By: Marshall Chriswell
One common question asked by both landlords and tenants is this:What can a landlord legally do with a property that a tenant leaves behind?
Until recently, there was not a good... more
Recently a problem arose over a set of old easements for a road and for bridal paths on undeveloped property. Those old easements prevented the developer/owner from obtaining building permits to... more
Don't Fail to Prosecute Infringers..
Generally speaking, trademark rights in the United States arise in the context of use. Use or acts by others which evidence non-use jeopardize those rights and... more
Protecting Your Creativity: Dont Abandon Me!
I have now covered what a trademark is, how the public policy
rationale influences the need for trademark infringement protection, the
requirements for a... more