Posts Tagged ‘Trademark Enforcement’

Where to Sue Trademark Infringers (Part 3): Venue

When filing a complaint for trademark infringement, the plaintiff should make sure that the court has jurisdiction to hear the case and the court is a proper venue for the lawsuit. More specifically, jurisdiction refers to a court’s legal authority to hear a case (i.e., the power to adjudicate the action) whereas venue refers to…

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On the Hook: Personal Liability for Trademark Infringement

Sometimes you’re the windshield. Sometimes you’re the bug. -Mark Knopfler, Dire Straits Great quote and apropos ahead of this week’s road trip down to Southern California. There are, of course, several mutations of that quote. Sometimes you’re the hammer. Sometimes you’re the nail. Sometimes you’re the dog. Sometimes you’re the hydrant. Sometimes you’re the pigeon.…

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Do I Really Need to Trademark My Blog, Website, or Podcast?

So you’ve been inspired by some of the Internet gurus and their success. You read and listen to Pat Flynn’s Smart Passive Income, John Lee Dumas’ Entrepreneur on Fire, Ramit Sethi’s I Will Teach You To Be Rich, Derek Halpern’s Social Triggers, Lewis Howes’ School of Greatness, Tim Ferriss’ 4 Hour Workweek, and the many…

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