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ARTICLE BY LANNING BRYER REPUBLISHED ON THOMPSON REUTERS PRACTICAL LAW WEBSITE

An article by Lanning Bryer entitled, “IP in business transactions: United States Overview” was re-published in July on the Thompson Reuters Practical Law website in their IP global guide on U.S. Business...

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MATTHEW ASBELL SPOKE ON THE TOPIC OF IP PROTECTION FOR COMPUTER SOFTWARE DURING LIVE WEBINAR ON 8/15

On August 15th, Matthew Asbell spoke in a Strafford live webinar on intellectual property protection for computer software. The webinar ran from 1:00pm-2:30pm and was entitled: “IP Protection for Computer Software: Leveraging Copyright,...

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RALPH CATHCART NAMED AS INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY TRAILBLAZER BY NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL

Ladas is pleased to announce that Ralph H. Cathcart was named to the National Law Journal’s 2017 list of Intellectual Property...

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THE DESIGNER FORMERLY KNOWN AS…INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ISSUES ARISING FROM PERSONAL NAMES AS FASHION BRANDS

Kate Spade, Paul Frank, Joseph Abboud, Catherine Malandrino, and Karen Millen—aside from being well-known designers, all have something else in common; they no longer own the right to use their personal names as their brands. In the fashion...

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RESOLUTIONS FOR THE C-SUITE

Innovative solutions are the foundation of almost every successful company. Tied to almost everything your company creates, every item it produces and sells, every service it provides and every way in which it is marketed, are potential intellectual...

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TRADE SECRETS: CHANGES IN THE LAW ON PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS IN THE UNITED STATES AND EUROPEAN UNION

Concerns about trade secret theft have been increasing in both the United States and Europe in recent years. Traditionally, American law disfavored trade secret protection vis à vis patenting on the basis that publication of inventions was good for...

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