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Lucia Turns Out to Be Much Ado About Nothing

The securities industry initially brought the case Lucia v. SEC because of its outrage over the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) frequent channeling of cases to its in-house adjudicators, rather than to federal court, and the rather unfair perception … Continue reading

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Can a Word Which Means a Lot (Aloha) Mean Almost Nothing in Trademark?

Hawaii seems to be on the mind here at DuetsBlog lately. Last week, I had the pleasure of visiting three Hawaiian islands for the first time. While there, I quickly became acquainted with Hawaiian life and language. It’s a beautiful … Continue reading

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WELL, NOTHING HAPPENED TO BILL AYERS, SO WHY NOT? Left-wing writer warns Trump administration that …

WELL, NOTHING HAPPENED TO BILL AYERS, SO WHY NOT? Left-wing writer warns Trump administration that opponents will carry out 1970s-style domestic BOMB ATTACKS against them. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Registering ZERO: Trademarks mean Nothing to Me

Royal Crown Dr. Pepper, and Seven Up v. Coca Cola (Fed. Cir. 2018) This case stems from Royal Crown’s opposition of Coca-Cola’s attempt to register various trademarks with the term ZERO. These include, among others, SPRITE ZERO, FANTA ZERO, COKE … Continue reading

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Nothing New Under the Sun: The Law-Politics Dynamic in Supreme Court Decision Making

Feldman, Stephen Matthew, Nothing New Under the Sun: The Law-Politics Dynamic in Supreme Court Decision Making (May 18, 2018). Pepperdine Law Review, Vol. 44, No. p 43, 2017. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3180736 “Recent events have seemed to inject politics into … Continue reading

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