Intellectual Property Attorney

Category: Intellectual Property Law


Disney has recently settled a trademark dispute with deadmau5 (pronounced “dead mouse”) regarding a mouse head design alleged to be confusingly similar to the famous Mickey Mouse logo.

Tactile Trademarks and Other Non-Traditional Brand Extension

Companies are always looking for the next “edge” to attract and retain customers. Traditionally, marketers have looked towards visual source-identifiers as the lynchpin of branding efforts-an obvious fact reaffirmed by legions of billboards, neon signs…

Internet of Things (IoT) and Emerging Intellectual Property Issues

The Internet of Things has already changed the way you live: whether you realize it or not. Everything from the cars we drive to the vegetables we buy at our local store are increasingly integrated into a broad new class of technologies collectively known as the Internet of Things.

The Hollywood Reporter And Billboard Feature Lawsuit Filed By Grimes LLC On Behalf Of Evergreen Media Holdings and Stage and Mot

Leading entertainment industry publications The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard have featured a lawsuit filed by Grimes LLC on behalf of Evergreen Media Holdings and producer Tony DeRosa-Grund concerning publishing rights to the Stax Records music catalog. The Stax Records music label is iconic in the history of music having launched the careers of Otis Redding, Isaac Hayes and Booker T and The MG’s, among others.

NCAA Removes Right Of Publicity Release From Agreements With Student Athletes

the NCAA has now removed the disputed release from this year’s version of the Student-Athlete Statement. It appears that the NCAA may be attempting to distance itself from the intense scrutiny that has surrounded the release since the class action lawsuit was filed. It should also be noted that a federal judge is currently deliberating as to whether the NCAA illegally restrained trade by preventing the athletes fro

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