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Mediation offers several advantages to parties looking to achieve an equitable resolution, but certain challenges can arise along the way. Don’t rush the process, approach it with openness, and communicate your willingness to collaborate to make it a success.
Filing a trademark is not mandatory for every small business. However, doing so can offer additional protections from competitors attempting to confuse consumers or dilute your business. Talk to an IP attorney to learn more.
You’ll want to make sure your business litigation attorney understands your unique needs. Take the time to ask about their experience and communication style to ensure that their approach will best serve you and your business.
A handful of recent court cases have sparked debate over whether embedding images constitutes copyright infringement. In this ever-shifting digital and legal landscape, consulting with an experienced IP law attorney is a must.
Forming a new business involves several decisions, including putting sound IP protections in place. Working with a skilled IP lawyer can ensure that your copyright, trademark, and trade secrets remain safe—reducing the likelihood of legal trouble later on.
In Minnesota, most family law disputes are resolved through mediation or arbitration. It’s helpful to understand what mediation entails so that you can navigate this process with confidence.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s Booking.com ruling reminds lawyers and businesses that they need to consider carefully whether a particular term has acquired distinctiveness in the mind of the consuming public — even if that term might have seemed too generic for trademark protection. For more information about trademark law in Minnesota, contact an IP attorney today.