Monthly Archives: April 2019

Trademark Abandonment

If you are a trademark owner who has several registered trademarks that correlate to various products in your portfolio, then you may have periods of time in which certain trademarks are not currently being used. While periods of non-use are often unavoidable, there are a few things to keep in mind during these times so… Read more »

Protecting your Business: Copyright vs. Trademark

Have you ever wondered about the difference between copyrights and trademarks?  Do you have a great product and wonder if you can do more to protect it from competitors?  If so, this short and sweet article is for you. First, let’s look at copyrights.  The basic rule is fairly simple: to be copyrightable, a work… Read more »

Colin On The Mark Davis Show!

On February 19th, Colin Cahoon returned to the Mark Davis Show to discuss intellectual property.  The focus of the discussion was on entertainment and highlighted related considerations under copyright, patent, and trademark law. Colin discussed the recent lawsuits against the famous game Fortnite that have been brought under copyright as well as California privacy laws. … Read more »