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February 28 2014 by Will Ashenmacher
When I first read that Oregon passed a bill meant to make “patent trolling” illegal, I wrote it off as well-meaning butREAD MORE »
February 14 2014 by Will Ashenmacher
Capitalizing on the popularity of the Olympics seems like it should be an event all of its own. Just like “Super Bowl,”
The post Olympic Trademarks And ‘Ambush Marketing’ – An Event For the 2018 Games? appeared first on Legal Solutions Blog.READ MORE »
February 10 2014 by Jeff Matsuura and Craig Blakeley
In a criminal law enforcement action by the United States government, assets seized from the defendant included approximately 28 million dollars worth of “bitcoins,” the digital currency.
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February 7 2014 by Will Ashenmacher
Federal authorities are planning to destroy $21.6 million in clothing that unlawfully bears the NFL’s trademarks, instead of, say, donating such items to those in need.
The post With Power Comes Responsibility: The NFL’s Trademark-Enabled Waste Problem appeared first on Legal Solutions Blog.READ MORE »
January 31 2014 by Will Ashenmacher
So, I guess there’s this thing called “The Super Bowl” this weekend. Apparently, it’s a football game? I wouldn’t know. Actually, IREAD MORE »