Fashion Label Sued by Company With the Same Name Claiming Trademark InfringementAugust15
When it comes to your business’s assets and unique qualities, it’s important your brand identity is protected. Trademark infringement cases in particular are popping up more often in today’s digital age, and it seems as if no brand is immune. Popular fashion label, Off-White™ recently came under scrutiny as a creative design agency with the same name alleged the brand infringed upon the business’s trademarks.
Shoemaker Claims Competitors Are Walking All Over Patent RightsAugust09
Cases involving patent disputes can be especially frustrating because the patent infringement makes a patent holder feel as if his or her hard work is being stolen. Patent lawsuits are fairly common and the importance of protecting patent rights is essential to avoiding a courtroom, as is the case for Bernardo shoes.
What Makes A Contract?July30
In most cases, contracts and business negotiations go hand-in-hand. While verbal agreements are technically legal, they can often cause conflict over specific details, especially if one party believes the contract has been breached. Contracts between two entities are becoming more nuanced and detailed in an effort to make any and all possibilities clear should problems arise. Let’s take a look at some contract basics to see how different contracts can potentially be utilized between parties.