By Melissa Hunter Smith
I must admit it had not even occurred to me that the March Madness season was upon us. As such, you will not find bracket busting tips, upset picks, or predictions in this post.
By Richard Vance
The appeal challenged the validity and priority of the respective liens.
By John Tate
, Robin McGuffin
Last month, in State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. v. Norcold, Inc., the Sixth Circuit predicted that the Kentucky Supreme Court would decline to extend the "economic loss rule" to consumer transactions.
By Alexandra MacKay
A week ago last Sunday, millions of Americans watched The Oscars. As everyone now knows, "Moonlight" won the best picture award, but only after "La La Land" was first accidentally announced as the winner.
By Jennifer Kovalcik
Growing up, my dad and I watched a lot of Bond movies. You all know the line: "Bond. James Bond." [Cue music and Bond girl].
By Mari-Elise Paul
Sitting in his golden tower, he threw out a number of phrases, deciding on MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, and he immediately took his slogan to his attorneys to file an intent to use trademark application.
By Brian R. Pollock
A single petitioning creditor initiated the case of In re Zenga based on the putative debtors' responses to interrogatories which identified 10 creditors.
By Michael Goode
In 2010, Tennessee became the second state to create an elective community property system through community property trusts. Community property is a system of ownership that provides for equal ownership between husband and wife.
By Joel Beres
For those of you faithful Trademarkology readers out there, you may recall that I last posted to the blog Christmas week – and reveled in the honor of getting to write about SANTA trademarks:
By Elizabeth Thompson
The 9th Circuit's refusal to set aside a preliminary injunction of President Trump's immigration ban made headlines recently.
By Katrina Miller
, Jennifer Pekman
Last week in Macy v. GC Services, the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky certified a class action involving the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ("FDCPA").
By S. Kelly Gilliam
OSHA's much maligned anti-retaliation rule took effect December 1, 2016.
By Alexandra MacKay
, Erika Barnes
January in Nashville has been a roller coaster of temperatures. One day hints at spring and the next punishes all who failed to wear earmuffs. Adaptability and resilience are key in the current climate.
By Nina Maja Bergmar
In less than two months, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will begin accepting applications for the much-coveted H-1B visa.
By Jennifer J. Cave
Days before President Trump was sworn in, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published amendments to the Risk Management Plan (RMP) rule, which implements Section 112(r) of the Clean Air Act.