- Posts by Eric ShimanoffPartner
Eric advises on and litigates complex intellectual property matters concerning trademarks, copyrights, unfair competition, counterfeiting, domain names, false advertising, trade secrets, publicity rights, patents, the ...
You’re checking your mail and discover an official-looking notice from a “domain registration” company, notifying you that your domain name is about to expire. If that occurs, says the notice, you could lose your domain and your customers.
Despite any ideological differences, nearly all Americans can agree that the past twelve months have been a boom time for political catchphrases — Covfefe, anyone? But can a third party stick a political catchphrase on a t-shirt or coffee mug and obtain a trademark registration?