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By Michael White
The latest news regarding a possible path for resolution of the standard by which a franchisor may be held to be a "joint employer" of its franchisees' employees, and thus liable for those employees' claims for violations of employment laws, ...
By Elizabeth Thompson, Richard Simpson (Summer Associate)
At the end of the 20th century, the international legal community attempted to address increasingly common issues with the use of electronic signatures.
By David Ratterman, Gregory P. Parsons, Steven Henderson
In 1933, Franklin Delano Roosevelt bolstered the national psyche by suggesting that "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself!"
By Alexandra MacKay
Maybe it's just because I am about to go on vacation with seven children under the age of 11 (and their parents) ...
By Janet A. Craig
Certificate of Need (CON) has been both a blessing and a burden for hospitals as they have adapted to some of the biggest changes in the healthcare market.
By Rachel Dix Bishop
This hockey season, the Las Vegas Golden Knights have been fighting to establish their name in the National Hockey League . . . and with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
By Jeffery Langer
For many years, foreign companies were reluctant to seek and enforce intellectual property protection in China.
By Alyson Cox
Today, there are more programs than ever at the federal, state and local levels to ensure the participation of small businesses in contracting opportunities.
By Alexandra MacKay
There are several different kinds of intellectual property protection (e.g., trademarks, patents, and copyrights).
By Rachel Dix Bishop
Hi everyone! You're favorite Trademarkologist-in-training is back! I apologize for not blogging last month but my husband, Chris, and I were at the 2018 Masters Tournament® in Augusta, Georgia!
By Alexandra MacKay
Someone said a picture is worth a thousand words. If true, that would make it really difficult to compare a design mark and a word mark for likelihood of confusion purposes.
By John Scruton
The groundbreaking Serial podcast was involved in two very different legal developments last week. The one that made the news involved its protagonist, Adnan Syed.
By Joel Beres
No, even though we are down to the Final Four, I'm still not going to write about MARCH MADNESS®.
By Joel Beres
No, I'm not going to write about MARCH MADNESS® – that annual ritual of college basketball and the NCAA® basketball tournament.
By William Gorton III
In previous alerts we addressed the continued national confusion about the nature and extent of federal jurisdiction over properties exhibiting "waters of the United States" asking, "What Are Waters of the United States"...
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