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TTAB Denies Trademark Status for “Coffee Flour”

USA - August 14 2017 The Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) has affirmed a refusal to grant Empire Technology Development a trademark for "coffee flour," finding

What's the use? Understanding method vs. apparatus use infringement

USA - June 28 2012 Every patent lawyer knows unauthorized use of a patent is infringement

Copper Mugs May Cause Illness, Health Officials Warn

USA - August 14 2017 Iowa health officials have warned that the copper mugs typically used to serve Moscow Mule cocktails may cause copper poisoning. The state's Alcoholic

Unpaid Internships in New York: Understanding the U.S. Department of Labor and New York Labor Guidelines Applicable to For-Profit Companies

USA - June 3 2016 Unpaid internships historically have been a common practice among for-profit companies and a valuable means for students to gain work experience and

Lawsuit Claims Blue Buffalo Dog Food Contains Lead

USA - July 18 2017 Blue Buffalo Pet Products faces a proposed class action alleging that three of its dog-food products contain unsafe levels of lead despite being

Dairy Group Challenges Wisconsin Water Law Enforcement

USA - August 14 2017 A dairy trade group has filed a lawsuit against Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources (DNR) alleging that the agency both exceeded its authority

Ad Board Recommends Against Gimmick-Exposing Campaign

USA - August 14 2017 The National Advertising Division (NAD) has recommended that Sanderson Farms change a campaign claiming that its competitors are tricking consumers

Mexico Bans Imports of U.S. Potatoes

Mexico - August 14 2017 In response to a petition for a constitutional injunction from a group of Mexican potato growers, a federal district court in Los Mochis, Mexico, has

Chicago SSB Tax May Cause State to Lose Federal Funding, USDA Warns

USA - August 14 2017 According to a warning letter from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) tax that took effect in the Chicago

Copper Mugs May Cause Illness, Health Officials Warn

USA - August 14 2017 Iowa health officials have warned that the copper mugs typically used to serve Moscow Mule cocktails may cause copper poisoning. The state's Alcoholic