The Law & Business Podcast
Here is a lightly-edited transcript of the video: Recently, Verna Law, P.C. sign a new client who was sued for copyright infringement. Verna Law, P.C. has had about four cases in the last year that look exactly the same as this particular case. What do they all...read more
Shad B. Ewart has been a professor and administrator at Anne Arundel Community College since 2001. Prior to that, he was a professor of business at Mount Vernon College in Washington, DC. At Anne Arundel Community College, he has served as Department Chair and...read more
In Episode 40, Anthony speaks with Vik Rajan, the co-founder of Phoneblogger.net. Vik is also the creator of Inner Circles, the free LinkedIn networking add-on: Focus your time on engagement & reciprocity. Vik started Practice Marketing Advisors and its blog as he...read more
The Great Gatsby will lose its copyright and go into the public domain in January 2021 and Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises also will fall into the public domain in January 2022. On January 1, 2024, society will see the expiration of the copyright for the short...read more
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...read more
Video Blog #8: Scandalous and Immoral Trademarks Can Now Register at the United States Patent and Trademark Office!
In late June, the Supreme Court struck down the part of federal trademark law that prohibited the registration of “immoral or scandalous” trademarks. The case was called Iancu v. Brunetti, and it was a follow-up to the court’s Matal v. Tam ruling two years ago. In...read more