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IS ALL “FAIR” IN FASHION AND APPROPRIATION?

By: Heather Torres | Intern | heather.torres@procopio.com
Ted Griswold | Partner | ted.griswold@procopio.com

On July 12, 2016, New Mexico Federal Judge Bruce D. Black granted another partial win to Urban Outfitters in the infamous, Navajo Nation v. 455 more words

Court of appeals says FU to state university's TM claim

Florida International University Board of Trustees v. Florida
National University, Inc., 2016 WL 4010164, — F.3d —-, No. 15-11509 (11th
Cir. Jul. 26, 2016)

FIU sued FNU for changing its name from Florida National… 1,865 more words

Intellectual Property Frequently Asked Questions: Volume 1 - Trademarks

Intellectual Property Law can be a very confusing topic of conversation with clients, businesses, and friends. Today we are covering our first topic in our recurring Frequently Asked Questions series. 1,090 more words

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Whole Foods Wants to Be the 'World's Healthiest Grocery Store'

America’s Healthiest Grocery Store wants to go global.

Whole Foods has reportedly filed an application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office requesting to trademark the phrase “World’s Healthiest Grocery Store.” The application, which… 215 more words

Pubdesk

Power to the People

A snippet of open source code goes dark, causing hiccups to websites like Facebook®.

Why?

Because of an argument over trademarks. Yeah, trademarks. Here’s what happened. 237 more words

Monday Music: Trademark, Elephante, A-Trak, cln & Jaya Prime!

It’s another scorcher here in the city, so I decided to go with it and pour it on. Trademark brings the sun, Elephante smooths along massively, Jaya Prime bristles perfectly, A-Trak lays down the vintage funk and cln pours scintillating indie feels. 380 more words

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So You Want a Trademark for Your Herbs?

A major shift is happening in this country regarding the legalization of marijuana. At least four states have legalized marijuana and more than twenty states have passed laws permitting the use of marijuana for medical issues. 568 more words

Crystal Broughan