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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"...
By Alexandra MacKay
Under the PTO's pilot program, third parties are invited to notify the PTO through a designated email address of any improper specimens submitted by an applicant.
By John Scruton
There has been a lot of talk lately about the idea that the supply of trademarks is running short. A recent article in the Harvard Law Review supported that idea:
By Elizabeth Thompson
Based on a recent Wall Street Journal article, companies that purchase equipment this year can expense 100% of the acquisition cost.
By Kenneth Gish, Jr.
On February 15, 2018, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) unanimously issued Order No. 841¹ which has the potential to dramatically alter the electricity grid and wholesale energy market in large parts of the United States.
By William Geisen
Jobsite safety remains of paramount importance for all involved in the construction industry.
By Alexandra MacKay
The opening ceremonies for the 2018 Olympic winter games take place Friday, February 9, but competition has already begun.
By John Scruton
Fans of the tear-jerking NBC drama This Is Us will be aware of a certain incident with a kitchen appliance that had a big effect on the show's Pearson family.
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