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2019 Alt Legal/World Trademark Review Study Released

2019 Alt Legal/World Trademark Review Study Released

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.

IP Practice for the Next Generation

IP Practice for the Next Generation

Since I took the entrepreneurial plunge and founded Alt Legal, I’ve dedicated my professional career to shaping the future of intellectual property legal technology.

Recently, my wife and I welcomed a baby girl. As I started thinking about her future, I couldn’t help but think about what technology tools will be available for the next generation of IP professionals.  

Alt Legal/World Trademark Review Study Released

Alt Legal/World Trademark Review Study Released

In March of this year, Alt Legal collaborated with World Trademark Review and other intellectual property experts to publish a study examining IP offices throughout the world. That study, published in the April/May issue of the World Trademark Review, can now be downloaded.

Alt Legal IP News - Issue #41

 Alt Legal IP News - Issue #41

- Dunkin' doesn't want the North runnin' on anything but their coffee. 

- The gummy bear uprising is a sticky topic. 

- Mister Softee is a staple of NYC streets in the summer. They are also the center of an unbelievably heated turf war, including trademark disputes

 

Alt Legal IP News - Issue #3

Alt Legal IP News - Issue #3

Augmented reality (AR) has recently exploded into the tech space with the release of Pokemon Go. AR poses some interesting IP and cybersecurity questions, highlighted here.
 

Alt Legal CEO Publishes Article in World Trademark Review

Alt Legal CEO Publishes Article in World Trademark Review

World Trademark Review published a column by Alt Legal’s CEO and founder Nehal Madhani its August/September issue. In the article, titled “Leveraging modern technology,” Madhani describes the necessity of modernization for national IP offices.