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A Federal Court Joins ANTIFA, ISIS, Mullahs; Declares Cancel Culture ...

A U.S. District Court in the Central District of California has declared cancel culture a Constitutional Right to Free Speech. The notion of cancel culture is not new. The Mullahs…

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Whether a Combination of a Generic Term with a Top-level ...

Introduction A trademark is a word, symbol, phrase, or a combination thereof that identifies the source of goods or services offered by a specific provider. The distinctiveness of a mark…

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Can I Register My Trademark?

As a provider of products or services, you may want to register your trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for all the benefits the registration provides.…

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Federal Judge Questions Validity of ‘Server Test’ in Copyright Infringement ...

The creator of a work, whether it is a painting, a manuscript or a photograph, is protected against unauthorized use of the work by others. A recent ruling in a…

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