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Who Had The Worse Day – Peyton Manning Or Banks And Investment Funds?

The Seattle Seahawks gave the Denver Broncos an old-fashioned tail-whoopin’ in Super Bowl history on Sunday. But there was some other news on Monday that may cause other groups to do more than ‘rue the day’. ...more

The Mediocre Bowl and Interspersed Ads?

With all the hype and chirping leading up to The Big Game, as one of the many who didn’t have a “horse” in the race, as someone just looking to enjoy an exciting and competitive game, I’ll borrow Richard Sherman’s infamous...more

Week in Review - January 30, 2014

As Americans gear up for Super Bowl XLVIII, we’ve gathered some articles below to help you prepare for the big game and to consider the game’s potential impact on the workplace. You can read below about how one employee's...more

Seahawks or Broncos - Do Employers Care?

I certainly don’t care that much. My team ended its year early, again. However, many people do care, for various reasons. There is, of course, the football game itself and the rooting interests that exist. The fact that the...more

Mark It to Market - January 2014

In This Issue: - How to Use the OLYMPICS/Rings, SUPER BOWL, and MARCH MADNESS Trademarks (Hint: Not Without Permission!) - Trademark Clearinghouse Registrations - Change to the D.O.T. Rule - Generic Top Level Domains...more

The 49ers May Not Be Going to the Superbowl . . . But Their Consolation Prize Ain’t Bad

I’m not much of a sports guy, but like many in the San Francisco Bay Area, I watched the 49ers-Seahawk game over the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day weekend....more

1st & Ten at the Super Bowl: The Brand You Probably Don’t Know You Know

The NFL is known as a trademark monetizing machine, and this year’s “POT BOWL” is not without its share of trademarks stories. It was recently reported that running back Marshawn Lynch of the Seahawks makes six-figures (for...more

Electricity and Super Bowl XLVIII: Will the lights stay on?

Fans will soon pack MetLife Stadium for Super Bowl XLVII. The National Football League's 2013-2014 season championship game will be held on February 2 at 6:30 PM (Eastern). Following the power outage during last year's Super...more

Super Bowl Ticketholders Denied Bid for Class Certification

A group of Super Bowl XLV ticketholders recently lost their bid in federal court in Texas for class certification of their lawsuit arising from problems with temporary seating at the event....more

Contest insurance, part one: Get it or regret it

Recently I have helped several clients with contests that seemingly required entrants to do the impossible to win a prize. One promotion required contestants to guess a six-digit code that would open a safe. Another involved...more

Alabama: Super Bowl Week Turns Into Brain Injury Forum

We discussed some of the most serious consequences of football earlier this week. As we go into Super Bowl weekend, it's clear that the dangers and risks of this game are on people's minds; from the players' to the...more

This Is Our Super Bowl Blog Post. Now Come and Get Us, NFL!

Unless you live here, I’m assuming you’re aware of a little football game taking place this weekend between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens. (And maybe, just maybe, you might have heard something — but...more

The Super Bowl XLVII Ads, Our Takes

So, another Super Bowl is now in the books, and another collection of Super Bowl ads has aired. Next time there is a 35-minute delay resulting from a power outage, my vote is to watch more ads instead of watch and listen to...more

Super (Bowl) Sunday, Ads Coming Soon

Looks like the V Bar at The Venetian Resort, Hotel and Casino, in Las Vegas, is having some sort of function on “Super Sunday” – February 3rd (that date sounds familiar)...more

NFL Sacks Football Fan’s Effort to Trademark ‘Harbowl’

When the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers won their NFL conference championship games, a Super Bowl matchup emerged with a great storyline — the opposing head coaches are brothers. An interesting legal question has...more

Free Speech and The Super Bowl

Litigation and the Super Bowl go together in modern America like litigation and, well, anything (e.g. tattoos, Bill Russell) in modern America. But since the Super Bowl is on most of our radars for the next few days,...more

NFL Thwarts Ownership of Harbowl TM

As many have written about before me, the NFL is quite protective of its rights in the SUPER BOWL trademark, so much so that some think it has earned the pejorative ”trademark bully” label, so I spilled a little digital ink...more

Reminder - Super Bowl Advertising and Use of the Word "Super Bowl"

With the "Super Bowl" coming up in February, it's time for a reminder that the term "Super Bowl" is a trademark owned by the NFL and licensed to advertisers and the network that carries the game....more

Is A Super Sports-Betting Upset Brewing?

In its early stages, NCAA, et al. v. Christie, has taken on the appearance of Super Bowl XXXVI. As in Super Bowl XXXVI, the NCAA, NFL and other sports leagues, who filed the case to prevent Governor Chris Christie from...more

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