Ed reveals how to define your target market and the tactics necessary to reach it.
In the first part of this three part series, I explored left brain (L-Directed) and right brain (R-Directed) thinking. In this part, I’ll talk about how technology takes over L-Directed Thinking.
While we usually report on “sexy” trademark topics on the Trademarkology blog (e.g., Deadmau5′s catfight with Ferrari, Prince’s breakup with his record label, Thomas Pink’s panty raid on Victoria’s Secret), a recent question from a law school student made me revisit one of the fundamental issues in trademark law: use in commerce.
No, not that kind of egg.
Continuing an recent downward trend, corporate and securities litigation filings during the third quarter declined, both compared to the prior quarter and compared to the third quarter last year, according a new report from Advisen, the insurance information firm.
Rule 1.2(c) of the Model Rules of Professional Conduct permits lawyers to enter into limited-scope engagements, in which you can agree with the client that you will be providing only certain designated legal services, and not the full scope of services that might ordinarily be expected in an engagement of that sort.
“Freaky Fast” Oppression? Jimmy John’s Should Reconsider Its Approach to Blanket Noncompete Agreements
Most competent employment lawyers with experience pursuing and/or rebuffing enforcement of noncompetition agreements know that enforcement against low level workers is highly unlikely.
Many mass-market vehicles include sensors and cameras to assist motorists with parking and backing up, and some models even include lane change assist and smart cruise control to maintain a safe distance from traffic ahead.
We recently attended a private meeting held in Panama with the General Counsel of 35 global corporations.