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Category Archives: Trademark Law

  1. McDonald’s Loses Its “Big Mac” Trademark Across Europe January 16, 2019

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  2. Jury Verdict Stripping Mongols Motorcycle Club of Its Trademarks Raises More Questions Than It Answers January 14, 2019

    Posted in General, Trademark Law.

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  3. Disparaging Trademarks are So 2018. The New Hotness? Scandalous and Immoral Trademarks January 11, 2019

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  4. Top 5 Legal Issues for Podcasters – Number 2: Trademark Infringement January 2, 2019

    Posted in Internet Law, Podcasting, social media, Trademark Law.

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  5. Girl Scouts Sue Boy Scouts For Trademark Infringement November 7, 2018

    Posted in Internet Law, Trademark Law.

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  6. Why Do Intellectual Property Agreements Have to Be So Long? August 22, 2018

    Posted in Choosing the Best Lawyer, Copyright Law, General, Patent Law, Trademark Law.

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  7. Someone Stole My Board Game! (Part IV) May 25, 2018

    Posted in Board Games, Patent Law, social media, Trademark Law.

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  8. Someone Stole My Board Game! (Part III) May 3, 2018

    Posted in Board Games, Copyright Law, Patent Law, Trademark Law.

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  9. Someone Stole My Board Game! (Part II) April 30, 2018

    Posted in Board Games, Copyright Law, Patent Law, Trademark Law.

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  10. Someone Stole My Board Game! (Part I) April 27, 2018

    Posted in Board Games, Copyright Law, Patent Law, Trademark Law.

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  11. The Right of Publicity June 10, 2013

    Posted in Internet Law, Iowa Law, social media, Trademark Law.

    1 comment
  12. What is the Difference Between ™, ®, and ©? February 1, 2013

    Posted in Copyright Law, Trademark Law.

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  13. So You Want to Protect Your Trademark? May 3, 2012

    Posted in Iowa Law, Trademark Law.

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  14. Trademark Office Warns of Unscrupulous Companies Requesting Deceptive Fees March 19, 2012

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  15. The New Business Identity Theft February 29, 2012

    Posted in Internet Law, Trademark Law.

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  16. Raid On Seal Team Six Trademarks May 25, 2011

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  17. Iowa Chain Sues Subway, Wants Its Own “Footlong” February 15, 2011

    Posted in Internet Law, Trademark Law.

    5 comments
  18. Susan G. Komen Directing Funds To Trademark Fights August 6, 2010

    Posted in Trademark Law.

    4 comments
  19. Is Taco John’s Twittering Its Way Into Trademark Trouble? August 5, 2010

    Posted in Trademark Law.

    7 comments
  20. Marijuana Trademarks July 27, 2010

    Posted in Trademark Law.

    2 comments
  21. Subway Threatens Vendor For Using “Footlong” to Describe His Hotdogs May 14, 2010

    Posted in Trademark Law.

    3 comments
  22. Carpenter Awarded Iowa 2009 Inventor of the Year November 3, 2009

    Posted in Patent Law, Trademark Law.

    1 comment
  23. Is Your Company’s Most Valuable Asset Unprotected? September 14, 2009

    Posted in Trademark Law.

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  24. Does Twitter own the trademark on “Tweet”? August 21, 2009

    Posted in Internet Law, Trademark Law.

    1 comment
  25. What Should I Use on My Trademark: ®, TM or SM? June 29, 2009

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