Category: Trademarks

FEYONCÉ: Poking the Beyhive

You probably have a friend who’s justifiably obsessed with all things Beyoncé (this author might be that friend). You might also have a friend who’s engaged (a fiancé). When the two intersect, you’ve got a FEYONCÉ. Get it? Check Instagram — it’s a thing. But continue reading...

IP of Pot Part I: Introduction

A fog of uncertainty surrounds regulations in the marijuana industry. At the federal level, the plant is still a Schedule 1 substance under the Controlled Substances Act and, therefore, federally illegal to possess, sell, and distribute. However, this has not stopped states from implementing their continue reading...

Hard Times With WHOIS? INTA Wants To Know

If you have encountered any issues accessing WHOIS information, the International Trademark Association (“INTA”) wants to hear from you. Due to changes in privacy law brought on by the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), it is becoming more difficult or impossible to access continue reading...