RIW Trademark/Branding Attorney Stacey Friends was interviewed on Radio Entrepreneurs on Thursday, January 12th. Listen to the interview here.
Category: Intellectual Property
There have been two intriguing local trademark cases involving restaurants lately, both of which provide a useful lesson in trademark law. First, there was the Milk Street Café v. Milk Street Kitchen dispute. Celebrity chef Christopher Kimball plans to use the mark “Milk Street Kitchen” for cooking classes, a television show and a magazine. Milk…
RIW has made the 2016 list of Massachusetts Super Lawyers. Included in this recognition are attorneys Brad Croft for Construction Law, Jim Fox for Bankruptcy, Bill Friedler for Estate & Probate, Gene Landy for Technology, and Chris Litterio for Business Litigation.
RIW Corporate Attorney John F. Cohan to Speak at the New England Healthcare Executives Network Event
RIW’s Corporate Attorney John F. Cohan will Speak at the New England Healthcare Executives Network Event on Navigating the Waters of Outsourced Product Development, Manufacturing, Intellectual Property and Contracts. This event will be taking place on October 17th in Mansfield. More information.
RIW Trademark Attorney Stacey Friends spoke at this year’s Business Globalization Forum which took place on November 4th at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. More information.
You have a successful product or service, and now you have an idea for expansion. Whether you are considering a new location, or a new product or services line, once you determine that the proposed expansion makes good business sense, the next step is to make sure your brand, or trademark, is available for the…
RIW Trademark/Branding Attorney Stacey Friends makes a guest appearance on Radio Entrepreneurs on Monday, February 8th. Listen to the interview here.
THERE IS NO SHORT CUT! Generic or Merely Descriptive? CAFC Vacates Genericness Decision on “PRETZEL CRISPS”
U.S. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NEWS THERE IS NO SHORT CUT! Generic or Merely Descriptive? CAFC Vacates Genericness Decision on “PRETZEL CRISPS” The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, recently issued a decision in an appeal to determine the fate of the mark, PRETZEL CRISPS. The holding in this case attempts to shed some light on…
U.S. Copyright Law Update: New Exemptions to Prohibitions on Circumvention of Technological Security Measures
U.S. Copyright Law Update: New Exemptions to Prohibitions on Circumvention of Technological Security Measures for Digital Copyright-Protected Works Announced On October 27, 2015, the U.S. Copyright Office announced that after reviewing 44 petitions and 40,000 comments, holding seven days of public hearings, and testimony from 63 witnesses, it has adopted several new exemptions to the anti-circumvention…
Ruberto, Israel & Weiner trademark attorney Stacey Friends moderates panel at MSI international conference on Branding
Ruberto, Israel & Weiner trademark attorney Stacey Friends moderates panel at MSI international conference on Global Branding on October 20, 2015. Panelists include Michelle Brownlee (Bose) and Tyrone Pardue (451 Marketing). Watch the video below: