Veterans Endure High Unemployment

By | San Antonio Employment Law Blog | September 11, 2012
Veterans Endure High Unemployment

I just do not get it.  I keep seeing and hearing stories about veterans who are not being hired.  One woman spent a year in Iraq guarding high profile prisoners.  She joined the National Guard at the age of 36 years old.  Soon, she went on her first tour in Iraq.  She was laid off from her bank job and could not find a new job.

Christian Louboutin Scores Another Victory for Patent Holders in Red-Sole Trademark Case : LXBN Roundtable

By | LXBN | September 11, 2012
Louboutin Trademark

As the verdict in Apple v. Samsung was being read, another similarly high-profile intellectual property case was winding down.  Shortly after Apple’s victory over Samsung, Chrisitian Louboutin scored a big win, albeit with a few qualifications, over Yves Saint Laurent as the Second Circuit Court of Appeals upheld Louboutin’s lacquered red-sole trademark.  While the Cupertino, California-based tech company may not have much in common with the Parisian shoe designer, they both find themselves the beneficiaries of the United States patent system.

LXBN TV: The Legal Implications of Anonymous’s GoDaddy Takedown—Travis Crabtree

By | LXBN | September 11, 2012
LXBN TV

Just yesterday, an individual affiliated with social hacktivist group Anonymous took down a sizable chunk of the web by attacking GoDaddy and its servers. Millions of sites were left helpless as an individual known only by the alias Anonymous Own3r hit the domain host and registrar with a massive distributed denial of service attack. To discuss, we bring in Travis Crabtree, attorney with Looper Reed & McGraw and author of the eMedia Law Insider.