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  • Delaware Supreme Court Adopts Exception to Attorney-Client Privilege

    Authored By Albert H. Manwaring, IV This article was originally published in the Delaware Business Court Insider | August 13, 2014 In Garner v. Wolfinbarger, 430 F.2d 1093 (5th Cir. 1970), the U.S.

    11 readers - Delaware Business Litigation Report
  • ABA Opens Full Membership To Tribal Court Practitioners

    The American Bar Association (ABA) House of Delegates has unanimously voted to amend the ABA Constitution to permit Tribal Court practitioners to be full members of the ABA.

    9 readers - Native American Legal Update
    • Trademark Pronunciation Revisited

      Remember this little gem on trademark pronunciation from the DuetsBlog archives two years ago? Open Wide and Say Ahh: Probing Brand Name & Trademark Pronunciation Judging from a search of Google, the JD Supra version of this post has gotten lots of traction.
      7 readers - Steve Baird/ DuetsBlog
    • Monkey See, Monkey Do Selfie?

      Is photography nowadays really so easy even a monkey can do it? What about a caveman? If Wikimedia is right, the caveman would own a copyright in his selfie (or perhaps Geico, under the work for hire doctrine) because he is a human being, capable of being an author under U.S. copyright law, but not the monkey — his or her selfie immediately becomes part of the public domain.
      16 readers - Steve Baird/ DuetsBlog
    • Navigating Trademark Oppositions and Cancellation Proceedings at the TTAB

      Please join me for a live and informative 90 minute Strafford law webinar a week from tomorrow, on Wednesday August 13, at noon CST. The topic to be covered is “Navigating Trademark Oppositions and Cancellation Proceedings at the TTAB,” and here is a link for more information. For the discussion, I’m joined by two very capable TTAB practitioners: Linda McLeod of Kelly IP in Washington, D.C.
      7 readers - Steve Baird/ DuetsBlog
    • A Real Lulu of a Trademark Infringement Case

      It’s that time of year again, the Minnesota State Fair is here, and trademark issues abound, again. We’re actually not covering the trademark fair issue we planned to cover today because we just caught wind of a lulu of a trademark infringement case filed on Friday of last week against a brand new 2014 fair vendor: Lulu’s Public House.
      6 readers - Steve Baird/ DuetsBlog

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    • Another Real Lulu: Anatomy of an Affidavit

      … Fair opened and more than eight weeks after admitted knowledge of Lulu’s Public House coming to the State Fair — and, the June 25 Pioneer Press article specifically referenced the “Breakfast Juicy LuLu” menu item that Lulu’s Market & Deli is complaining about. Third, the Affidavit of the owner of Lulu’s Market & Deli also admitted: “Since…

      4 readers - Steve Baird/ DuetsBlog
    • Reducing Denver Drug Crimes through Treatment

      …There is a new guide on Denver Treatment Providers in Denver Colorado. This guide talks about some of the benefits of getting treatment and places that you can go to receive treatment if you are facing a Drug Case in Denver. The guide has sections for people suffering from Alcoholism, Drug Addiction, Mental health, and for Youth. The take-away from…

      3 readers - Colorado Criminal Attorney
    • Condo and HOA Buzz

      …At Barker Martin, we appreciate the importance of education in the community association industry. That's why we are active members of Community Association Institute ("CAI") and Oregon and Washington Community Association Managers ("OWCAM"), where our attorneys serve on multiple committees and often speak at seminars and courses. We also offer our…

      Northwest Condo & HOA Law Blog
    • Blue 42. Set. Trademark! I mean, Hike!

      … it, at least for a quarter: I missed you Football. Football certainly hasn’t been gone from the news though, as lawsuits addressing scholarships, unions, and additional antitrust violations have all made headlines. But one headline caught my attention, an article discussing the University of Southern California’s head coach Steve Sarkisian filing…

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    • Bail Bonds in Denver – How to get out of Denver County Jail

      … list of bail bondsmen in the Denver Colorado metro area. Here is a useful infographic from the guide on the arrest process and how to get out of jail: There is an accompanying article on posting bonds and bond reductions in Denver available on this website. We hope you find the guide informative and useful. Let us know if you have any questions…

      Colorado Criminal Attorney
    • A Real Lulu of a Trademark Infringement Case

      …It’s that time of year again, the Minnesota State Fair is here, and trademark issues abound, again. We’re actually not covering the trademark fair issue we planned to cover today because we just caught wind of a lulu of a trademark infringement case filed on Friday of last week against a brand new 2014 fair vendor: Lulu’s Public House…

      6 readers - Steve Baird/ DuetsBlog
    • Finally, a Use for Reprints

      …Finally, a Use for Reprints A little end-of-summer humor for our academic readers. Like this: Like Loading... Related This entry was posted in Mark L. Movsesian, Scholarship Roundup and tagged Articles, Fluff. Bookmark the permalink.…

      2 readers - CENTER FOR LAW AND RELIGION FORUM
    • Arbitrability Decisions Before, During, and After Arbitration

      …John James Barcelo III, William Nelson Cromwell Professor of International and Comparative Law and Elizabeth and Arthur Reich Director, Leo and Arvilla Berger International Legal Studies Program at Cornell University Law School, has authored Arbitrability Decisions Before, During, and After Arbitration, Liber Amicorum (2015), Forthcoming; Cornell…

      2 readers - Karl Bayer's Disputing Blog
    • Football Season is Almost Upon Us

      … homeowner associations, do they comply with RCW 64.38.033 and .034? Remember, an owner may be "offended" by their neighbor's Duck flag or 49er sign but if the Association goes after those owners and leaves the 12's alone, they're asking for trouble. Flags, Signs and Associations: http://www.condo-hoalawblog.com/2007/12/articles/washington/flags…

      Northwest Condo & HOA Law Blog
    • Rents for apartments and businesses are continuing to climb

      …Apartment rents rose 3.2% in the first quarter of 2014 compared to the same period of last year, according to a study by research firm Reis Inc. Rents are up 13% across the country on average since 2009. And there’s reason to think that rents will continue to increase. For one thing, both home prices and interest rates have risen recently, pricing…

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    • Tribal Crypto-Currency MazaCoin Gaining Recognition

      …Newsweek is reporting on how the virtual currency Mazacoin has joined the ranks of alternatives to Bitcoin now trading in the “Wild West” of 21st century digital currencies. The brainchild of Payu Harris, a Cheyenne with Oglala Sioux heritage and a mysterious programmer known only as “AnonymousPirate,” Mazacoin announced its ambition to replace…

      5 readers - Native American Legal Update
    • How "Deemed Denial" Impacts the Deadline for Civil Appeals

      …In the August 2014 issue of the Hawaii Bar Journal, this blogger has the following article on the impact of the "deemed denial" of a post-judgment motion on the deadline to file a notice of appeal in civil cases: Deemed Denial and the Deadline to File Notices of Appeal in Civil Cases by copelandlawllc…

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    • Rising Oceans Threaten Native American Historical Sites

      …The Los Angeles Times is reporting on the threat rising sea levels pose for coastal Native American archaeological sites, like those found on Santa Cruz Island off mainland California. "We're standing on a living history book, and we're losing pages from it every day." Gil Unzueta (Chumash), who is monitoring the survey effort to catalog…

      Native American Legal Update
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