Confuse Me?

Confuse Me?

By: Doug Mondell   The concept of “initial interest confusion” is exactly what its name implies it is—confusing. This doctrine under trademark law made its debut in the 1970s as a remedy for trademark infringement. However well intentioned its creators envisioned it...
Libations and Litigation

Libations and Litigation

By: Andrew Glenny   The craft beer market has been rapidly expanding in the United States.  Many new breweries have opened to meet the growing demands.  As you may have already realized, most of them like to use puns involving the brewing process, such as hoptimus...
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