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Law & Business Podcast Episode 45: Mini-series with the Nessa Group: Helping a Company Fully Rebrand (Case Study)

Law & Business Podcast Episode 45: Mini-series with the Nessa Group: Helping a Company Fully Rebrand (Case Study)

Our special mini-series at the “Law & Business” Podcast with the Nessa Group continues. In this special episode, we take a case in which a company must rebrand. The company's actual name is changed, but the situation is based from a real case. Quite often, in...

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Verna Law, P.C. Patent Law FAQ

A patent in the United States is a government grant of a property right, giving the patentee (the owner of the patent) the right to exclude others from making, using, or offering for sale the patented invention in the United States for a period of time.One key...

Video blog 27: How is the Novel Coronavirus Impacting the Intellectual Property System?

Verna Law, P.C. currently has cases in the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, the Southern District of New York, the Eastern District of New York, the District of New Jersey, the Central District of California, and the Western District of Washington. The Trademark...

What is Copyright Infringement? How does a Plaintiff prove Copyright Infringement?

What does it take to prove copyright infringement? Today, we are going with a very technical post about what it takes to prove copyright infringement.  There are many legal citations to cases in order to discuss the deeper issues involved. “In order to make out a...

Video Blog 26: What does LeBron James’ Trademark Infringement Suit Teach about Apparel and Trademarks?

America's favorite export, that's right, LeBron James, and his media company, and Nike were all sued for trademark infringement this week in the Federal District Court of Washington D C. Why were they sued for trademark infringement and what does that tell the small...