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3 days ago . 60 people watched

Marketing has evolved over the last 30 years since New Kids with the proliferation of websites, online sales, digital advertising, and hand-held devices with little visual “real estate,” resulting from the limited screen size to view online content.

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Companies Get The Unions They Deserve DuetsBlog

6 days ago . 48 people watched

Get Real: The Company owns the jobs, work, assets, markets, and future. All workers really have is a piece of paper in their back pocket with some rules. Keep your testosterone in check. Zip Your Lip: Focus on getting a contract. Avoid doing or saying anything that gets in the way.

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Are Trademark Bullies Bringing Plausible Claims

2 days ago . 47 people watched

– Draeke Weseman, Weseman Law Office, PLLC Intellectual property enforcement continues to make news, and new solutions to curb abusive enforcement – i.e. trademark bullying, patent trolling, and copyright trolling – are being proposed regularly. Central to these solutions is the idea of a “fast-lane” that kicks bad claims to the curb before the bullied or trolled party has incurred

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Fictional Restaurant Wins Trademark Battle: The Krusty

3 days ago . 55 people watched

A couple years ago, a real-life, above-water company IJR Capital Investments filed an intent-to-use trademark application (Serial No. 86470477) for the mark THE KRUSTY KRAB for “restaurant services.”. Viacom (the distributor of the show and parent company to Nickelodeon) objected through a cease-and-desist letter to IJR, asking it to

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Does Anyone Remember Spy Vs. Spy

4 days ago . 32 people watched

For those of you that are of a certain vintage and maturity level, this may have caused flashbacks to the Spy vs. Spy comics routinely found in Mad® Magazine. For those of you that are unfamiliar, Spy vs. Spy pitted two characters that were identical, aside from clothing color, in short strips that inevitably ended with one character besting

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Descriptive Fair Use DuetsBlog

2 days ago . 31 people watched

By Tim Sitzmann on May 25, 2016. Posted in Fair Use. The federal courts of appeals have split as to how to apply the doctrine of nominative fair use in trademark infringement cases. Last week, the Second Circuit endorsed the nominative fair use factors used by the Ninth and Third Circuits. At the same time, however, the court rejected the

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When Holes In Markets Can't Be Filled DuetsBlog

9 days ago . 48 people watched

In the 1980’s, Porsche expanded their line of sports cars into a new niche with the 944 and it helped save the company from bankruptcy. However, sometimes holes exist for a reason and they can’t be filled despite the best branding efforts. The latest example to illustrate this is Devotion Vodka. Devotion Vodka is a protein based vodka.

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G Gets An F In The Courtroom: The Gatorade V. Powerade

2 days ago . 55 people watched

G gets an F in the Courtroom: The Gatorade v. Powerade Case. VS. Almost four months ago now, I blogged about the filing of the Gatorade v. Powerade false advertising and trademark dilution lawsuit, here. At the time, some called Gatorade’s false advertising claims “ dubious ” and others chided Gatorade for biting Powerade’s bait to file

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Super Bowl Advertising: A Super Media Buy

3 days ago . 41 people watched

One of the most important elements of Super Bowl Sunday isn’t the on the field action; it is the commercials on television during the breaks in the action. For companies that want to advertise during the game, it is quite costly to partake in this action. A 30 second spot during Super Bowl XLIV will cost $2.5-2.8 million.

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Touch Trademark Update DuetsBlog

7 days ago . 33 people watched

Touch Trademark Update. By Steve Baird® on December 16, 2013. Posted in Articles, Non-Traditional Trademarks, Product Packaging, Touch, Trademarks, USPTO. ‘Tis the Season for billboard ads like this, sorry Nancy. Anyway, it reminded me of a very early post of mine on touch trademarks, here on DuetsBlog. That early blog post noted Diageo’s

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Oh Trademark Registration, You're So Vain

9 days ago . 41 people watched

Oh Trademark Registration, You’re So Vain? Ron, you’re so vain, you probably think this post is about you, don’t you, don’t you — actually, it is, or, let’s say, more about your recent in-actions — still, I hope you enjoy this cute little melody. By the way, before fully discussing how you walk into a party or onto a yacht, do I

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McCarthy Institute Trademark Seminar 2017 DuetsBlog

7 days ago . 52 people watched

One of the current challenges in trademark law addressed in Seattle last week at the Amazon Corporate Conference Center, host of the 2017 McCarthy Institute and Microsoft Corporation Symposium, is an issue we have discussed quite a bit here, namely Trademark Disparagement and the First Amendment.The panel to discuss this weighty topic included the following:

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Brand Strategist DuetsBlog

8 days ago . 27 people watched

As you may recall, back in October, Randall Hull of The [email protected] Ranch® wrote about the Brinks Home Security re-brand to Broadview Security, in his post Will Any Old B-Word Do? This was Randall’s assessment: Personally, when I think Brink’s I see a big Rottweiler eyeing you warily.

