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Arnstein & Lehr

Offices

  1. USA

    1. Chicago IL

      120 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 1200, Chicago IL 60601, USA T 1 312 876 7100 F 1 312 876 0288
  1. Is the copyright law fair use defense getting broader?

    USA - July 28 2014

    The purpose of copyright protection under Article I, 8, cl. 8 of the United States Constitution is "to promote the Progress of Science and

  2. “Charbucks” is not a blurring trademark dilution of “Starbucks”

    USA - July 28 2014

    In 2001, Starbucks Corporation, prominent global purveyor of specialty coffee, brought an action for trademark dilution by blurring against Wolfe's

  3. Seventh Circuit rejects copyright challenge to Elton John song

    USA - July 28 2014

    The U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has concluded that a man who wrote a song called "Natasha," about an ill-fated romance between a U.K. man

  4. Michael Jordan’s suit reinstated challenging Jewel magazine ad

    USA - July 28 2014

    Former Chicago Bulls player Michael Jordan, arguably "the greatest basketball player of all time," was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame on

  5. FTC’s “Green Guides” advise about environmental marketing claims

    USA - July 28 2014

    The Federal Trade Commission provides "Green Guides" under Section 5 of the FTC Act to help marketers avoid making deceptive or unfair statements

  1. FTC’s “Green Guides” advise about environmental marketing claims

    USA - July 28 2014

    The Federal Trade Commission provides "Green Guides" under Section 5 of the FTC Act to help marketers avoid making deceptive or unfair statements

  2. Is the copyright law fair use defense getting broader?

    USA - July 28 2014

    The purpose of copyright protection under Article I, 8, cl. 8 of the United States Constitution is "to promote the Progress of Science and

  3. Michael Jordan’s suit reinstated challenging Jewel magazine ad

    USA - July 28 2014

    Former Chicago Bulls player Michael Jordan, arguably "the greatest basketball player of all time," was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame on

  4. Seventh Circuit rejects copyright challenge to Elton John song

    USA - July 28 2014

    The U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has concluded that a man who wrote a song called "Natasha," about an ill-fated romance between a U.K. man

  5. “Charbucks” is not a blurring trademark dilution of “Starbucks”

    USA - July 28 2014

    In 2001, Starbucks Corporation, prominent global purveyor of specialty coffee, brought an action for trademark dilution by blurring against Wolfe's