So Much Beer! So Few Names. | New York and Charleston Trademark Lawyer

The craft beer industry is booming! It seems as though new microbreweries are popping up every day. Going into a store for beer requires its own definition of terms and an hour or more of contemplation and browsing time. With this growth comes a high demand for unique brewery and beer names – and an […]

IP Lawyer Answers, “Should I Register My Trademark?” – Attorney Advertising

If you’ve recently started a business, you may be wondering what steps you should take to protect your new venture. This may include registering a trademark that you create to distinguish your business from others. Depending on the stage your business is in, you may already have a trademark. If your business is already selling […]

The Importance of Picking a Niche in Your Business

A few months ago my very knowledgable and responsive insurance broker, Michael Carroll, owner of The Carroll Insurance Group, LLC interviewed me.  As my insurance broker Michael knows the details of my practice area since it is relevant to which insurance we choose to best protect ourselves.  In consideration of my practice being quite specific, […]

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. The events range from networking-focused, to information-based, to […]

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 the ease through which Amazon allows sales to […]

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 information that change general practices to which we […]

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 a name, more thought should go into this […]