The Great Outdoors
- Glowing rocks found on the banks of Lake Superior are creating trademark disputes.
- The historical names of different sites in Yosemite National Park are being restored after a long trademark battle.
- Yeti Coolers has filed a lawsuit for trademark infringement against Yetti Outdoors.
Welcome back to Beyond the Docket! This time we are back to interview Steven Weigler of EmergeCounsel. Steve is a business and trademark attorney who worked in a Fortune 50 tech company before starting his own firm. We talk about his background at a big tech company, the mission-driven company he founded to help at-risk youth, and his journey to starting and running his own firm.
Welcome back to Beyond the Docket! This time we are back to interview Shannon Montgomery of Montgomery Law, PLLC. Shannon is a small business attorney with a focus on trademarks and small business transactions. We talk about her background as a bodybuilder/powerlifter and her blog, which includes a series about the law and social media.
For the third year in a row, Alt Legal collaborated with the World Trademark Review and other intellectual property experts to publish a study examining IP offices around the world and the innovative tools and services they provide to applicants.
The 2020 Election is over a year away and campaigns are already in full swing. President Donald Trump has already made it known that he will be running for re-election, but he won’t be alone. Former Massachusetts Governor and Libertarian VP candidate Bill Weld has announced that he will be running on the Republican ticket in 2020. The Democratic Party will be a very crowded race, and over 15 candidates have already announced that they will be running in the 2020 election.