When Meriwether Lewis tasted his first roasted morsel of a fresh Chinook salmon at a Shoshone camp along the Lemhi River (in modern day Idaho), he ate it with “very good relish.” It convinced him that “we were on the waters of the Pacific Ocean.”
I’ve still got content marketing on the brain (not surprisingly), and I’m seeing more and more discussion about it in legal circles lately.
Take your cue from two leading ladies of television – Olivia Pope (Scandal) and Liz Garvey (Babylon). In a world of instantaneous communication and open access to information, Liv and Liz are masters of crisis management.
I believe that we will look back on today’s arguments before the US Supreme Court as one of the landmark historic days for civil rights in of our time.
Recently, Senators Chris Coons, Dick Durbin, and Mazie Hirono introduced an alternative patent reform legislation to the Innovation Act of 2015.
In a previous post, we examined T-Mobile’s complaint against Chinese smartphone marker Huawei and its US subsidiary, in which T-Mobile accused Huawei employees of stealing trade secrets relating to a mobile phone testing robot named “Tappy”.
German Federal Court of Justice: Good News for Brand Owners – the Parody Exception Does Not Justify the Registration of a Trademark
Last week the German Federal Court of Justice affirmed a decision of the Higher Regional Court of Hamburg ordering the owner of a trademark, which was to some extent parodying a well-known trademark, to agree to the deletion of his trademark.
Businesses routinely check on their inventories and physical assets to make sure everything is accounted for, operational, and adequately protected.
Bruce Jenner made headlines last weekend when he sat down with Diane Sawyer for and revealed he has identified as a woman for years. But it’s important for employers to remember that he’s not the only one.