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Section Newsletter Articles on Intellect Property

American beer giants Anheuser-Busch and MillerCoors clash over Super Bowl advertisement and corn syrup usage By Steven L. Baron and TJ Kliebhan Intellectual Property, June 2019 A summary of MillerCoors, LLC  v. Anheuser-Busch Companies, LLC.
Licensing arrangements for branded restaurants in luxury hotels: Considerations for hotel owners, operators, and restauranteurs By Jeffrey A. Citron, Mario Di Fiore, and David Nadler Intellectual Property, April 2019 An overview of a few of the many considerations in negotiating and implementing restaurant licensing arrangements within the context of the operations of a luxury hotel.
SCOTUS maintains a waiting game for copyright: Resolving a circuit split, SCOTUS requires registration of copyright before suit By Jonathan LA Phillips Intellectual Property, April 2019 In Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp v. Wall-Street.com, LLC, the U.S. Supreme Court determined that registration, not application for registration, of a copyright is necessary before an infringement suit can proceed.
New federal government ruling approves companies’ employment policies By Alan M. Kaplan Intellectual Property, January 2019 To protect a company’s intellectual property, companies need to be mindful of federal and state statutes and regulations as well as decisions by different government agencies.
New federal government ruling approves companies’ employment policies By Alan M. Kaplan Business Advice and Financial Planning, October 2018 To protect a company’s intellectual property, companies need to be mindful of federal and state statutes and regulations as well as decisions by different government agencies.
Repairing disparagement: A slant on language and trademarks By Daniel Kegan Intellectual Property, January 2017 The arc of the moral universe reportedly is long, but bends toward justice. Will the US Supreme Court accelerate or impede that curvature when it decides Lee v. Tam, which is scheduled for hearing on January 18, 2017?

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