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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 Video Blog #9:  Victory.  Verna Law has achieved a few excellent settlements for defendants of trademark and copyright infringement lawsuits this month.

Verna Law Video Blog #9: Victory. Verna Law has achieved a few excellent settlements for defendants of trademark and copyright infringement lawsuits this month.

When I first settled a trademark infringement suit for about $20,000, I thought I did a great job. The client did have to change the trademark and did have to send the excess product to a company to destroy the products, but I still thought it was a great settlement...

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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...

Victory in the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board – Verify Him, LLC vs. Jessica Lanning

Verna Law, P.C. is proud to announce the dismissal of Verify Him, LLC vs. Jessica Lanning, Trademark Trial and Appeal Board Opposition No. 91252600, in which Verna Law represents Ms. Lanning, the Defendant in the case.  In its Notice of Opposition, the plaintiff,...

Video Blog 24: Why Were the Chicago Cubs Sued for Copyright Infringement?

Video Blog 24: Why Were the Chicago Cubs Sued for Copyright Infringement? And what does it mean for the small business going into court? Recently, the Chicago Cubs were sued for copyright infringement. I kind of find it weird that I'm going to be suing a baseball team...

Verna Law Copyright Law FAQ

A Copyright is best described as a set of rights granted by the government for the expressions of ideas or information. Quite literally, it is the set of rights the owner has to allow copies of the expression to be made. In the United States, the following...