A plaintiff in the District of New Hampshire recently found itself stuck in an unenviable and inescapable jurisdictional hole.
Here’s one piece of advice you’ll hear from just about any trademark attorney: apply to federally register your marks as soon as financially possible.
The most common question we get is, “What is the difference between copyrights, patents, and trademarks?”
Summertime is here. Time for road trips and car games. My kids like to play the name game in full “banana-fana” glory.
The transmission of live events through video-streaming apps Periscope and Meerkat is raising concerns among rights holders.
Have you heard? The state of Tennessee commissioned the creation of a new state logo. The public response has been enthusiastic, if not wholly positive.
One aspect commonly associated with building and maintaining a business is the company website. Establishing an online presence can be an important tool for connecting with customers.
Williams-Sonoma is embroiled in a contentious trade secret theft case with its former executive and direct competitor.
Last week, Randy wrote about the State of Tennessee’s troubled trademark and its relegation to the Supplemental Register.