Cir. 2015), where the Second Circuit Court of Appeals decided to ignore the "Valid When Made" doctrine.
By Mari-Elise Paul
If you grew up in the '80s, your favorite Christmas song just might be Christmas in Hollis. This year, Run-D.M.C. made a holiday appearance for a reason other than just on the radio.
By William Geisen
As you have likely experienced, most construction disputes settle prior to trial or arbitration. Preparing for trial or arbitration, however, can be incredibly expensive and extremely draining...
By Joel Beres
Getting tapped to post on Trademarkology the week before Christmas is quite an honor.
By Michael Goode
At this time, it is difficult to determine what the specific provisions of President-elect Donald Trump's tax proposals will be.
By Jennifer Kovalcik
The National Hockey League is adding a new expansion team in Las Vegas that will play its home games in the impressive new T-Mobile Arena located on the strip.
By Jennifer J. Cave
EPA is working to address the policy implications raised in the comments before it publishes the final rule now expected in 2017.
By Jennifer J. Cave, J. Clarke Keller
Energy companies have embraced drone technology as a safe and cost effective way to do business.
By Richard Vance
Certain provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act were aimed at encouraging and protecting whistleblowers.
By Alexandra MacKay
Before a U.S. application filed on an in-use or intent-to-use basis may proceed to registration, the applicant must show that the mark has been used in commerce.
By Shannon Hamilton
Just 10 days before the implementation date of the proposed FLSA overtime regulations, Federal Judge Amos L. Mazzant III of the Eastern District of Texas issued a preliminary injunction...
By Michael Goode
As this time, it is difficult to determine what the specific provisions of President-Elect Donald J. Trump's tax proposals will be; however, it is important to highlight the types of planning that are not likely to be affected, and therefore could, and should, continue.
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