Neil Young versus the Trump Campaign — Maybe not a Heart of Gold

Neil Young has sued the Trump Campaign for copyright infringement, over one rally. Could lead to a $65 billion dollar problem for Trump.

Trump’s TikTok Ban: Is America’s International Compliance Reputation at Risk?

In August 2020, the Trump Administration imposed a potential ban on TikTok and WeChat citing national security concerns. Do they exist? Learn more here.

Electric Adventure Vehicles and Trade Secrets (Tesla v. Rivian)

What do you do when you think an employee emailed themselves trade secrets after resigning? In Tesla v. Rivian, Rivian got sued.

Non-Disclosure Agreement

An NDA is Not a Condom

Non-disclosure agreements are hard to enforce, and unfortunately, the cat is already out of the bag when that problem arises. Learn more about NDAs here.

COVID and the Constitution

The First Amendment to the Constitution does not give you the right to yell “fire” in a crowded theater. That is unless the theater is actually on fire.

Tiffany-style ring

Back in the Fighting Ring: Tiffany & Co. vs. Costco

Have you ever seen a Labor Day sale at Tiffany & Co.? They don’t send coupon codes to my email, that’s for sure. So, imagine the surprise when they started selling their rings at Costco. 

No Smoking Gun Required – Lost Profits More Broadly Available for Trademark Infringement

Recovering a trademark owner’s lost profits due to infringement has always been difficult.

Is it Time to Stop Litigating Obsolete Technology? TiVo vs. Comcast

After a four-year battle against Comcast Corp., DVR tech creator TiVo Corp. won an appeals court ruling on one of its patents in March 2020. This win may help in its ongoing fight over two more patent royalties. But is DVR technology, which is rapidly becoming obsolete, really worth fighting for?