Money Makes The World Go ‘Round: Is Money Foiling IP Ideals?

Jun 27, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

You’ve got to hand it to Christopher Sprigman for telling it like it is. In a story in the Guardian newspaper about

Harper Lee settles ‘To Kill A Mockibird’ Trademark-Infringement Suit

Jun 6, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

This week, Harper Lee, the reclusive author of “To Kill A Mockingbird,” settled her lawsuit with the Monroe County Heritage Museum, which

Is it a good thing that ‘Boston Strong’ can’t be trademarked?

Apr 18, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

Around the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing, you probably saw a multitude of products bearing the words “Boston Strong.” Despite

Ferrari v. Fans: When Consumer Enthusiasm Goes Wrong

Mar 28, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

Well, is this any way to treat your fans? Luxury Italian carmaker Ferrari is locked in a lawsuit and counter-suit with the

U.S. PTO Says ‘No’ To Redskins…Again

Mar 21, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

Remember when the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office rejected a trademark application for a brand of pork rinds called “Redskins Hog Rinds”

‘Charbucks’ and Chipotle: Trademark issues tip toward David, away from Goliath

Nov 22, 2013 By: Will Ashenmacher

A few years ago, when I would walk home from law school through the downtown Minneapolis skyway, I’d pass a restaurant called

Westlaw Topical Highlights: Intellectual Property, July 2, 2013

Jul 2, 2013 By: Casey Hall

Westlaw Topical Highlights for Intellectual Property provides summaries of significant federal court decisions and legislative and administrative activities affecting Intellectual Property law.

Westlaw Topical Highlights: Intellectual Property, June 25, 2013

Jun 25, 2013 By: Casey Hall

Westlaw Topical Highlights for Intellectual Property provides summaries of significant federal court decisions and legislative and administrative activities affecting Intellectual Property law.

Is it “trademark bullying” or just protecting what’s yours?

Aug 17, 2012 By: Will Ashenmacher

Trademark holders are being increasingly aggressive about protecting their marks. However, is such aggression justified to be able to maintain the mark’s protection?

Twitter Grants Employees Control over I.P. Rights Enforcement

Jul 9, 2012 By: Craig Blakeley and Jeff Matsuura

Twitter recently implemented an intellectual property rights management policy which grants control over rights enforcement to the employees who created the property

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