It’s a subject that comes up every year—the intellectual property pitfalls associated with using the Super Bowl in ads. Today, Randy Michels breaks down trademark strategy around the “big game.” It’s one of multiple posts on branding and IP today. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 182.
- ‘CANDY’ Trademarked by Candy Crush Developer – New York lawyer Natalie Lederman of Sullivan & Worcester on the firm’s blog, Trending Trademarks
- Volcker Rule exception for trust preferred securities: A break for banks or a sign of uncertainty? – Ft. Lauderdale lawyer Gregory Bader of Gunster on the firm’s blog, The Securities Edge
- More Developments in Insurance Coverage for Data Breach – Iselin, NJ attorney Gene Killian of The Killian Firm on his blog, New Jersey Insurance Coverage Litigation
- Real Due Diligence Can Never be Mass Produced – Corporate investigator Philip Segal of Charles Griffin Intelligence on their blog, The Ethical Investigator
- The “Super” Trademark Strategy Behind “The Big Game” – Nashville lawyer Randy Michels of Stites & Harbison on the firm’s blog, Trademarkology
- Is Tiffany Generic? – Minneapolis lawyer Tiffany Blofield of Winthrop & Weinstine on the firm’s Duets Blog
- Junk Debt Buyer Accused of Manufacturing Evidence – Omaha lawyer Sam Turco on his Nebraska Debt and Bankruptcy Blog
- Internship Programs: Rite of Passage, or Right to Pay? The Issue Deserves Continued Monitoring by Employers – Amy J. Traub and Laura Scully of BakerHostetler on the firm’s blog, Employment Law Spotlight
- Drastic Reduction of Jury’s Damages Award Ordered in Shoulder Injury Case – New York attorney John Hochfelder on his New York Injury Cases Blog
- California Court of Appeal Affirms That It Pays To Be the Squeaky Wheel – Sacramento attorney Bryan Hawkins of Stoel Rives on the firm’s Stoel Rives World of Employment
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