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On behalf of Peter C. Bronstein of The Law Office of Peter C. Bronstein posted in Intellectual Propertyon Friday, October 14, 2016. If a person owns a copyright or trademark, other individuals, unfortunately, may use the copyright or trademark without permission. In some cases, they might use a similar mark. In this situation, an attorney who specializes in intellectual property rights can guide him or her on how to protect his or her trademark or copyright in California. After a person finds out that his or her trademark or copyright has been used illegally, the individual can send out a cease and desist letter to the party committing the wrongdoing. In some cases, the person who has illegally used a trademark or copyright acknowledges this and agrees to quit doing it in the future. However, this is not enough in other cases, which means the intervention of a lawyer is necessary.
On behalf of Peter C. Bronstein of The Law Office of Peter C. Bronstein posted in Intellectual Propertyon Friday, November 18, 2016. The business courts of California have their fair share of intellectual property disputes. These may concern issues over copyright infringement, a trademark dispute, patent infringement, trade secrets or other related matters. An unusual trademark battle is occurring in another state right now, and it may go down to the wire before it is settled or decided by way of a jury trial. A winery produced a wine that is called “What Exit Wine,” which borrows from the idea of the state’s exit signs that appear on the state turnpike that runs the length of the state. It designed the logo to look just like the actual exit signs that appear on the turnpike. When contacted by the state agency, the business asserted that it had a right to use the design
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