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[Part-I] Philip Morris v. Uruguay- Indirect Expropriation, Police Power, Trademarks and More.

The arbitral tribunal of Prof. Piero Bernardini (President), Mr. Gary Born, Judge Prof. James Crawford in Philip Morris v. Oriental Republic of Uruguay (ICSID Case No. 2,223 more words

Public International Law

July 19, 2016: Sports-Related Marks Officially Registered

Basketball

  • Owner: Milwaukee Bucks LLC (@Bucks)
    • Filed §1(b) on April 9, 2015
  • IC 16: Printed Matter and Paper Goods (i.e. Basketball trading cards; magazines in the field of basketball, catalogs in the field of basketball, commemorative game and souvenir programs related to basketball; newsletters, brochures, pamphlets, and game schedules in the field of basketball; bank checks, check book covers, check book holders, comic books; non-magnetic credit cards and telephone calling cards not magnetically encoded; money clips…
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Sports Law

Registered™

My iPhone is biometrically coded, offers encryption that baffles the FBI, and can connect me to global news and networks that defy the reach of political censorship. 714 more words

Style

Swiss Military

Israel Trademark Application Number 278777 is the national phase entry of International Trademark No. 1232972 filed under the Madrid Protocol. The mark is shown above. 472 more words

Intellectual Property

BOOM

4,518,184 unique applications. From four different data sources. 74.71GB. All in Stata.

Now I just have to figure out what it all means. And I have two weeks to do it.

Scholarship

Official Gazette: July 12, 2016 — Sports-Related Marks Published for Opposition

We’re back for another edition of Trademarks Published for Opposition. As always, a few important background tidbits/definitions:

  1. Applications
    • TEAS Plus – $225 per class of goods and/or services…
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Sports Law

Turning a Corner

It has been a rough week of coding, processing, and de-bugging. But at long last, tonight I’m running the last two scripts I need to run to parse the last of the 330+ Gigabytes of data I received three weeks ago, and I’ve already tested them so I’m pretty confident they’ll work. 392 more words

Scholarship