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Intellectual Property 101 Workshop Charleston, SC

In a previous post I mentioned Startup Grind and the great events they put on.  On Thursday, October 6, 2016 StartUp Grind will be hosting me to conduct an Intellectual Property (“IP”) workshop.  It will be an IP 101 for start ups. Space is limited – if […]

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Managing Member Jason Rosenblum featured on The Tech Life podcast

I had the privilege and great experience of being interviewed on Rich Conte’s “The Tech Life” podcast. Click here to listen. I met Rich a few months ago at a local Startup Grind event. The Charleston Startup Grind is putting on some great events aimed at entrepreneurs. […]

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The Importance of Protecting Your Intellectual Property in Foreign Countries

Companies often neglect to consider how important it is to protect their intellectual property overseas. Even some of those business-savvy industry giants mistakenly overlook this critical aspect of brand growth and protection.  Apple and New Balance have been two of the world famous players that have been […]

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Amazon Seller’s Legal Issues

As many of us know based on direct experience, Amazon has made the buying and selling of nearly any item far easier than it has ever been. You may be, as many of my clients are, one of those individuals or businesses who has taken advantage of […]

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‘THANKYOU’ Trademark Dispute is not so Polite

‘THANKYOU’ Trademark Dispute is not so Polite Citigroup has sued AT&T over their claim to the THANKYOU brand.  I recently read this post http://www.techeye.net/business/thank-you-as-us-patent-office-trademarks-being-polite It comes as a surprise to many that “thank you” and other commonly used, simple words and phrases, could even be trademarked. Any […]

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Hockey & Trademarks

So, this PK Subban story grabbed my attention initially because: 1) I happen to be a huge hockey fan, 2) why is there an article about hockey in Forbes?, and 3) I respect PK Subban’s abilities but can’t stand him for reasons (um, Let’s Go Rangers!) completely […]

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Age of Access

Access to information and the reach of your brand and message has been in the process of changing and becoming easier in recent decades.  This fact absolutely has its positives and negatives depending on your individual views, but there are also certain aspects of this availability of […]

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Corporate name or domain registration do not provide the same rights as a registered trademark

This one is a BONUS follow up to my prior post 5 Major Intellectual Property Mistakes Businesses Make Many business owners are under the impression that by registering their entity and forming a corporation or other formal entity, they have automatic trademark protection for their name.   Your corporate […]

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5 Major Intellectual Property Mistakes Businesses Make

In working with small businesses we consistently see mistakes that the owners of these businesses could easily avoid if only they were made aware.  Here are 5 Intellectual Property mistakes to know and avoid: 1. Picking the Wrong Brand Name. When you start your business and choose […]

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Certification Marks: Hidden Value and Revenue in Your Business

Coaching and consulting businesses have been on the increase in recent years.  I have noticed the most successful to be those that have incorporated a “certified” consulting and/or coaching program.  For any consulting or coaching business this seems to be a great business model for adding a […]

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