...famous slogans have been registered as trademarks in the Patent and Trademark Office, including the three mentioned above. However, slogan marks can present unique issues...
As everyone knows, 40 Centre St., now the Thurgood Marshall U.S. Courthouse, stands on Foley Square and was built as the seat of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and the Southern Dist
In this free Special Section from the New York Law Journal, leaders of the bench and bar explore the movement for civil and human rights and reflect on the work that remains
For 55 years our presidents have issued Law Day proclamations celebrating our heritage, calling for progress on the great issues of the day, and urging Americans to continue to work toward the promis
Darren W. Saunders, a partner at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, and Alpa V. Patel, an associate with the firm, write that in the absence of fashion-specific legislation, fashion companies have turned to
Stephen B. Meister, a partner of Meister, Seelig & Fein, writes that in the name of judicial restraint, Chief Justice John Roberts invented a new "Threaten to Tax and Don't Spend Power," undermining
...election.Petitioner Hugh Myrtle (Myrtle) is a candidate for the office of town supervisor of the town of North Hudson, Essex County, New...
...the Ped Egg, Telebrands sought to distribute the Microplane foot file, an oval-shaped, molded plastic foot file that was designed to remove calluses and...
...With one of their own sitting in the Oval Office, it is reasonable to think that legal academics might enjoy an...
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