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We do a lot of work around Intellectual Property (IP). Learn about IP matters such as Copyrights, Trademarks, Trade secrets, Patents, Trade dress and more.

What the Phillie Phanatic Lawsuit Teaches Us

The Philadelphia Phillies’ mascot, the Phillie Phanatic, may soon not be the property of the Phillies.  How and why this could be are interesting questions that teach us a part of copyright law that not everyone is aware of.  A little background regarding the Phillie Phanatic is appropriate, but I don’t want to get hung […]

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Podcast: What’s Up ABQ

We had a great opportunity to meet up with Local Pod casters, and siblings, Ryan Freeman and Lindsay Freeman-Dominguez. They have a local podcast called “What’s up ABQ” and they talk to local business owners about what they do, their contributions to the city, and why they love Albuquerque. Listen to it here Subscribe to […]

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Limiting Liability through a DMCA Agent

Reading opinions submitted in the comment section of a digital newspaper article makes for a richer and more interactive experience compared to a traditional printed publication. Sure, a printed newspaper might include an opinion section, but even if the opinions were submitted the day before, they’re stale compared to the real-time content in a digital […]

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“THE” Ohio State University

Ohio State University has filed a trademark application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for “THE,” in international class 25 for use on clothing, namely, t-shirts, baseball caps, and hats.  Ohio State has frequently, much to the chagrin of anyone who did not attend the university, referred to it as “The Ohio State […]

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Likelihood of Confusion in Trademarks

For many businesses, brand name protection is one of their most important assets. Brands helps customers identify a particular business as the source of that business’s goods or services. And once consumers find a brand they like, they’re loyal to it. Take Corona, for example. Come Cinco de Mayo every year in the U.S., you […]

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Deepfakes

It’s hard to deny our affinity for creativity when it comes to enhancing selfies, vacation photos, or everyday moments with friends. Photo alteration, or manipulation, has been around for more than a century. Ansel Adams enthusiasts know he manipulated his distinct landscape images by creating darkroom exposure techniques. These days, filters on Snapchat and Instagram […]

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Trademark or Cultural Appropriation?

Kim Kardashian is in the news again, perhaps she never really left the news, but this time for a Trademark issue. She is trying to Trademark the name KIMONO for her shape wear line. A Kimono is a traditional Japanese garment. Although KIMONO is obviously spelled the same as the Japanese garment, it is a […]

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YouTube Music Protection

As a content creator, it’s important to know the rules when it come to making, editing, and publishing videos on YouTube.  One aspect of creating videos for YouTube is having great music to accompany your video which will emcourage the viewer to keep watching.  According to Time Magazine, we now have a shorter attention span […]

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