Archive for the ‘intellectual property’ tag
Have you been following what’s been happening with Matt Inman’s comedy website The Oatmeal? Settle in, because this is quite a ride. Last year, Inman posted (note that content on The Oatmeal contains strong language) “What Should I Do About Funnyjunk?” asking his readers for advice concerning the practices of one Funnyjunk, a content aggregator; [...]
If you’ve ever had an In-N-Out Burger—or even if you haven’t—you likely know the chain quite well. They’ve been much-beloved in California for decades, and have, over the years, expanded into 5 states with hundreds of restaurants. The chain is iconic—from the simplicity of its menu to the throw-back décor and amazing service, no one [...]
If a Last Will is not notarized, will it still be a legally binding document?
What is the best way to “question” yourself if you are acting as your own attorney in family court? How do you make sure you get to tell your side of the story?
The laws protecting intellectual property (“IP”) are some of the more-often misunderstood in the US—very often, people don’t know whether they have something that needs copyright, trademark or patent protection, or some combination of the three. And, equally often, they don’t know whether what they have is protectable at all. While each area of IP [...]
What do you do when someone steals your great idea? Ramon M. Gonzalez, Esq. discusses what to consider and how to stop someone from using your intellectual property. Did you know we have a whole library of videos, including more tips from attorneys? Check out all our legal videos. Every Monday, we post a video [...]
An iconic Manhattan deli is asking a New York federal district court to protect its right to offer high-fat, high-calorie sandwiches to its customers and to actually tout the health risks that come as a free side. The 2nd Avenue Deli, an East Village institution serving kosher eats since 1954, filed the complaint (PDF) for [...]
Constitutional Law and the Osama Bin Laden Killing, Plus More Legal Answers – Free Joe Friday 5/6/11
How do you go about legally improving a product that is already out there. I found a product for humans that I wish to change somewhat and use for animals. How does one go about this?