The landscape surrounding restrictive covenant agreements (i.e., non-competes, non-solicits and even non-disclosure or confidentiality agreements) is experiencing a whirlwind of changes and developments on both the federal and state level. To stay ahead of the storm, it is imperative that
By Lexie Elder, Associate at ND Galli Law It’s been nearly one year since the Copyright Claims Board (CCB) opened for business; since then, more than 400 copyright claims have been filed with the CCB. The CCB’s upcoming one-year anniversary provides
by Nicole D. Galli One of the things I like best about being an intellectual property (IP) lawyer is that it is never static. Our clients include innovators and creators, who are creating disruption in their fields. But, as the latest
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
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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.