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Free speech? Nothing 2(c) here

In ex parte appeal to TTAB, applicant argues that Section 2(c) of the Lanham Act violates the First Amendment under Matal v. Tam https://t.co/dWF9u7k5mI #trademarks […] Read more detail on Recent Copyright posts –

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Facebook’s Updating Business Pages and There’s Nothing to Fear!

In the past weeks, you may have received notification from Facebook that they will be changing your business page template. PS is here to report that this is nothing to fear! Facebook has taken the initiative to make these updates… … Continue reading

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You Don’t Get Something For Nothing

The prospect of attorneys’ fees is often a major factor in strategy and, in particular, settlement.  Defendants sometimes pay more up front just to avoid “running up” plaintiff’s counsel’s fees.  On the flip side, some plaintiff’s counsel may continue to … Continue reading

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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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