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Cannabis Copyright in California: Protecting Your Budding Brand

Years ago, you could call your Los Angeles pot product pretty much anything you wanted, and not only would you find a market for it, you were unlikely to face costly litigation if you swiped someone else’s style. As marijuana … Continue reading

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Protecting Your Safety While Exercising Your Right to Free Speech

This year is looking to be another year of increased social activism in the Bay area, with the Women’s March and other, smaller events taking place last month. While the focus is often on protecting your rights to peacefully assemble … Continue reading

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Fair Use Continued to Bear the Weight of Protecting Speech and Innovation: 2018 in Review

Fair use provides breathing space in copyright law, making sure that control of the right to copy and distribute doesn’t become control of the right to create and innovate. New technologies and services depend on the creation of multiple copies … Continue reading

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Protecting Elderly Family Members from Nursing Home Abuse

For many Americans, there comes a time when they must consider placing elderly loved ones into the care of a nursing home. When doing so, we place our trust in the facility and its staff. Tragically, some elder care facilities … Continue reading

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Protecting Against a Free Wheeling Spouse

In a number of my divorce cases, a client will complain that the other spouse is a spendthrift or is reckless with finances. They may recount that the other spouse has a gambling problem, has an addiction, or has made … Continue reading

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