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What every business needs to know about using music for business purposes *

USA - December 3 2013
Most businesses use music in some capacity to create the right ambiance, draw a crowd or even to pacify holding telephone customers. The right music…

Co-authors: Jonathan D. Iten, Tanya Marie Curcio, Jason C. Elvers.


Ten common misconceptions about copyright and fair use *

USA - October 28 2013
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Co-authors: Tanya Marie Curcio, William H. Oldach III, Christopher M. Ott, JoanC.Makley.


Are your licenses really franchises? How to avoid inadvertent franchise regulation *

USA - October 28 2013
To expand the scope of their business - either geographically or into additional product categories - many companies license their trademarks…

Co-authors: Tanya Marie Curcio, Judith L. Marsh, Herbert A. Hedden, William H. Oldach III, Christopher M. Ott.


The new gTLDs - if you think managing your domains is difficult now… *

Global - September 24 2013
The domain world as we know it is about to change. Currently, there are about 24 top-level domains (tld). These are the portion of a web address that…

Co-authors: Tanya Marie Curcio, William H. Oldach III, Christopher M. Ott, JoanC.Makley.


"Use" of a mark in the U.S.A. *

Australia - May 20 2013
"Use" of a trademark or service mark under U.S. trademark law is often misunderstood. Even the best-intended trademark owners encounter unexpected…

Co-authors: William H. Oldach III, Christopher M. Ott, JoanC.Makley.


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