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Pokemon GO or Pokemon No?

Unless you’ve been living under a Geodude this past month, you’ve no doubt been exposed (either willingly or unwillingly) to some part of the current social media/mobile gaming sensation, Pokemon GO. Niantic’s new “catch ’em…more
| Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Communications & Media Law, Science, Computers, & Technology

Ten Questions to Consider Before Granting Equity to Employees

Granting employees equity can be a great way to reward and motivate employees. Most employees will work harder once they have some skin in the game. However, granting equity can be complicated and it's easy to make mistakes…more
| Business Organizations, Labor & Employment Law, Securities Law

Is the US Olympic Committee’s #TwitterBan Fair or Foul?

The 2016 Summer Olympics will officially* begin in eight days. Yet the U.S. Olympic Committee’s (USOC) efforts to enforce the Olympic trademarks are truly an eternal battle. While the USOC has a reputation for aggressively…more
| Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law, Communications & Media Law, Intellectual Property

2(c) or Not to See Political TM Speech?

That is the question, at least for the day. It’s also a question we hope the U.S. Supreme Court will address. In particular, does a careful focus on the USPTO’s routine application of Section 2(c) of the Lanham Act,…more
| Constitutional Law, Intellectual Property

The Olympics! Officially Protected from Zika by OFF!

The Summer Olympics are with us again, in what has been a great summer for sports. Besides the normal summer sports highlights, soccer fans have gotten a special second year in a row of the Copa America, not so great if you’re a…more
| Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law, Intellectual Property

A Prime Concern: Counterfeiting on Amazon

Readers: find any good deals on Prime Day? For my part, I abstained. I’ve had a “Gold Box” deal sitting in the box for about 6 months now — turns out, I really didn’t need a pressure cooker…more
| International Law & Trade

Trademark Goods/Services Limitations, Why Not Exclude Any Federal Unlawful Activities?

Those involved in the cannabis industry — where certain activities are legal in some States, but unlawful under federal law — continue to search for creative strategies and solutions in protecting their trademarks and service…more
| Conflict of Laws, Intellectual Property

USPTO Keeps the Door Locked for Marijuana-related Services

Medical marijuana is currently legal in 25 states, including four states that have also legalized recreational use (Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington). On Nov. 8, California voters will have a chance to make their state…more
| Conflict of Laws, Intellectual Property

POKEMON GO Caught By…POKEMON?

Last week was rough. We went from celebrating America to watching her at her worst. We saw officers shoot two black men in Baton Rouge, LA and Falcon Heights, MN, a black man shoot cops in Dallas, and resulting social unrest…more
| Intellectual Property, International Law & Trade

Standard Character Trademark Overbreadth

When we hear the word “overbreadth” in close connection with the word “trademark,” the often discussed “trademark bullying” topic will frequently come to mind. Yet, discussions about “trademark overbreadth” are not limited…more
| Intellectual Property

Rise of the Game

Video games have been an existing and growing component of popular culture for my entire life. I literally cut my teeth on the Atari 2600 while I was still a toddler. From there I spread into bowling alley arcades, Nintendo,…more
| Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law, Intellectual Property

No Budding in Line Washington Redskins

In a case with special significance to our DuetsBlog crew (our founder Steve Baird started the fight to cancel the THE REDSKINS trademark registrations in 1992 – see more about the Harjo case here) and significant to trademark…more
| Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law, Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Indigenous Peoples, Intellectual Property

LEAFS BY SNOOP May Be Blocked by Another Leaf Logo

Snoop Dogg’s LEAVES BY SNOOP design mark application may be in trouble. The owners of the Toronto Maple Leafs filed a request for extension of time to oppose the mark with the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, citing the need…more
| Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law, Intellectual Property

KIND Taglines: About Owning Your Ad Copy?

First things first: Happy 4th of July, Dear Readers! That was a pretty honest, simple, genuine, transparent, straightforward, to the point, not belaboring at all, under any circumstances, my most sincere wishes to our dear…more
| Intellectual Property

A Duel Over DUO Leaves Only Uno

The never-ending battle at the Trademark Office over trademarks for beer and wine suffered another casualty last week, this time over the mark DUO. Applicant Uinta Brewing Company filed a use-based application to register DUO…more
| Intellectual Property
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