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Arbitrary Trademarks

In the context of trademark litigation, there are several different categories of trademarks. For example, this article deals primarily with arbitrary trademarks. If a particular trademark is ..
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Descriptive Trademarks

According to a Los Angeles trademark attorney and a Dallas trademark attorney, descriptive trademarks are another type of trademarks. Basically, descriptive trademarks are words, terms, or symbols ..
(September 29, 2008)
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Measuring the Defendant's Profits in a Trademark Infringement ..

According to experienced trademark attorneys, when prosecuting a trademark infringement action, measuring the defendant's profits can be quite difficult. For example, once court of appeals has used ..
(September 29, 2008)
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Defining Employees and Employers

According to Dallas employment attorneys, an ‘'employee'’ is a person in the service of another under any contract of hire, express or implied, oral or written, if the employer has the ..
(September 29, 2008)
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Good Cause For Termination of an Employee

According to Los Angeles employment attorneys and Dallas employment attorneys, an employer may always discharge an employee for good cause. As a general rule, good cause means that the employee has ..
(September 29, 2008)
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Electronic Preservation Notices in the Context of Employment ..

Electronically stored information will be an extremely important and irreplaceable source of discovery and evidence in this lawsuit. The laws and rules prohibiting destruction of evidence apply to ..
(September 29, 2008)
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Criminal Exposure Under Sarbanes

According to qualified Dallas criminal attorneys and well experienced Los Angeles criminal defense attorneys, certifying periodic reports can be a source of extreme exposure under Sarbanes. ..
(September 29, 2008)
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Other Causes of Action For Trademark Infringement

There are two main causes of action brought under trademark law: (1) likelihood of confusion; and (2) dilution of the mark. With respect to the likelihood of confusion, the basic element is that ..
(September 11, 2008)
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Secret Trials in the United States

Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants; electric light the most efficient policeman. The United States government's secret trial practice denies foreign-born defendants ..
(September 11, 2008)
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Quashing a Federal Subpoena For a Non-Party Registrar in a ..

If your client receives a subpoena in a trademark case, you should consider filing a motion to quash and a motion for a protective order. As a general rule, the trademark attorney should make sure ..
(September 11, 2008)
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Spoliation of Evidence and Adverse Jury Inference

Spoliation of evidence is becoming a pandemic in litigation. As a general rule, if you have proof that the opposing party has engaged in spoliation, then you should bring a Motion before the Court. ..
(September 12, 2008)
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How to Protect a Trademark

According to Los Angeles trademark attorneys, if a trademark owner fails to protect their mark, it could be construed that the owner of the mark may have abandoned the mark. Remember, according to a ..
(September 10, 2008)
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