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TMSR, part 3

Session 3: Defining Marks in Trademark Law vs. Defining Subject Matter in Adjacent Areas of IPIn formulating rules about defining marks in trademark law, what (if anything) can be learned from the longstanding debate about defining pictorial, graphic, and sculptural … Continue reading

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Becoming an Attorney Part 3

In our previous editions, we talked about getting into law school. Today we will look at the number one ranked law school that someone in the United States can attend. This law school is Yale. Yale is located in New … Continue reading

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That Pesky Tax Waiver – Part 1

                As I have written in previous posts, New Jersey did away with its estate tax in 2018.  This was part of a compromise between the state legislature and then Governor Christie who agreed to an increase in New Jersey’s … Continue reading

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TMSR, part 2

Session 2:  Defining Markets: Doctrinal Settings for Market Analysis in Trademark LawTrademark law clearly already undertakes market definition in the analysis of genericism and also for functionality. Are current approaches adequate? Are markets defined the same way, through the same … Continue reading

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Child Support in Texas – Part 1 – Cleaves Family Law – Divorce Attorney Plano & Frisco

This week’s post is the first of two parts on child support in Texas. If you follow the “letter of the law” when determining child support… Read more detail on Recent Family Law posts –

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