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A $10 Billion Idea, Without A Patent, Is Just An Idea

7 days ago . 54 people watched

A $10 Billion Idea, without a Patent, is just an Idea. Have you ever seen an ad for something and thought to yourself, “Hey, I had that idea years ago!”. Some people take that thought a step further. One Florida man claims to have invented the iPhone in 1992, and is suing Apple to the tune of over $10 billion.

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Coca-Cola Open For Co-Branding

4 days ago . 30 people watched

What I’m left wondering is whether consumers might view this as a co-branding campaign between Coca-Cola and Ford, and whether Coca-Cola felt the need to obtain permission from Ford to depict the back half of a candy red 1966 Mustang convertible (the detail to the left of the wheel was the give away for me on make and model, in case you’re

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When Brands Get Personal, Do They Lose Their Identity

7 days ago . 54 people watched

When Brands Get Personal, Do They Lose Their Identity? By Duets Guest Blogger on October 9, 2015. Posted in Advertising, Branding, Famous Marks, Marketing, Non-Traditional Trademarks, Product Packaging, Trademarks. -Martha Engel, Attorney. Marketing has always been an exercise in getting consumers to make a connection with a brand.

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Jordan Photographer Goes Up For A Slam Dunk, Gets Rejected.

2 days ago . 59 people watched

Jordan Photographer Goes Up for a Slam Dunk, Gets Rejected. It’s like my logo. I wasn’t even dunking on that one. People think that I was. I just stood on the floor, jumped up and spread my legs and they took the picture. I wasn’t even running. Everyone thought I did that by running and taking off. Actually, it was a ballet move where I

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Cheetos Versus Peatos: Infringement Or Overreach

Just Now . 49 people watched

The two factors that tend to play the most prominent role are the similarity of the commercial impressions of the marks and the similarity of the goods. In the Peatos versus Cheetos dispute, many of the factors would favor Pepsi. The goods are competitive (even if one is a bit healthier), both are sold in the grocery stores, and the CHEETOS

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Terrible Poetry DuetsBlog

7 days ago . 26 people watched

– Derek Allen, Attorney – With Halloween almost upon us, I thought I’d take time to definitively answer that most commonly asked Halloween question: To what circle of hell do the people who give apples and dental floss to trick-or-treaters go?

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Converse: Stomping Out Counterfeits Through Int'l Trade

6 days ago . 56 people watched

Converse: Stomping Out Counterfeits through Int’l Trade Commission Proceedings. Earlier this week, Converse launched an all-out offensive to combat what it considers counterfeit and knock-off versions of its Chuck Taylor All-Star line of sneakers. Reports peg the number as at least 22 separate lawsuits against more than 30 companies, both in

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10 Small Business Survival & Growth Tips For 2014

6 days ago . 54 people watched

Tip #5 Be More Focused. Time now to separate yourself from the many distractions of the day, as much as you possibly can. When asked what was a key part of his start-up and growth success, Jeff Bezos, Founder of Amazon.com said; “Constant focus.”. Not …

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Magic Bracelets, Marvel Avengers Edition DuetsBlog

2 days ago . 51 people watched

Magic Bracelets, Marvel Avengers Edition. Being a Make Mine Marvel type, I am of course very excited to see the Avengers movie, which will feature all of the Marvel heroes together! In one place! With Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) there to help them save the world. I was disturbed, however, to find out that one of the myriad tie-ins to the

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Mass producing "hot pads" (pot holders, not real estate) and selling them door-to-door was another favorite childhood business venture at the ripe age of six. Graduating to lawn-mowing age worked well with my paper routes because I could easily see who needed help cutting their grass and, in some cases, avoiding neighborhood ridicule.

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FAQ?

Is real estate a good investment right now?

Real estate is generally a great investment option. It can generate ongoing passive income and can be a good long-term investment if the value increases over time.

How much can you make in real estate?

Real estate is often a referral-based business. Those who are involved in the business longer typically are the most successful. Those with 16 years or more experience earned the highest real estate income: approximately $78,850 on average.

What is the best real estate market?

Dallas tops the list of real-estate markets over the period studied, exhibiting strong price appreciation, while remaining a market in which investors saw strong rents relative to property values.

What is the most expensive real estate in the US?

Manhattan real estate is the most expensive in the US per square foot with some properties topping $10,000: Study. Move over San Francisco — the Big Apple tops Silicon Valley as most expensive place to live in the United States, a new study shows.

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