The Wisconsin Supreme Court is at odds over trademark infringement case involving an overalls logo representing a northern Wisconsin resort that was turned into condominiums.Read More »
To build up its personal injury practice, the Krueger Law Firm in Roseville, Minn., urges prospective clients to call 1-800-INJURED, a trademark the three-attorney firm licenses through the Mountain Marketing Group, an Illinois company with a niche in the alphanumeric telephone business.
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At the end of Henrik Ibsen’s play, “The Pillars of Society,” after the so-called pillars of society have been shown to be a bunch of scoundrels, the boy Olaf declares, “I don’t want to be a pillar of society.”Read More »
Intellectual Property Trademark infringement; standing Before a plaintiff may assert a claim under the Lanham Act, she must have a commercial interest to protect. “Relying on cases in other circuits, Stayart argues that because her activities include advocacy and boycotts ...Read More »