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By Alexandra MacKay
Only three months ago we wrote about rebranding. Just two months ago we wrote about beloved brand nicknames.
By John Scruton
We recently looked at the idea of state universities claiming a (limited) monopoly on the right to use the name of their state on clothing and other items.
By John Scruton
One of the facts of modern life is that you will be the target of scams. Sometimes it's the son of the former defense minister of Nigeria.
By Alexandra MacKay
A familiar adage teaches that one catches more flies with honey than with vinegar. Without in any way implying that infringers are flies, we can apply this lesson to the trademark context.
By Rachel Dix Bishop
The weekly podcast is all about innovators, entrepreneurs, idealists, and the stories behind the movements they built
By Adam Smith
What law governs your construction contract and the claims that may arise out of it?
By Alex P. Herrington, Jr. (Mike), Luke F. Ervin
On August 20, 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") announced that it adopted amendments to Rule 15c2-12 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the "Rule").
By Robin McGuffin, Shannon Antle Hamilton
Instead, if their claims are successful, the severance pay will be deducted from any damages ultimately recovered.
By John Scruton
Collegiate licensing is a big deal these days. Lots of alumni and fans of college teams want to wear clothing bearing the marks of their alma mater or their favorite team.
By Megan K. George, Aaron R. Klein
An emerging trend in cost-conscious and sustainable construction is modular construction.
By Alexandra MacKay
One sign of a prominent, strong, and/or beloved brand is a nickname. Consumers sometimes show their affection for their favorite brands by abbreviating them, elongating them, or creating variations of them.
By James C Seiffert, Jameson Seiffert
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Pub. L. 115-97, signed into law on December 22, 2017, introduced the Opportunity Zone program (Internal Revenue Code §1400Z-1 and §1400Z-2) which provides a new federal framework ...
By Michael White
The latest chapter in the ongoing joint-employer case between McDonald's USA, LLC and the NLRB was written on Tuesday, as an administrative law judge rejected a proposed settlement between the parties.
By Alexandra MacKay
I have fond memories¹ of drowning my pancakes in all the flavored syrups on the table rack at IHOP. But, on June 4, the International House of Pancakes announced that though it had been IHOP for 60 years...
By Andrew J. Poltorak
A recent study reports that 88 percent of contractors receive slow payments on construction projects nationwide.
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