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SCOTUS Gets Social: Does the First Amendment Protect the Right to Post, Snap and Chat?

USA - June 26 2017 The U.S. Supreme Court has issued one of its first decisions addressing the relationship between the First Amendment and the Internet. In Packingham...

Leila Knox, Jacquelyn N. Schell, Heather S. Goldman.

Unicorn-Themed Drinks Spawn Trademark Dispute Between Coffee Retailers

USA - June 9 2017 While the mythical unicorn is a rare creature, it has recently become a marketing phenomenon, with the unicorn's rainbow-laden powers being harnessed...

Nick E. Williamson, Steven J. Alagna.

The Last Unicorn Frappuccino?

USA - May 30 2017 While the mythical unicorn is a rare creature, it has recently become a marketing phenomenon, with the unicorn’s rainbow-laden powers being harnessed...

Nick E. Williamson, Steven J. Alagna.

SCOTUS Messed with Texas: Supreme Court Limits Venue in Patent Cases

USA - May 23 2017 Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court re-defined the scope of venue in patent cases in TC Heartland LLC v. Kraft Foods Group Brands LLC, 581 U.S. ___...

Nick E. Williamson, Benjamin F. Sidbury, Noah M. Lerman.

You Can’t Have Your Cake and Eat It Too: Why Trump Copying Obama’s Cake Is Not Infringement

USA - February 17 2017 Did President Donald Trump goof when he copied Barack Obama’s inauguration cake for his inauguration? Pastry Chef Duff Goldman made a stunning...

Pierce G. Hand, IV.