By: Andrew Costa, Associate Introduction Trademark owners who license their marks must control how those marks are being used – failure to do so can result in the mark being deemed abandoned or even creating what’s known as a “naked
Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of speaking on a panel for the ABA IP Law Section Spring Meeting on international trademark infringement litigation. Our panel particularly highlighted the process for obtaining “preliminary injunctions” in the various jurisdictions. (Preliminary
What you’ll learn from this article: Key business opportunities and challenges common to growing and scaling businesses that raise legal concerns The five legal infrastructure pillars that every growing and scaling business needs The sometimes ignored, but essential, legal protection
“Your brand is the single most important investment you can make in your business.” Steve Forbes Written by: Michelle Browning Coughlin While Steve Forbes, editor of Forbes magazine, was not living through the challenges of the past two years when
By: Andrew Costa, IP Co-op Intern from Drexel University’s Thomas R. Kline School of Law Despite how conventional wisdom generally tells us not to mix our business and personal lives, many times, for aspiring entrepreneurs, the people best suited to
In this article, we touch upon some hot-button IP areas for digital marketers (especially relevant for CPG companies, service-based and other B2B businesses), such as sharing of other’s content, influencer marketing and brand protection.
Nicole was recently interviewed for the Behind the Numbers TV show and podcast by Dave Bookbinder, the show’s host. Some of the topics covered: The importance of IP in today’s business climate. The process Nicole and her team at ND
IP assets are critical to every business. How can companies better manage these valuable assets?
Some of the key takeaways from the Bon Appetit: IP Issues in Food panel from the ABA IP Law Section Annual Meeting
December 2020’s Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (H.R. 133) included legislation creating new tools for intellectual property owners to add to their arsenals.
Nicole Galli examines some of the mistakes she sees clients routinely make when it comes to IP.
All in the Family: Common Intellectual Property Issues in Family-Owned Businesses Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about family-owned businesses, perhaps because this summer I spent a lot of time with my family, including on our family vacation this month. One
In my practice, I have many opportunities to educate business people (as well as lawyers and business advisors) on intellectual property (IP). The myths and misconceptions about IP are seemingly limitless. Even the basic terminology and definitions are confusing for most. For example,